When it comes to choosing a face mask, there’s no such thing as over-indulging. As different areas of your skin have different needs (your nose might be oily, your under-eyes dry, and your chin blemish-prone), a one-mask-fits-all approach won’t work. Instead, you should be multi-masking.
What Is Multi-Masking?
More than just a trend, multi-masking targets specific skin concerns by using different products on different areas of the face, according to what each section needs most. It’s the perfect opportunity to create a bespoke, tailor-made treatment.
How To Multi-Mask
The beauty of multi-masking is that it doesn’t follow a rigid regimen. Instead, assess each area of your face individually and decide which mask treatment it needs.
At Omorovicza, we offer a wide range of masks for a variety of skin concerns. Follow our guide below to discover which masks yield which results, and which parts of the face might benefit most from them.
Face Masks To Reduce Pores
To reduce the appearance of enlarged pores, we’d recommend using a mud mask. It will work to draw out the excess oil, dirt, and debris that has settled into your skin and congested your pores.
The Deeply Cleansing Mask harnesses the power of transformative Hungarian moor mud and white clay to draw out impurities. Together, these two key ingredients purify and nourish the skin while naturally absorbing pore-clogging oil. Apply to your nose and t-zone, where pores are typically large.