Just 5 Minutes to great looking healthy skin. This Face Mask is for Normal, Oily, Acne/Allergy Prone Skin, and Sensitive Skin in need of detoxification to remove impurities. May help tighten skin and reduce pore size as well as clear up acne.
Have a Sunburn. Spread this all over the affected area. Let sit for 10 minutes, rinse off and add the Remarle After Sun Lotion to ensure your burn turns to tan.
Ingredients: Moroccan & European Clay, Organic Coffee, Distilled Water, Tea Tree Oil, and Peppermint Oil, Vitamin B5, Vitamin D3. Rose Hip Seed Oil.
Directions: Wash your face with Remarlé ® Face Wash, rinse and dry. Then take a quarter size amount of the face mask & massage into the skin using a scrubbing motion spread all over the face avoiding the eyes. Rinse after 5 minutes. Add Remarlé ® Tea Tree Creme to your skin for softness and to keep acne away. You can also use the blemish stick, blemish oil, or the Remarlé ® FIRM IT™ Creme or oil to help with scarring and attack stubborn acne.
Science Behind the Ingredients:
Rose Hip Seed Oil:
Peppermint Oil:• Antiseptic -an antimicrobial substance that reduce the possibility of infection
• Astringent- to minimize pore size and clean out the dirt
Tea Tree Oil:
Antiseptic/Antimicrobial - Because tea tree oil can kill bacteria, applying topical tea tree oil to acne lesions has been thought to destroy Propionibacterium acnes, the skin-dwelling bacteria that is involved in the development of acne.
Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) :The Hydrator, Skin Care, and Wound Healing
Preliminary research suggests that vitamin B5 has moisturizing effects on the skin and may speed wound healing, especially following surgery.
Vitamin B5 has natural broad abilities to moisturize, soothe, heal and regenerate the skin. It stabilizes the skin barrier function, reducing the amount of water lost through the skin. By applying a B5 formulation to the skin, you will not only increase its hydration but improve its softness and elasticity, and is ideal for the treatment of redness, dry, scaly, itchy, or rough skin.
Additionally, a 2002 "Journal of Dermatological Treatment" study noted that Vitamin B5 enhanced the repair of the skin barrier while reducing inflammation. It’s effectiveness in hydrating, soothing, healing and protecting skin makes it an effective ingredient for: acne, bed sores, minor cuts, diaper rash, contact dermatitis (produced when the skin comes in contact with irritants or allergens), eczema, insect bites, scrapes and sunburn.
Vitamin D3: Wound healing
Vitamin D is indispensable to the health, beauty, and longevity of the largest organ in the body: your skin. If adequate amounts of vitamin D are not available, your epidermal cells won’t form a watertight barrier that locks in moisture and keeps your skin soft and supple. As a result, the outer layer of your skin may become thinner and more fragile. It begins to sag from lack of adequate support. Dryness and wrinkles set in as moisture is gradually lost to the outside.Vitamin D3 regulates the expression of cathelicidin (LL-37/hCAP18) , , an antimicrobial protein that appears to mediate innate immunity in skin by promoting wound healing and tissue repair.