An advanced Peel-off Facial Mud Mask, which incorporates gentle polymers for easy, fast and convenient peel-off action. Blended with Dead Sea black mud, natural herbs and pure honey, this mask draws out impurities and toxins, while it tightens pores and nourishes skin with essential minerals, to reveal a fresh, toned and younger looking skin.
How to Use
1. Wash face thoroughly with cleanser and warm water to help dilate (open) your pores.
2. Squeeze out a small amount into your hand.
3. Using your fingertips, rub into your skin in circular motions.
4. Dispense more of the mask if needed. If applied too thinly, it may be difficult to remove.
5. Leave for 30-40 minutes, until dry.
6. Gently peel away from under the chin in an upward direction.
7. Finish with your normal skin-care routine.
Aqua – Water – used as a spreading agent.
Maris Limus (Dead Sea Black Mud) – Tighten, firm, and nourish the skin.
Mel (Honey) – Boosts collagen production, giving the skin a youthful bounce.
Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) – A water-soluble synthetic polymer.Hexyl
Cinnamal – A natural ingredient derived from chamomile oil.
Isopropyl Myristate – Helps to maintain the skin barrier while facilitating the penetration of other ingredients.
Glycerin – Moisturize the skin to keep it supple and help prevent wrinkles.
Caprylyl Glycol – This is an alcohol derived from caprylic acid- which is found naturally in Palm and Coconut oils.
Phenoxyethanol – Although the kind of phenoxyethanol used in skin care is synthetic (known as “nature identical”), it mimics the natural version exactly) and is found in nature, specifically in Green Tea and Chicory.
Sorbic Acid – Prevents microbial contamination.
Geraniol – It offers an elegant but not overwhelming scent. In addition, Geraniol is rich in antioxidants and has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that may help the skin.
Citronellol – This is a naturally occurring ingredient used to improve the scent.
All products are dermatologically tested| Paraben free| Natural| Organic and not tested on animals