Dead Sea Mud Mask
Dead Sea Mud Mask
The benefits of a dead sea mud mask
Time to meet your pores new bestie. An effective yet gentle clay mask (with real dead sea mud in it) that cleanses and balances skin! Yep, this is an organic dead sea mud mask that really latches onto impurities trapped deep in your pores! Say bye to clogged pores, dull skin, and even blemishes. All it takes is ten minutes to rid your skin of oil and dirt buildup. Your skin will feel happier with clean pores.
Natural ingredients in this mask help improve the overall feel of the skin. It's the best facial clay for regular skin cleansing and maintenance. Mixing dead sea mud and hydrating ingredients like shea butter and coconut oil together helps keep your skin feeling soft after removal. Unclog pores and steer clear of acne with regular use! This natural mud mask can also help reduce the appearance of psoriasis.
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How to use
Wash skin area with warm water, then clean & dry. Apply a thin layer of dead sea mud mask & let it sit for 10-15 min or until dry. Remove with warm water, by rubbing in circular motions. Pat dry with a clean cloth. For best results, apply the mask every 2-4 days.
The smell of freshness... literally. It's so faint yet clean-smelling. You'll see when you grab yours!
Skin Types: ✔ Normal ✔ Oily ✔ Combination ✔ Dry ✔ Sensitive
Skincare Concerns: General Cleansing, Acne Reduction, Redness, Pore Cleansing
Formulation: Thick mud
Dead Sea Mud, Kaolin Clay, Aloe Vera Juice, Shea Butter, Green Tea Extract, Coconut Oil, Jojoba Oil, Glycerin, Arnica Oil, Manuka Honey, Aspen Bark, Peppermint Essential Oil, Pink Grapefruit Essential Oil, Xantham Gum, Phenoxyethanol, Aloe Vera Gel
1. Rinse + dry: rinse out empty containers to remove any remaining product residue and let it dry
2. Remove labels: all of our jars, bottles, tubes and outer packaging can be recycled with your normal recyclable content. Make sure to separate paper and labels beforehand to make the recycling process easier. Remember, recycling rules can vary depending where you live, so don't forget to brush up on your local guidelines!