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This Rosehip & Red Clay Exfoliating Facial Mask is made with organic rosehip, rose petal, chamomile and calendula flower powders to naturally cleanse skins of all types
Rhassoul Red Clay: mined from the Atlas Mountains of Morocco, adds a fine silken quality to this blend. It is one of the most effective and powerful healing clays, admired for its ability to absorb impurities, toxins and other contaminants from the skin.
Organic Rosehip Powder: full of vitamins A, C, D and E, and works to not only exfoliate skin, but also to help keep it looking and feeling smooth.
Organic Rose Petal Powder: besides lending its sensual fragrance to the blend, helps to cleanse and balance skin without striping it of essential moisture.
Organic Calendula powder tops off the blend. The flowers from this spectacular plant lend their disinfecting and Immunostimulant properties to clean and cleanse.
To use: Add desired amount of water (a tiny bit usually works best) to a small amount of facial mask powder and make a paste. You can simply do this in the palm of your hand or in a small bowl. Next, massage paste onto wet skin and leave on for desired time, about 15-20 minutes. Simply rinse with warm water.
Shipping: This product ships from the maker within 14 days* , via USPS
Return Policy: 7 days* Although products are shipped within the time frame specified above, actual time of delivery can vary depending on the carrier and delivery method