This mask combines two potent ingredients: Camel Milk and Yeast. Camel Milk is very rich in natural AHAs, which help exfoliate dead skin to reveal new cells, as well as iron and vitamin D & C. The lactic acid found in camel milk also helps to even skin tone and brighten. Yeast is also somewhat of a miracle worker for skin, being filled with lots of B vitamins essential to skin health. The combination is further supplemented with fermented bamboo water, to add hydration, and honey powder, loaded with antioxidants to help redness and soothe your skin.
Travel Size: 0.5 oz. Full Size: 2 oz.
Instructions: After cleansing, apply a thin layer to face. Leave for 20-30 mins, then rinse. Continue with rest of routine. Can also be applied as a spot treatment overnight for acne.
Ingredients: Camel Milk, Coco Betaine, Colloidal Oats, (Lactobacillus/Arundinaria Gigantea (Bamboo) Ferment Filtrate), Honey Powder, Yeast, (Lactobacillus & Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Fruit Extract), (PEG-150 Pentaerythrityl Tetrastearate (and) PEG-6 Caprylic/Capric Glycerides (and) Aqua), Water & Caprylyl Glycol & Hexylene Glycol & Wasabia japonica (Wasabi) Root Extract & Zingiber officinale (Ginger) Root Extract & Allium sativum (Garlic) Bulb Extract), (Phenoxyethanol (and) Caprylyl Glycol.), Citric Acid.
Noticeable results every time I use this mask. My redness goes way down and it really works on calming that stubborn over 40 hormonal acne.
I love how it leaves my skin so silky. It also seems to clear out my pores, reduce redness, and help those occasional break-outs subside a bit faster.
This product is a staple, must-have, go-to in my skin care collection. I've done a 20 minute full face treatment and it leaves my skin feeling fresh and nourished. But the real magic happens when I use it as a spot treatment on blemishes. I put it on a pimple two or three nights in a row and it's gone. I put it on my husband's stubborn blackhead on his nose and it clears up. I put it on the tiny milia I sometimes get around my eyes and they flatten. The move for me is to do it at night. I cleanse my face, put this product in a thin layer on the trouble spots, do toner and moisturizer on the rest of my face being careful to avoid the treated spots, and then go to bed. When I wake up in the morning I wash it off and I see visible improvement every time. The other really amazing thing about this product is that it disappears. So unlike a lot of masks/spot treatments, you don't see the spots on your face. I answer the door for the delivery guy with this stuff on my face and he'd never know! I got the trial size about 6 weeks ago and even though I use it a few times a week I've barely made a dent in it. If you use it as a spot treatment it will last forever because you really just need a very thin layer. I'm not one to over do my skin care routine, I keep it clean and simple and aim to use as few products as possible and this is one product I will definitely continue to keep in my permanent rotation.
At last, my 14-year-search for a spot treatment that works has finally ended! This stuff is MAGIC. I read the reviews and noticed that many people were using this mask as a spot treatment. I decided to give a try (even though I was skeptical because the reviews seemed a little too good to be true). It worked wonders! I put it on blemishes before bed, and the next morning the blemish is always either flat or significantly smaller. Even my cystic acne heals faster than usual. No other topical treatments (not even ones prescribed by dermatologists) have worked better for me.
I love using this as an overnight mask! Not just to spot treat, but as a full face mask. Over the counter acne or pimple creams don't work for me, but I find that this product work wonders for me! If I get breakouts or pimples, I will apply and go to bed, and after one or two uses, what used to be swollen and angry red usually becomes flattened and the pus will be more or less gone. And because the product will dry into a fine smooth layer on the face, I am not worried about leaving my pillow all oily or sticky. So, what's not to love about it?