Grapefruit & Juniper Deep Cleansing Masque

$12.00$51.00

This is a Deep Cleansing Clay Masque for all skin types, particularly oily skin.

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Description

This is a Deep Cleansing Clay Masque for all skin types, particularly oily skin. Exfoliating and soothing, this formula is the restorative answer to your skin at the end of a long day

Green clay, Rock Rose Hydrosol, and Pure Essential oils of Pink Grapefruit and Juniper, this masque is a must in your beauty regime.

Designed For: All Skin Types, particularly Combination and Oily Skin

Benefits: Astringent, Exfoliating, Cleansing, Tightening

Additional information

Size

Full Size, Sample

Area of Concern

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How to Use

Scoop 1 teaspoon of the Clay powder mix onto a flat ceramic dish. Shake the accompanying bottle well to mix hydrosols and oils and pour about 1 teaspoon. Stir until an even paste is formed. Apply to clean skin avoiding the eye area, and leave on for 15 minutes. Rinse with warm water and follow with your favorite Rosemira Skincare products.

Clay Masques are known to renew skin. Often neglected as part of a regular skin regimen, they are nevertheless an important step in achieving healthy, glowing complexion. For best results repeat 2-3 times a week.

Note: Our Clay masques are not pre-mixed with liquid and have a virtually unlimited shelf life. Each jar contains at least 8-10 applications.

Key Ingredients

– Green Clay: Exfoliating, Tightening, Revitalizing
– Rock Rose Hydrosol: Astringent, Healing, Anti-Wrinkle
– Pink Grapefruit Essential Oil: Toning, Astringent, Balancing Oily Skin
– Juniper Essential Oil: Balancing Sebum production

Ingredients

French Green Cosmetic Clay; *Organic Cistus Ladanifer (Rock Rose) Hydrosol; *Organic Vegetable Glycerine (Glycerin)100% Coconut-Derived; *A blend of Steam distilled Premium Organic or Wild Crafted Essential Oils including Juniperus Communis (Juniper) Essential Oil
*Certified Organic Ingredients

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