It is essential to relax and pamper yourself, especially over the Holidays. So light up a candle and start to Multi-Mask.
What is Multi-Masking?
Multi-Masking is the latest trend making its round on Social Media. The concept is to create a custom face mask by using several different treatments at the same time (which is exactly what an esthetician does during a facial).
Who Needs it?
Everyone! Our skin varies depending on weather, stress and environmental factors. Multi-Masking is the best way to ensure that your skin is getting the treatment it needs.
Multi-Masking is a more convenient and efficient method for people who use different masks and treatments throughout the week. By applying different masks to specific facial areas you save time while also saving product because you only apply a certain mask to the area in need.
What Masks to Use?
Which mask to use always depends on your skin’s need at a given time. If you are a Multi-Masking newbie we recommend to keep it simple. For example: If you have dry skin and chapped lips during winter we recommend the Firming Mask and the Lip 20 Mask.
The Firming Mask detoxifies and brightens your skin while balancing your skin tone after just one use. The Firming Mask is gentle enough for dry and sensitive skin. The star ingredients in the Firming Mask are White Kaolin Clay (most gentle and absorbent clays) and BioWhite (patented skin lightening complex). The exclusive blend of ingredients tightens your pores, smoothing fine lines and wrinkles while brightening the skin tone.
KAPLAN MD’s special tip: For very dry skin we recommend mixing a few drops of our Hydrating Essence into the Firming Mask to create a hydrating and healing facial mask.
For chapped lips, we recommend the LIP 20 Mask. The LIP 20 Mask instantly transforms chapped, dry lips into softer and smoother lips. Apply the mask to your lips and let it sit for about 5 minutes before wiping it off. The star ingredient in the LIP 20 Mask are papaya enzymes. Papaya enzymes help your lips to gently exfoliate away dry skin without harming or irritating the delicate skin on your lips. The golden rule in skincare is to apply a hydrating Lip Balm after exfoliating to seal in moisture. We recommend to follow up with the LIP 20 Balm.