Day 6️⃣…The skin on our face is not created equal. What does that mean? For most of us it means that we have areas of our face that are dry, oily, wrinkled or maybe certain areas more prone to acne. That’s where multimasking comes in. Multimasking is my favorite! It lets you treat certain areas of your face with the exact mask you need. Use an oil absorbing mask only on the areas you are oily. Use an anti-aging or oil rich mask for areas that are dull and dry. For acne or sensitive areas make sure to use masks specifically for that skin type. Leave your combination of masks on your face for 10-15 mins and rinse with warm water. Make sure to follow up with toner, serum, moisturizer, and eye cream. The best time to do a mask is before bed since your skin repairs itself while you sleep. What’s my favorite type of mask? I have dry and sensitive areas so I love to use a combination of matcha green tea, turmeric and honey.