Zitsticka

PRESS REFRESH™ Exfoliating Hydro-Mask

Hydrogel Exfoliating Sheet Mask. For relief from all-over texture and breakouts.

Underlying issues can be... awkward. But when things surface, the future looks clearer.

Regular price $36
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Zitsticka

PRESS REFRESH™ Exfoliating Hydro-Mask

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Hydrogel Exfoliating Sheet Mask. For relief from all-over texture and breakouts.

Underlying issues can be... awkward. But when things surface, the future looks clearer.

Product description

This mask has a jelly-like texture and is drenched in exfoliating acids and skin soothers to calm redness and irritation, unclog pores, refine uneven texture and bear hug acne-prone skin. Graphene—a material that syncs with your body heat— helps to facilitate increased conductivity so that ingredients absorb more deeply.

Zitsticka

PRESS REFRESH™ Exfoliating Hydro-Mask

Benefits Include:

  • Cools, soothes,clears out pores
  • Eases redness + irritation
  • Dermatologically formulated

How to use

Remove backings from either side of mask pieces.

Apply both pieces to face for a perfect fit. Leave on for 20 min.

Remove and allow excess serum to be absorbed.

Key ingredients

- Salicylic Acid (BHA): An exfoliant that sloughs dead skin cells; melts debris

- Glycolic Acid (AHA): A second exfoliant that smooths texture while hydrating

- Lactic Acid (AHA): A third exfoliant that brightens and refines

- Niacinamide: Helps to balance out the acids, soothing the appearance of redness and irritation

- Allantoin: A skin replenisher that extracts impurities whilst retaining moisture

Clinical results

That's what this feels-like-skin sheet mask does—clearsup the underlying drama. Drenched in exfoliating acids and skin soothers, PRESS REFRESH™ is infused with graphene, a powder comprising millions of molecules. Graphene activates your skin’s electrocurrents, priming its layers for thorough ingredient absorption and you, for a clearer tomorrow.

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