Taking Care of Combination Skin during Winter: Mix & Match Face Mask

Taking Care of Combination Skin during Winter: Mix & Match Face Mask

| Labothécaire Beauty Guru

Combination skin is actually the most common skin type. Taking care of this skin type can be very tricky, especially when you have dry patches while the rest of your face is oily. People with this skin type usually use different products for their T-zone area (forehead, nose & chin)

Mix & Match Face Mask This soothing mask can be used on your face, hands and any other area of your body. Pure Rebalancing Clay will gently purify and soak up excess oils due to its high concentration of antioxidants. In addition, it will rejuvenate the skin, eliminate impurities and help your skin regain its natural radiance and vitality. The milk contains lactic acid that lightly exfoliates skin cells to leave your skin softer and brighter.

This Mask is Suitable for Combination Skin

What You Will Need:

  • 3 Tablespoons of Pure Brightening Clay
  • 2 Tablespoons of Pure Rebalancing Clay
  • 2 Tablespoons of yogurt powder milk
  • 1Teaspoon of Pure Rebalancing Toner 

Preparation: In a small bowl combine Pure Rebalancing Clay, yogurt and Pure Rebalancing Toner. Apply this paste on your T-zone area only. In another small bowl, combine the Pure Regenerating Clay, powder milk and Pure Rebalancing Toner. Apply this paste on the rest of your face. Do not use metal spoons or bowls as they can neutralize some of the clay’s properties. Instead, you can use ceramic or wooden bowls.

Application: Clean your face using Labothécaire’s organic face cleanser, the Pure Chamomile & Honey Soap and gently dry your face using a cotton towel. Apply the mask and let it stay for 15 minutes. To remove the mask, massage your face in a circular motion to exfoliate and get rid of dead skin. Rinse off with warm water and then apply the Pure Rebalancing Toner. Lastly, you can lock in the moisture using the Pure Miracle Oil that helps maintain skin's hydration and softness.

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