Kick back, Relax & Multimask: Why using four masks is better than one


Oily T-zone but dry cheeks? When each area of your face craves special attention, one mask won’t cut it - it’s time you master the art of multimasking.

Combination skin can leave you feeling confused when you're trying to crack the code to healthy, glowing skin.

Skin Problems Of The Day:

I'm dealing with dullness on my forehead, I'm breaking out on my cheeks, and my nose is super dry. How should I multimask?

Try applying Daintree on your forehead - this mask is both brightening and exfoliating. 

For your cheeks, use Uluru - this mask is detoxifying and will reduce the appearance of blemishes without drying out your skin.

For your dry nose sitch, apply a bit of Tama - this mask is infused with turmeric, manuka honey, and avocado oil to help renew and rehydrate your skin! 





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