Improves cell metabolism, energising and brightening the skin
Ascobic Acid (Vitamin C)
Inhibits the formation of melanin
Brightens the skin significantly
A natural anti-oxidant
Calcium Sulphate (96%)
Acts as a curing agent
Reacts with water to create heat on the skin
Promotes blood circulation
How to use
After cleansing the face, apply the base cream to the entire face.
Put a base cream on the eye (including the eyebrows) and lay a damp cotton pad on the lips. Cover the entire face in gauze.
Mix 150ml of water with 300g of the powder Stir and apply starting from the cheek, T-zone, to smaller areas of the face.
If the mixture becomes hot and the customer feels discomfort, remove the mask and then continue application.
After about 25 minutes, gently remove the cooled mask.
Calcium sulphate 96%, Vitamin C Ascorbic acid, Wormwood 3.8%
Hard Modeling Pack vs Soft Modeling Pack
Soft Modeling Packs are masks that can be peeled off in a flimsy layer. Commonly, they are used to purify or add hydration to the skin.
Also known as Hot Modeling Packs, Hard Modeling Packs form a hardened layer due to its main component being plaster of Paris. (As it grips the skin, it is recommended to use a gauze as a barrier on the skin to prevent direct contact.) As the mask cures, a calcination reaction occurs, locking in heat to allow the skin to absorb nutrients from other products. This heat also promotes skin metabolism and micro-circulation.