Super Food Antioxidant Face Mask
A targeted face mask for serious antioxidant action. Moringa, a key botanical active ingredient effectively delivers a host of vitamins to your skin, improving skin elasticity for a more radiant skin tone. Use after cleansing.
Corinne says: “The mask definitely brightened up my skin.”
Moringa is rich in many vitamins, minerals, and antioxidant, which means it's a concentrated nutrient shot to your skin. The high concentration of Vitamins A, C and E (as well as everything else) helps to reduce premature ageing.
Green tea helps to flush out toxins from the skin, reducing redness and inflammation. It even improves the skin’s elasticity, reducing premature signs of ageing. The antioxidants help treat puffy eyes as well as dark circles.
Cacao is rich in antioxidants which are great for stimulating blood circulation in the skin, smoothing fine lines, and giving you a rosy glow. These antioxidants can improve collagen and elastin production, revealing firmer, “bouncier” skin.
Mix 1 teaspoon of face mask powder with water or facial tonic (or your chosen liquid), and mix to form a smooth paste. After cleansing, apply the paste to your skin in a smooth, even layer, avoiding the lips and delicate eye area. Lie back and relax for up to 10 minutes. Remove the mask with warm water, rinse your skin with cool water, and then pat dry. Follow with Facial Moisturiser.
- for spot-prone skin, try mixing Super Food with aloe vera gel or juice to give additional spot-fighting benefits.
- for dry or dehydrated skin, try mixing Super Food with a few drops of Facial Oil or Serum to get extra moisture-boosting effects.
- get a two-in-one treatment from one product by removing your face mask using warm water and a Bamboo Cleansing Cloth. Using a warm wet cloth, use gentle circular movements across your skin to gently exfoliate as you remove your face mask.
Kaolin (red) clay, Moringa oleifera leaf, Camellia sinensis (green tea), Honey, Fructose, Maltodextrin, Theobroma cacao (cocoa), Ulmus fulva (slippery elm) bark.