French Rose Clay Mask

One of the greatest new products we have formulated is our purifying French Rose Clay Mask.  Made from Rose Clay, it is fantastic to remove toxins in the skin but is also friendly for even the most sensitive skin types. It gently exfoliates and has polishing properties that bring out a newer, younger-looking complexion. We have added many wonderful actives such as Rose Stem cell and Peptides to enhance the already wonderful benefits in this beautiful clay.

The Clay Itself:

Rose clay is a mild kaolin clay, which simply means it’s a naturally occurring clay that has kaolinite as its principal constituent. Kaolinite is a clay mineral, also called a silicate mineral that inhabits certain rocks. A soft, earthy mineral, it’s produced when weather wears down aluminum silicate minerals like feldspar. The best Rose Clay is mined in Brazil, but it can also be found in Bulgaria, France, the United Kingdom, Iran, Germany, India, Australia, and other countries. The clay is particularly abundant in soils that exist in moist climates, such as those in tropical rainforest areas.

Depending on where the clay is from will determine its mineral content and physical structure, which in turn affects how it acts on the skin and the color of the raw material.

Most clays can absorb impurities from the skin such as dirt, makeup and oil and most also can exfoliate, to help your skin have a youthful look. Where clays differ is in how much they absorb from the skin. Rose clay is wonderful for most all skin types because it doesn’t strip the skin of its natural oils.

Some clays can be extra drying that you can end up experiencing excessive dryness, flaking, and skin reactions like increased acne breakouts and redness.

Rose Clay:

Rose clay is also perfect for sensitive skin, as it has a gentle cleansing action that isn’t harsh.

If you’ve tried hydroxy acids, glycolic acid, or other acids to exfoliate in the past and had trouble such as skin reactions or sensitivity, Rose Clay mask may be a great alternative. Natural clays like these can be just as effective at exfoliation without the irritation.

Used regularly, this mask will draw impurities and oils to the surface to be washed away, which will help reduce the appearance of oily skin and clogged pores.

Most clays can absorb impurities from the skin, such as dirt, makeup and oil. Most also can exfoliate, to help your skin have a youthful look. Rose Clay mask includes Peptides and Rose actives as well as Rose Stem cell.

How Clays Differ:

Where clays differ is in how much they absorb from the skin. French Rose clay is wonderful for most all skin types because it doesn’t overly deplete the skin of its natural oils. Some clays can be so drying, for example, that unless you’re using a super-hydrating moisturizer afterward, you can end up experiencing excessive dryness, flaking, and skin reactions like increased acne breakouts and redness.

I urge you to give this mask a try. Natural clays like these can be just as effective at exfoliation, without the irritation. With our additives, such as Stem Cell and Peptides, you will see a very different skin in less than 28 days, if used regularly.

Consistent Exfoliation

As your skin gets used to the regular special treatment, you may see a more lifted, firm appearance. The consistent exfoliation can also help reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as even skin tone. With the added ingredients you will see a marked difference in your lines and wrinkles.

When you see how well it works, you’ll not only enjoy the toned, refreshed feeling on your face, you’ll wonder why you ever submitted your poor skin to acids and chemical peels! Coupled with our other “Rose Stem cell products, you will see a change one could only get from injections, Botox, or a facelift.

Contact us for more information on how to add this to your line today.

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