Layered Face Mask; Good or Bad?

One mask can’t heal all. Different areas of your skin have very different requirements. For example, your under-eyes may be dry, your cheeks blemish-prone, and your nose oily. Instead of taking a one-and-done approach, try multi-masking: It’s the perfect opportunity to treat different spots with different needs at the same time.

A freshly washed face before masking goes without saying, but the optimal time to apply multiple formulas is after showering. The steam helps loosen any debris that are clogging pores

First things first: For maximum benefits, exfoliate before applying any mask. When layering face masks, order is also crucial. Soft masks should always go first followed by a clay- or mud-based mask. A soft mask, which hydrates, soothes, and calms skin, and (like the name implies) does not dry, and a clay- or mud-based mask that absorbs impurities and excess oil and clarifies.