Hydrating Pineapple Turmeric Enzyme Jelly Mask Skin Brightening
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We have created a very hydrating, soothing, and exfoliating Turmeric Jelly face mask featuring pineapple enzymes to get deep into those pores. This pairs great with any of our facial products and a little goes a long way. It's a 4oz container that will last you a very long time. Although using at most 3 times a week should yield visible results, you will feel your skin more hydrated and plump after first use. The turmeric along with the enzyme and extracts will cleanse those pores, soothe, and help brighten up dark marks on your face. Enzymes exfoliate the skin without rubbing it in.
Pineapple extracts contain bromelain, a mix of enzymes, and are used in skincare as bromelain helps to gently exfoliate the skin. Bromelain also has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial benefits.
Turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties, which reduce skin inflammation, pigmentation and blemishes. It has antibacterial properties, which help reduce acne, especially when used with other natural ingredients. It has anti-aging properties, which help prevent and improve dry skin and wrinkles, thus slowing the process of aging to help your skin look younger.
Kojic Acid- Kojic acid primary use — and benefit — is to lighten visible sun damage, age spots, or scars. This can result in an anti-aging effect on the skin.
Ingredients: Water, Pineapple Extract, Bromelain, Lemon Extract, Bamboo Extract, Chamomile Extract, Turmeric Extract, Turmeric Root, Chamomile Distillate (Chamomile water), Vegetable Glycerin, Xanthan gum Kojic Acid Citric Acid, LSFMC
Using applicator, apply a generous amount to freshly cleansed skin. Spread evenly across your face, starting at your upper neck and working your way up your face Avoid your lips and eyes. Let sit for 5-10 minutes, Use lukewarm water and fingers to gently rub the mask off your face. RINSE THOROUGHLY
Gently pat your face dry after rinsing it off and apply Serum or moisturizer. USE UP TO 3 TIMES A WEEK