Size: 2 oz
The perfect combo of oil-absorbing and pore-refining clays, hydrating aloe and marshmallow root, soothing oat, and herbal extracts that help to calm inflammation and gently manage blemish-causing bacteria... you can practically feel your skin saying "ahhh" after applying this mask!
So while this mask is clay-based, it's not overly drying, which can further irritate blemish-prone skin (no, we don't want that!).
And why dry face masks? Dry mask formulas can be customized in a number of ways – mixed with water, rose water, hydrosols, honey, or yogurt – depending on your skin’s particular needs at any particular time (your mask will come with more details!). Plus dry masks don’t contain any unnecessary fillers or preservatives – just purposeful, active, skin-loving ingredients.
- French Green and Bentonite Clays | Provide skin with a wash of minerals, absorb excess oil, and gently draw debris from clogged pores
- Cucumber Peel Extract | Soothes irritated and inflamed skin, lends a cooling sensation to the mask
- Green Tea Extract | Studies have found that green tea helps to reduce the occurrence of breakouts
- Olive Leaf Extract | Helps calm inflammation and gently manage blemish-causing bacteria
- Marshmallow root | Helps calm inflammation and is incredibly rich in skin-hydrating mucilage
- Gotu Kola | Rich in antioxidant phytonutrients, helps calm inflammation, and aids the skin healing process by supporting collagen production
- Oat | Soothes and calms irritated skin
Ingredients: montmorillonite (French green) clay, bentonite clay, kaolin (white) clay, aloe barbadensis leaf*, avena sativa (oat)*, centella asiatica (gotu kola)*, althaea officinalis (marshmallow)*, cucumis sativus (cucumber peel extract), camellia sinensis (green tea extract), olea europaea (olive leaf extract), melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) essential oil*, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) essential oil* | *ORGANIC
Any statements or claims about the possible health benefits have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any diseases.