Face masks are a self-care essential of mine. I never go a week without using one, they save my skin and my mind. When I’m in need of some self-care, I put on a face mask then turn on some Youtubers, relax and enjoy my fifteen to thirty minutes of peace. I sometimes light a candle as well.
I’ve realized that I’ve never really shared with you my favorite face masks, so today is the day my friends. This post is not sponsored, I just really love L’Oreal products. Since their Pure Clay Mask collection has so much variety in it, I often find myself multi-masking unless I really need my skin to do one thing. Multi-masking is great and it basically means I use different masks all on my face at the same time. Together these masks can basically take care of nearly every skincare issue.
How To Multi-Mask
To multi-mask, make a mental face map like what areas of my skin need hydration, what area needs the oiliness reduced and etc. Once you have a face map, place the corresponding mask in that area. I recommend doing this rather quickly, so they all have a similar timeframe. So I’m going to break down each mask, what it’s for and where I use it.
I wanted to talk about the newest face mask in this collection. This is the Clear and Comfort Seaweed Clay mask, which costs $13 as well as the other masks. This vibrant mask is designed to purify and comfort skin. I like to use this mask on it’s own right after coming back from travel. I’ve found it that is also helps to reduce my redness.
This mask helps to purify and mattify your skin. I tend to use this in oily area especially in my t-zone area. This is great for all my friends who have skin that’s a bit more on the oilier side. This also tends to help shirk some pores, so if you are struggling with large pores, check out this mask.
This is my most-used of all L’Oréal Pure Clay Mask and it is because it is designed to detox and brighten your skin. I use this one right after I get over a cold or if I’ve been traveling a lot because it really helps to detoxify your skin. It always leaves my skin feeling super refreshed. It’s also perfect for near your under-eye because it helps to brighten up your under eye and the bags under my eyes are pretty much designer at this point.
This mask helps to exfoliate and refine your skin. I tend to use this product the least, I like it but sometimes the exfoliant reacts to my sensitive skin, so I tend to use the others a lot more but if you are looking for pore shrinkage, this is a great option. This also has a bit of a different texture then the others. I like to use this on my nose.
Here’s me multi-masking at my finest.
Which mask would you use?