We all love face masks, especially the one which gives instant results. But did you know that a single facial mask cannot really work on all skin issues? And that is why we suggest you try the trendiest multi-masking facial mask. Multi masking is a melange of different facial masks that will combat the different skin issues, such as if you have an oily T-zone and dry skin type then a single facial mask would work perfectly. For all such cases, the beauty world has enhanced the masking level to multi-masking. How innovative is that! And the best thing is that you can DIY multi-masking and take your skin level to flawless level. Take a look further and start the multi-masking trend right away.
Oily T-zone Mask:
If you have an oily T-zone then it is advised to use ingredients such as Bentonite clay, Multani mitti which will absorb the excess oil and keep the T-zone oil free. Along with clay, you can add honey, which will work on removing the blackheads and add rose water for soothing your skin. Mix these three ingredients and apply it over your T-zone and let it rest for 15 minutes.
Tip: if you are looking out for market products then use salicylic acid, charcoal based masks.
Dry and Patchy Cheeks Mask:
Hate the patches and dry skin texture of your face? Then try using ingredients that are rich in moisturizing your skin and even prevents premature aging (common issue of every dry skin). You can use aloe vera, avocado, banana which is high in hydrating the skin. Use any one of the ingredients and mix it with Vitamin E capsule (extra suppleness) and milk (cleanser). Apply it evenly on your dry, patchy skin area and let it rest for 15-20 minutes.
Oily Cheeks Mask:
As your skin is oozing oil it is important that you control the overactive sebaceous glands. You can do this with the help of fruits that are a rich source of salicylic acid such as strawberries, grapes, tomato, kiwi, lemon. Mash the fruit of your choice and add a dash of turmeric powder which will keep bacteria away. Smear it on your oily cheeks, T-zone and leave it for a while.
Tip: if you have sensitive skin, then apply aloe vera gel mask on your oily region.
Dark circle mask:
Most of the times, you don't smear mask under your eyes as they are delicate. But you can DIY a mask for treating your dark circles, puffiness, wrinkles. Extract the juice out of potato, tomato and smear it around your eyes. You can even grate a carrot and apply it under your eyes and reduce the dark circles, puffiness.
Make a small quantity of all these masks and resolve your skin issues with multi-masking. Let us know how effective was the multi-masking in the comments below.