Beautycoll Beauty clay face mask
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A peeling and resurfacing treatment of the skin based on natural clays. These clays include properties that gently but effectively breakdown the build-up of dead skin and dissolve blockages.
With calcium and kaolin, the mask helps target rough dry skin, blocked pores and blackheads, absorbing oil and toxins from the skin without irritation or dryness.
The Beauty mask encourages the skins natural exfoliation process, Loosens and removes dead skin cells, Dissolves oily blockages, improves skin texture and tone, reduces pore size, smoothes the skin's surface
Calcium Bentonite - Targets dryness, itching & premature wrinkling. Important in the function of cell turnover and regulation of the protective lipid barrier. Helps skin shed and renew itself and maintain an appropriate lipid level is another of the calcium skin benefits.
Kaolin - Clay mineral that helps to absorb oil and exfoliate the skin.
Papaya extract - Helps with pigmentation and acts as a powerful exfoliator and dissolves inactive proteins and dead skin cells.
How to use:
Add a small amount of water to 1 tablespoon of beauty mask, mix into a fine paste with a mask brush, apply an even layer to the face and neck, avoiding the eye area. Relax! For 15 minutes, gently remove with Beautycoll skin brightening cleanser. Use once a week | twice a week for oily skins.
Precautions: Test on a small area first to ensure there is no reaction. If redness or skin irritation occurs, stop using the product. Do not use near eyes or broken skin.
Ingredients: Calcium bentonite, Kaolin, Maltodextrin, Diatomaceous earth, Titanium Dioxide, Carica papaya fruit extract.
The mask is free from organic solvent remnants, parabens, propylene glycol, silicones and synthetic fragrances