Our New Winter Facial

VITAMIN C THERMAL MASK



With Ascorbic Acid & Lemon Fruit Oil. A hard setting mask that gradually heats the skin to promote healthy circulation and increase product absorption. With added Vitamin C, this mask also brightens the skin and defends the skin from environmental damage. As it heats up gradually it warms up the surface tissue and allows the skin to breathe. Assists in unclogging pores, rejuvenating the skin, and leaving it refreshed. Once it reaches the ideal temperature, the effect of thermal conductivity gets increased, which facilitates the instant entry of the nutrients in the skin cells. This saturates the deeper layer of the skin with vitamins and minerals, thereby making it invigorated, wrinkle-free, and glowing. At last, the mask hardens and comes off in one piece.



Benefits -

• Cleanses and tightens skin pores to give a toned look

• Eliminates dead cells from the surface of the skin

• Reveals a fresher and younger-looking layer of skin

• Gives a beautiful natural radiance

• Nourishes the skin cells deeply

• Hydrates and softens dry and dull skin

• Relaxes and soothes the skin

• Makes the texture of the skin smooth and even

• Provides protection against infections

• Restores the elasticity of wrinkled skin

• Minimizes signs of aging

• Improve blood circulation in the skin

• Promotes cell respiration and allows the skin to breathe

• Activates the metabolic process of the skin

• Enhances skin health through detoxification

• Stimulates cell regeneration for rejuvenating the skin

• Prevents skin damage from environmental factors

Cellular respiration - Cellular respiration is a set of metabolic reactions and processes that take place in the cells of organisms to convert chemical energy from oxygen molecules or nutrients into adenosine triphosphate (ATP), and then release waste products.

(This mask allows the skin to “breathe” by turning chemical energy into oxygen molecules)

How - The self-heating thermal process is actually a chemical reaction: Some chemicals, when exposed to water, produce an exothermic response that instantly generates heat.


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