Oxygen Modeling Mask O is a brightening mask that blocks harmful free radicals and inhibits the production of melanin pigments that cause spots and freckles, leaving skin clearer and brighter. It also evens out skin tone, and prevents pigmentation reducing the skin's susceptibility to ultraviolet radiation.
Primary ingredients and benefits:
Diatomaceous Earth. Diatomites were formed by the deposition of siliceous frustules of diatomaceous algae and have both freshwater and marine origins. Chemically, diatomaceous earth consists of more than 80% of hydrated silica (opal). It is used in cosmetic products for gentle exfoliation of the cornified epidermis, deep pore cleansing, and evening out the overall skin texture. An excellent natural adsorbent. An alternative to microdermabrasion devices.
Algin. A fine powder obtained from brown algae (Laminaria, Fucus, Macrocystis). Used in cosmetic products as an emulsifier, it creates a homogeneous suspension from a mixture of oil and water phases. Regenerates, softens, moisturizes the skin, protects and has a bactericidal effect.
Arbutin. A non-toxic and highly effective whitening component derived from bearberry. Arbutin blocks the synthesis of melanin pigment in the skin, lightens pigmentation spots, fights against unwanted pigmentation, and softens the skin.
Magnesium oxide. It is used as an absorbent and for pH control in cosmetics, as well as an agent to reduce the transparency of cosmetics (opacifying agent). In combination with zinc oxide, it effectively tightens pores, cleanses the skin, has a whitening effect, and provides drying action. It also protects against UV radiation.
Net Weight: 1000g
1. After cleansing, apply toner to prepare the skin. Also consider applying appropriate ampoule, serum, or moisturizer for an additional boost.
2. If applying the modeling mask to the face only, weigh 7g of powder and slowly mix with 7ml of water. If applying to the face and neck, weigh 7g of powder and slowly mix with 7ml of water. Mixing slowly ensures the powder is fully incorporated. Once incorporated, then mix with more rigor. Tip: the thicker the consistency the easier the mask will be to remove, so start with adding the lower range of water and only add more if needed.
3. Apply the mask mixture quickly and evenly using a mask applicator. Load up the mask mixture on the applicator and make broad flat strokes along the contours of the face for even application, avoiding the eye area, mouth, and hairline.
4. After 15 minutes, remove the mask from the bottom to the top. With practice, the entire mask can be removed in one upward movement. Do not rinse. If any mask residue remains, wipe gently with a damp sponge or washcloth to remove. Then proceed with finishing steps of the facial such as applying moisturizer and sunscreen.
5. Typically the modeling mask is one of the last steps of a facial service, leaving the client refreshed from total body relaxation and intensely nourished skin.
Arbutin, Magnesium Oxide, Sodium Hyaluronate, Licorice Root Extract, Allantoin, Diatomaceous Earth, Algin