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3 Face Masks for Multi-Masking

Just like how beauty products serve the different needs of our face and enhance our features, skincare masks can do the same! It's important to treat each area of our skin with the right ingredients, to gain the most benefits possible.
Prep Time10 mins
Active Time15 mins
Total Time25 mins
Course: beauty
Cuisine: DIY
Keyword: face mask
Yield: 1 mask
Author: Deborah Harju
Cost: $5


  • Measuring spoons
  • 3 small bowls


Clay Witch Hazel T-Zone Mask

Carrot Eye Mask

  • 1 egg white
  • 1 tablespoon finely shredded carrot. Use a regular carrot not a baby carrot. Baby carrots loose a lot of their natural nutrients when turned into little nubs.
  • 1 teaspoon aloe vera

Vitamin E and Avocado Mask for Outer Edges/Dry Patches


  • Combine the ingredients for the clay t-zone mask and stir until blended. Don’t use metal spoons or bowls to mix.
  • Combine carrot eye mask ingredients in a separate small bowl. Beat mixture together with a fork until frothy (about 1 minute).
  • Combine the ingredients for the vitamin E mask in another small bowl.
  • Apply t-zone mask to your forehead, chin, and nose with clean fingers.
    With clean hands or a brush, apply the eye mask around and under the eyes. Avoid the eyelids because you don’t want to get it in your eyes.
    Apply the vitamin E mask to your neck and dry areas.
  • Leave all 3 masks on for 10-15 minutes.
  • Rinse off the masks with warm water. Use a soft, wet towel to gently clean the face and follow with moisturizer


Store any leftovers in the refrigerator for 1-2 days.