How to Multi-Mask Skin and Hair

19 Aug How to Multi-Mask Skin and Hair

“Why tackle one skin issue when you can tackle them all at the same time and look like a warrior princess while doing it,” explains Ami Shvartzman, Director of Education for Osmosis Pur Medical Skincare. Check out how you can try “multi-masking” with this protocol from Osmosis Skincare.

Multi-Masking for Hair

“The concept of multi-masking for skin can also be applied to hair,” explains Kristin Utterback of hairstyling advice site www.Latest-Hairstyles.com. “When you think of how differently you treat various sections, it makes sense to apply certain masks to your ends as opposed to what treatments you would use on your scalp
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This mask’s signature ceramic compound uses ceramic and proteins to provide protection to a portion of your hair that often has the most stress. The Ceramic compound releases anions on the cuticles which help to interlink the proteins into the hair strands, imparting luster and strength for a vibrant appearance. The argan oil will hydrate and nourish this dry, damaged section.
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