The Perfect Summer Mask for Dry, Parched, Sun-Exposed Skin


Summer is in full swing but now the effects of enjoying the outdoors and sunshine may be starting to take a toll on the skin—especially for dry, mature skin. It’s the time of year when it’s important to give the skin intensive hydration and repair the skins moisture barrier that has been weakened from sun exposure.

Pure Radiance Mask is a moisturizing mask for dry, sun-damaged skin in need of intensive hydration and skin repair. It works to repair damaged moisture-holding areas surrounding the cells that cause dry, rough skin and increased wrinkle formation. With one use, the skin’s radiance is instantly restored.

What’s in it: Key ingredients include: Shea Butter – Lipid-rich butter from the seeds of the West African karate fruit leaves rough, dry skin ultra-soft. Green Tea – Soothing plant antioxidant that calms skin. Licorice – Anti-inflammatory soothing molecule for calming sensitivity. Oils of Hazelnut, Cherry Pit, Kukui Nut, Grapeseed, Wild Mint, Rose Hips, Soybean, Orange, Petitgrain and Bois de Rose – Holds comforting moisture between skin cells and repairs skin’s protective barrier…

Why you should use it: In between regular facials, it’s important to treat the skin to a mask treatment to keep it looking feeling its best all summer long.

Here is more information about Pure Radiance Mask!

Skin Tip for Dry Skin: At the beach or by the pool? The salt water and chlorine chemicals can be very drying to the skin. Make sure you wash immediately after wards and apply moisturizer.

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