Finding the right balance in your skincare regimen can sometimes be challenging. Many of us struggle with different problem areas that we're working to improve. For instance, I'm always looking for products that will help brighten my hyperpigmentation and control my oil. At the same time, I have patches on my skin that get dry and flaking during this time of the year. If you're in the same kind of boat and are looking for an effective solution for your skin's woes, then you have to try multi-masking.
Multi-masking isn't anything totally new, but it's been buzzing all over social media lately. When you pay for professional facials, oftentimes, estheticians will customize a facial depending on your skin's needs. With some caution, you can now customize your own facials from home, as well. As with any beauty trend, it's important to remember that what works for someone else may not really work for you. Before you open up your cabinet and start applying any mask you already have, I suggest you take a look at the ingredients in your masks to make sure they are all compatible. One way you can avoid this is trying different masks from the same skincare line.