Target Acne and Oiliness with the Dead Sea Minerals Mud Mask

Oily skin is probably the trickiest skin type to have because it leads to so many irritating breakouts. Turn to the Corium Dead Sea Minerals Mud Mask to control your skin’s oil production and to keep that acne at bay.

 

Corium Spa-Grade Dead Sea Minerals Clay Mask

a quick breakdown of the active ingredients

The Vitamin E  – referred to as Tocopherol – is a crucial vitamin that promotes the overall health of your skin. Panthenol, widely known as Vitamin B5, prevents the appearance of fine lines around the eyes as well as wrinkles.

The Hyaluronic Acid is actually a naturally-occurring acid that attracts hydration. That simply means it improves the firmness of your skin. The Dead Sea Minerals Mud Mask also contains Collagen – a protein that makes your skin look plump and feel elastic.

ADDED natural GOODNESS

It’s the mineral overload that sets this ingredient apart from the rest. It’s reported to have more than 21 minerals, including magnesium, potassium and calcium. Calcium encourages sebum balance, prevents wrinkles and boosts hydration. Magnesium is good for healing skin tissue, while potassium adds moisture to your skin. Dead Sea Salt contains lots of zinc and sodium, which also targets acne and purifies the pores.

This mask is fortified with shea butter, which is awesome for moisturising the skin and evening your tone. The Argan Oil is anti-inflammatory and regulates sebum production,

Who can use it?

This is recommended for anybody who struggles with oily skin and has enlarged pores.

How to use it:

Wash your face, and apply a small amount evenly to the face using the Corium Vegan Brush. Leave the mask on for 15-20 minutes to dry completely, then gently remove the mask and rinse face with tepid water.

It works well with:

Shop on: www.coriumskincare.co.za, Plush Luxury, Studio MoMa and Faithful-to-Nature.

Corium Spa-Grade Dead Sea Minerals Clay Mask and Vegan Brushes

Source: [Marie Claire US; Cosmopolitan; Beauty Munsta]

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