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The Spinach Facial Mask is a unique and natural skincare solution, perfect for revitalizing and nourishing the skin. Made with organic and chemical-free ingredients, this mask is designed to cater to all skin types, especially those experiencing dehydration or dullness.

Key Benefits:

  • Nourishing Ingredients: Rich in vitamins A, C, and K, spinach enhances skin radiance, accelerates regeneration, and heals scars. Flax seeds, with omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, address issues like psoriasis, acne, and eczema.
  • Skin Soothing: Oat flour and aloe vera provide soothing benefits, perfect for irritated or itchy skin.
  • Exfoliation and Cleansing: Yogurt's lactic acid and bentonite clay gently exfoliate and cleanse the skin, removing dead skin cells and promoting a smoother complexion.
  • Hydration and Protection: Ingredients like coconut milk, rosehip, and argan oil hydrate the skin and offer protection against environmental stressors.

How to Use:

  1. Prepare the Mask: Mix 1/2 teaspoon of the dry mask with 1/4-1/2 teaspoon of a liquid of your choice (cream, honey, yogurt, aloe vera juice, etc.).
  2. Apply: Massage the paste in a circular motion onto your face.
  3. Rinse: Let the mask sit until ready to rinse off. Follow up with a steam facial and a light moisturizer.

Unique Features:

  • Dry Formula: The mask comes in a dry form, preventing mold and bacterial growth and eliminating the need for harsh preservatives.
  • Customizable: Can be mixed with various liquids to suit different skin types and conditions.
  • Packaging: Comes in a 2-ounce glass bottle with a colored gelato scoop, providing 20-25 treatments.

Ideal For:

  • People seeking an all-natural, chemical-free skincare solution.
  • Those with dull, dehydrated, or inflamed skin.
  • Anyone interested in a customizable and versatile facial mask.

This Spinach Facial Mask, made in New York City, is an excellent choice for those looking to naturally rejuvenate and nourish their skin with the goodness of organic ingredients.

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  • Danielle Lasit