The time-saving face mask trick that seriously improves your skin.

Bad day at work? Face mask. Broken arm? Face mask. Got a task that needed to be finished yesterday? Face mask.

The only problem is: which one?

If you’re like me, there’s probably more than one thing going on with your face. I have oily patches, dry and flaky patches, tiny, pesky bumpy pimples and pimples that are a little bit bigger.

How do you prioritise one over the other? Thanks to this face-mask trick, you don’t have to.

Meet multimasking. It’s simple, looks hilarious and genuinely works.

It’s exactly what it says on the (imaginary) bottle – targetting specific concerns by using multiple masks at once in different areas of your face.

It looks a little like this.

Think of it like a cocktail of face masks (and to be fair, a cocktail while you wait for said face masks to do their thing isn't a bad idea).

Watch the video above for a demo of exactly how it works.

My recipe?

Blaq Hydrogel Eye Mask, $29, to hide a lack of sleep, Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask, $80 (I had a mini from a sampler gift set which you can get for $38.30) for some much-needed exfoliation on my forehead, Sand and Sky Brilliant Skin Purifying Pink Clay Mask, $69.90 to detoxify my chin and nose and Dermalogica Skin Hydrating Masque, $63, for some hydration on my cheeks.

What face masks are you loving at the moment? Tell us below.