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Sun Kissed De Tan Clay Mask - 100 gms

₹675.00
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  • Made with Hydrating mixture of shea butter, aloe vera & jojoba oil
  • Detoxify, treat & cleanse the skin
  • Increases blood flow to help to achieve naturally, younger looking skin
  • Absorbs excess oils & removes dead skin

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Say goodbye sun tan: our calamine clay mask treatment pulls out toxins from inflamed skin which removes blackheads and reduces acne, blemishes and redness. For men and women of all skin types, sensitive or otherwise, our products are sure to bring the beauty out in your skin! Antioxidant boost: our active ingredients work to fight the negative effects of free radicals and uv radiation, and can help repair sun-damaged skin. In addition, these powerful antioxidants stimulate removal of dead skin cells and improve tired and dull skin. So try it out! Nourishes skin: our soothing rose clay helps to refresh and lighten your face for a brightening and beautiful glow that all can see! No need to peel. Just wash it off after it dries. Moisturizes &amp; heals: fights off free radicals, softens, repairs and reverses damage with natural healing. Its anti-aging properties give you a healthy appearance and reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles. No harmful chemicals. No preservatives. No animal testing! Non-greasy. Wont leave a film, build up, or clog pores. Will not strip or dry your skin, or make it greasy or oily. Vegan, non-gmo, soy and dairy free. <strong>This mask is rich in AHAs... But, what are AHAs?</strong> <div class="css-0"> Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) are a group of plant and animal-derived acids used in a variety of skincare products. These include daily anti-aging products, such as serums, toners, and creams, as well as occasional concentrated treatments via chemical peels. There are seven types of AHAs commonly used in products available throughout the skincare industry. These include: <ul> <li>citric acid (from citrus fruits)</li> <li>glycolic acid (from sugar cane)</li> <li>hydroxycaproic acid (from royal jelly)</li> <li>hydroxycaprylic acid (from animals)</li> <li>lactic acid (from lactose or other carbohydrates)</li> <li>malic acid (from fruits)</li> <li>tartaric acid (from grapes)</li> </ul> Research on the uses and efficacy of AHAs is extensive. However, out of all the AHAs available, glycolic and lactic acids are the most promising and t<span class="css-ik49i9 icon-hl-trusted-source-after"><span class="sro">rusted Source</span></span> and well researched. These two AHAs are also less likely to cause irritation. Because of this, most over-the-counter (OTC) AHAs contain either glycolic or lactic acid. AHAs are primarily used to exfoliate. They can also help: <ul> <li>promote collagen and blood flow</li> <li>correct discoloration from scars and age spots</li> <li>improve appearance of surface lines and wrinkles</li> <li>prevent acne breakouts</li> <li>brighten your complexion</li> <li>increase product absorption</li> </ul> </div> <div class="css-0"> <div>1. They help exfoliate</div> AHAs are primarily used to exfoliate your skin. In fact, this is the foundation for all of the other benefits AHAs offer. Exfoliation refers to a process where the skin cells on the surface shed off. This helps remove dead skin cells but also makes way for new skin cell generation. As you age, your natural skin cell cycle slows down, which can make dead skin cells build up. When you have too many dead skin cells, they can accumulate and make your complexion look dull. Dead skin cell accumulation can also enhance other underlying skin issues, such as: <ul> <li>wrinkles</li> <li>age spots</li> <li>acne</li> </ul> </div> <div class="css-0"> <div>2. They help visibly brighten skin</div> When these acids exfoliate your skin, dead skin cells are broken down. The new skin revealed beneath is brighter and more radiant. AHAs with glycolic acid can help break down skin cell accumulation, while products with citric acid can brighten your skin even further. </div> <div>3. They help promote collagen production</div> Collagen is a protein-rich fiber that helps keep your skin plump and smooth. As you age, these fibers break down. Sun damage may also accelerate collagen destruction. This can result in sallow, sagging skin. Collagen itself is in the middle layer of your skin (dermis). When the upper layer (epidermis) is removed, products such as AHAs can go to work on the dermis. AHAs may help promote collagen production by destroying old collagen fibers to make way for new ones. &nbsp;

INGREDIENTS
Distilled water, Olive Oil PEG-7 Esters, Diheptyl Succinate (and) Capryloyl Glycerin/Sebacic Acid Copolymer, Xantham Gum, Aloevera Juice, Fuller Earth (Clay), Kaolin Clay, Cetearyl Olivate (and) Sorbitan Olivate, Benzyl Alcohol (and) Salicylic Acid (and) Glycerin (and) Sorbic Acid, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Extract, Olea Europaea (Olive) Leaf Extract (and) Water, Calamine Clay, Water & Vaccinium Myrtillus Fruit/Leaf Extract & Saccharum Officinarum (Sugar Cane) Extract & Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Fruit Extract & Citrus Limon (Lemon) Fruit Extract & Acer Saccharum (Sugar Maple) Extract
HOW TO USE


RATINGS AND REVIEWS

ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT

Say goodbye sun tan: our calamine clay mask treatment pulls out toxins from inflamed skin which removes blackheads and reduces acne, blemishes and redness. For men and women of all skin types, sensitive or otherwise, our products are sure to bring the beauty out in your skin! Antioxidant boost: our active ingredients work to fight the negative effects of free radicals and uv radiation, and can help repair sun-damaged skin. In addition, these powerful antioxidants stimulate removal of dead skin cells and improve tired and dull skin. So try it out! Nourishes skin: our soothing rose clay helps to refresh and lighten your face for a brightening and beautiful glow that all can see! No need to peel. Just wash it off after it dries. Moisturizes &amp; heals: fights off free radicals, softens, repairs and reverses damage with natural healing. Its anti-aging properties give you a healthy appearance and reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles. No harmful chemicals. No preservatives. No animal testing! Non-greasy. Wont leave a film, build up, or clog pores. Will not strip or dry your skin, or make it greasy or oily. Vegan, non-gmo, soy and dairy free. <strong>This mask is rich in AHAs... But, what are AHAs?</strong> <div class="css-0"> Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) are a group of plant and animal-derived acids used in a variety of skincare products. These include daily anti-aging products, such as serums, toners, and creams, as well as occasional concentrated treatments via chemical peels. There are seven types of AHAs commonly used in products available throughout the skincare industry. These include: <ul> <li>citric acid (from citrus fruits)</li> <li>glycolic acid (from sugar cane)</li> <li>hydroxycaproic acid (from royal jelly)</li> <li>hydroxycaprylic acid (from animals)</li> <li>lactic acid (from lactose or other carbohydrates)</li> <li>malic acid (from fruits)</li> <li>tartaric acid (from grapes)</li> </ul> Research on the uses and efficacy of AHAs is extensive. However, out of all the AHAs available, glycolic and lactic acids are the most promising and t<span class="css-ik49i9 icon-hl-trusted-source-after"><span class="sro">rusted Source</span></span> and well researched. These two AHAs are also less likely to cause irritation. Because of this, most over-the-counter (OTC) AHAs contain either glycolic or lactic acid. AHAs are primarily used to exfoliate. They can also help: <ul> <li>promote collagen and blood flow</li> <li>correct discoloration from scars and age spots</li> <li>improve appearance of surface lines and wrinkles</li> <li>prevent acne breakouts</li> <li>brighten your complexion</li> <li>increase product absorption</li> </ul> </div> <div class="css-0"> <div>1. They help exfoliate</div> AHAs are primarily used to exfoliate your skin. In fact, this is the foundation for all of the other benefits AHAs offer. Exfoliation refers to a process where the skin cells on the surface shed off. This helps remove dead skin cells but also makes way for new skin cell generation. As you age, your natural skin cell cycle slows down, which can make dead skin cells build up. When you have too many dead skin cells, they can accumulate and make your complexion look dull. Dead skin cell accumulation can also enhance other underlying skin issues, such as: <ul> <li>wrinkles</li> <li>age spots</li> <li>acne</li> </ul> </div> <div class="css-0"> <div>2. They help visibly brighten skin</div> When these acids exfoliate your skin, dead skin cells are broken down. The new skin revealed beneath is brighter and more radiant. AHAs with glycolic acid can help break down skin cell accumulation, while products with citric acid can brighten your skin even further. </div> <div>3. They help promote collagen production</div> Collagen is a protein-rich fiber that helps keep your skin plump and smooth. As you age, these fibers break down. Sun damage may also accelerate collagen destruction. This can result in sallow, sagging skin. Collagen itself is in the middle layer of your skin (dermis). When the upper layer (epidermis) is removed, products such as AHAs can go to work on the dermis. AHAs may help promote collagen production by destroying old collagen fibers to make way for new ones. &nbsp;

INGREDIENTS
Distilled water, Olive Oil PEG-7 Esters, Diheptyl Succinate (and) Capryloyl Glycerin/Sebacic Acid Copolymer, Xantham Gum, Aloevera Juice, Fuller Earth (Clay), Kaolin Clay, Cetearyl Olivate (and) Sorbitan Olivate, Benzyl Alcohol (and) Salicylic Acid (and) Glycerin (and) Sorbic Acid, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Extract, Olea Europaea (Olive) Leaf Extract (and) Water, Calamine Clay, Water & Vaccinium Myrtillus Fruit/Leaf Extract & Saccharum Officinarum (Sugar Cane) Extract & Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Fruit Extract & Citrus Limon (Lemon) Fruit Extract & Acer Saccharum (Sugar Maple) Extract
HOW TO USE

RATINGS AND REVIEWS
RATINGS AND REVIEWS

ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT

Say goodbye sun tan: our calamine clay mask treatment pulls out toxins from inflamed skin which removes blackheads and reduces acne, blemishes and redness. For men and women of all skin types, sensitive or otherwise, our products are sure to bring the beauty out in your skin! Antioxidant boost: our active ingredients work to fight the negative effects of free radicals and uv radiation, and can help repair sun-damaged skin. In addition, these powerful antioxidants stimulate removal of dead skin cells and improve tired and dull skin. So try it out! Nourishes skin: our soothing rose clay helps to refresh and lighten your face for a brightening and beautiful glow that all can see! No need to peel. Just wash it off after it dries. Moisturizes &amp; heals: fights off free radicals, softens, repairs and reverses damage with natural healing. Its anti-aging properties give you a healthy appearance and reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles. No harmful chemicals. No preservatives. No animal testing! Non-greasy. Wont leave a film, build up, or clog pores. Will not strip or dry your skin, or make it greasy or oily. Vegan, non-gmo, soy and dairy free. <strong>This mask is rich in AHAs... But, what are AHAs?</strong> <div class="css-0"> Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) are a group of plant and animal-derived acids used in a variety of skincare products. These include daily anti-aging products, such as serums, toners, and creams, as well as occasional concentrated treatments via chemical peels. There are seven types of AHAs commonly used in products available throughout the skincare industry. These include: <ul> <li>citric acid (from citrus fruits)</li> <li>glycolic acid (from sugar cane)</li> <li>hydroxycaproic acid (from royal jelly)</li> <li>hydroxycaprylic acid (from animals)</li> <li>lactic acid (from lactose or other carbohydrates)</li> <li>malic acid (from fruits)</li> <li>tartaric acid (from grapes)</li> </ul> Research on the uses and efficacy of AHAs is extensive. However, out of all the AHAs available, glycolic and lactic acids are the most promising and t<span class="css-ik49i9 icon-hl-trusted-source-after"><span class="sro">rusted Source</span></span> and well researched. These two AHAs are also less likely to cause irritation. Because of this, most over-the-counter (OTC) AHAs contain either glycolic or lactic acid. AHAs are primarily used to exfoliate. They can also help: <ul> <li>promote collagen and blood flow</li> <li>correct discoloration from scars and age spots</li> <li>improve appearance of surface lines and wrinkles</li> <li>prevent acne breakouts</li> <li>brighten your complexion</li> <li>increase product absorption</li> </ul> </div> <div class="css-0"> <div>1. They help exfoliate</div> AHAs are primarily used to exfoliate your skin. In fact, this is the foundation for all of the other benefits AHAs offer. Exfoliation refers to a process where the skin cells on the surface shed off. This helps remove dead skin cells but also makes way for new skin cell generation. As you age, your natural skin cell cycle slows down, which can make dead skin cells build up. When you have too many dead skin cells, they can accumulate and make your complexion look dull. Dead skin cell accumulation can also enhance other underlying skin issues, such as: <ul> <li>wrinkles</li> <li>age spots</li> <li>acne</li> </ul> </div> <div class="css-0"> <div>2. They help visibly brighten skin</div> When these acids exfoliate your skin, dead skin cells are broken down. The new skin revealed beneath is brighter and more radiant. AHAs with glycolic acid can help break down skin cell accumulation, while products with citric acid can brighten your skin even further. </div> <div>3. They help promote collagen production</div> Collagen is a protein-rich fiber that helps keep your skin plump and smooth. As you age, these fibers break down. Sun damage may also accelerate collagen destruction. This can result in sallow, sagging skin. Collagen itself is in the middle layer of your skin (dermis). When the upper layer (epidermis) is removed, products such as AHAs can go to work on the dermis. AHAs may help promote collagen production by destroying old collagen fibers to make way for new ones. &nbsp;

INGREDIENTS
Distilled water, Olive Oil PEG-7 Esters, Diheptyl Succinate (and) Capryloyl Glycerin/Sebacic Acid Copolymer, Xantham Gum, Aloevera Juice, Fuller Earth (Clay), Kaolin Clay, Cetearyl Olivate (and) Sorbitan Olivate, Benzyl Alcohol (and) Salicylic Acid (and) Glycerin (and) Sorbic Acid, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Extract, Olea Europaea (Olive) Leaf Extract (and) Water, Calamine Clay, Water & Vaccinium Myrtillus Fruit/Leaf Extract & Saccharum Officinarum (Sugar Cane) Extract & Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Fruit Extract & Citrus Limon (Lemon) Fruit Extract & Acer Saccharum (Sugar Maple) Extract
HOW TO USE