Fleurs De France – L’ESSENTIEL FACE MASK with French clay and flower extracts – wt/2 oz

$58.00

Professional French Spa Mask. Firm & brighten and remove impurities. French clay is renown to help reduce pore size and give you that smooth porcelain doll look! Rejuvenates skin. For all skin types.

French clay is milder yet the most effective for the face and neck area than any other type of clay. It’s known for it’s skin tightening, brightening and for removing impurities from the skin. This clay is also used to reduce pore size and smooth out imperfections. It stimulates the regeneration process of the skin. In France it’s a traditional facial treatment.

Key Ingredients: French Clay ; Rosehip oil; Rosemary extract; Carrot seed oil; Geranium Oil (Bourbon); Neroli (Tunesian); Petit Grain ; lavender

Used mainly for the face and neck area. Great to use on the hands too.

How to use:

Express 10min to 15 min Mask!

DRY TO NORMAL SKIN: Apply generously to the face and neck avoiding the eye area. Wait 5 to 10 min and remove with damp cosmetic sponge or damp cloth. (cosmetic cellulose (plant based) sponge is included when you purchase the mask)

NORMAL TO OILY SKIN: Apply generously to the face and neck avoiding the eye area. Wait 8 to 15 min and remove with damp cosmetic sponge or damp cloth.(cosmetic cellulose (plant based) sponge is included when you purchase the mask)

After removing the clay mask you can apply your favorite serum, cream or face oil.

Can be used up to 3 times a week. For all skin types.

For all skin types.

Ingredients: Deionized water; French pink clay from Provence ; glycerine; Rosehip oil; Camillia oil; Rosemary oil, Geranium oil (Bourbon extra fine), Chamomile extract; Carrot seed oil; Lavender oil: Neroli oil; Petit grain oil; butylene glycol; Phenoxyethanol; vit e

NOTE: Shelf life is 12 months.

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