There’s no better time than now to explore different skincare techniques to see what really works for you. For instance, have you tried multi-masking? The Koreans truly live by masking, whether it’s in the form of sheet masks or gels and creams. That’s why you can travel to Seoul and leave with bags filled with skincare masks cos they really are a daily staple and therefore, affordable for everyone. If you’ve never tried it before, here’s a crash course on how you can wear two or three masks in one go.
Face and lip combo
This is one of our favourite things to do. While your whole face can feel much more hydrated and glowy after sheet masking, your lips don’t get the same treatment. Applying a nourishing lip treatment during your 15-20 minutes of sheet masking will make the experience even more comfortable and relaxing.
Face and eye combo
The ingredients in a sheet mask can be slightly harsh for the eye area, which explains why there are eye holes. Wear an eye mask or eye patches to give your peepers the care it needs. Pick ones that works to hydrate, soothe and brighten the dark circles around your delicate eyes.
Clay and gel mask
This is where jar masks come in handy cos you can truly customise your skincare experience. If you have congestion on your T-zone only, but your cheeks are more on the drier side, slather on two different masks for this purpose. A clay mask works to dry out excess sebum and deep-clean impurities so use that on your nose. Then apply a moisturising gel mask on the rest of your face to cool, hydrate and plump up your skin. This is best done after a long and busy day!