Take your face mask to the next level – MULTIMASKING!

June 18, 2019

Take your face mask to the next level – MULTIMASKING!

Popular for many years, Cattier’s range of clay masks allows you to have fun with multi-masking. A concept in which different masks are applied in different zones of the face to target the needs of that particular area. Multi-masking combinations are endless and can be adapted to how your skin is feeling on that particular day. Here are some of our favourite combinations to make your evening routine that little bit EXTRA!  

Before we start, here are the list of Clay Mask which we will be using.

Pink Clay Mask - Sensitive or reactive skin

Eliminates impurities whilst restoring radiance in dull skin and neutralises redness.

Yellow Clay Mask - Normal to dry skin.

Eliminates impurities and softens the skin whilst calming discomfort in fragile skin

Green Clay Mask - Congested, oily prone skin

Eliminate impurities and absorbs excess sebum whilst regenerating oily prone skin.

White Clay Scrub - All skin types

Softest clay and pH balanced. This scrub is perfect to decongest whilst soothing the skin.


Purifying - Combination and Sensitive skin


The most common skin concern! A mixture of dry, itchy or inflamed skin with oily patches. Your skin is a little confusion. The t-zone can get oily by the mid day and the occasional breakout from binge eating or that time of the month. In addition to that, cleaners tend to strip your skin leaving it tight and dry, or sometimes tingling. 

You want soothe the inflammation whilst balancing the excess sebum in the skin.

STEPS

1 / Prepare the skin by gently cleansing the skin with your favourite cleanser or give your skin a mild scrub with Cattier White Clay Scrub.

2 / Using a brush or fingers, apply the Green Clay Mask on the T zone.

3 / Draw upside down triangle on the cheeks using the Pink Clay Mask, Avoid the eye area.

4/ Wash off after 15 minutes.


Soothing – Sensitive and Dry skin

Dermatologists agree your skin becomes drier with age and during winter months. 

Redness, itching, stinging, tightness and an overall discomfort are common between sensitive and dry skin conditions. As a result, skin needs cleansing that is effective yet gentle. To mitigate persistent redness, you need to soothe the irritation and sensitivity whilst softening the flaky areas of your dry skin.

STEPS

1 / Prepare the skin by gently cleansing the skin with your favourite cleanser or give your skin a mild scrub with Cattier White Clay Scrub to remove any dry flakes.

2 / Soothe redness with the Pink Clay Mask by applying to the center of the face where sensitivity is most prominent.

3 / Soften flakes and remove build up of impurities with the Yellow Clay Mask in areas like the chin or the nose where skin is most dry and flaky. Here we applied it to the edges of the face where the skin is most delicate and more prone to dryness. 

4/ Wash off after 15 minutes.

Yellow Clay Mask



Brightening  - Lack of Radiance

To combat dull, tired skin that looks like its due for a holiday, give this combo a go! 

By applying a small amount of different clays on strategic points of the face, you can balance the oil production and increase the skin’s radiance.  

STEPS:

1 / Prepare the skin by gently cleansing the skin with your favourite cleanser or give your skin a mild scrub with Cattier White Clay Scrub.

2 / Draw out the build up of oils and sweat in the forehead with the Green Clay Mask.

3/ Apply Yellow Clay Mask to the sides of the forehead and chin to smooth and tone this fragile area.  

4/ Dullness is most prevalent on the cheeks. Apply the Pink Clay Mask to soothe and restore radiance.

5/ Wash off after 15 minutes.


Play around, make your own combinations!The beauty of multi-masking is that each skin is unique so you can tailor a combination to meet your needs. Use these face masks 2 times a week for best results.

 Share the love! Why not try multi-masking with your BFFs on your next girls’ night in?


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