Alabaster Face Mask
ACHIEVE A HEALTHIER pH for your skin with our Alabaster Face Mask. Rich in triglycerides and helpful fatty acids, this Sealuxe product hydrates, brightens and nourishes the skin—balancing our pH and soothing irritations.
INFUSE AND SOOTHE your skin with Vitamins A, C and E from bladderwrack (fucus distichus) from the Pacific Northwest.
HEAL your skin with the antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties of the oil from the Calendula flower.
Add one tablespoon of the face mask powder and one teaspoon of water. Mix together until a paste is formed. Apply with your fingers or a brush, spreading to cover your face. Let sit for 15 minutes while the ingredients work to regulate your skin’s pH, while hydrating and brightening for a healthy glow.
kaolin clay, colloidal oats, dulse (seaweed), calendula flower, alpha-hydroxy acid, triglycerides
Comes in a 1 oz. glass bottle
Nt.wt. 12 grams
Alabaster Face Mask
Our Alabaster face mask is rich in tri-glycerides and fatty acids including alpha-hydroxy acid. It's perfect for regulating skin's pH, soothing irritation, helping with hydration, brightens and nourishes.
*This is a great starter mask for those with skin sensitivities.
How to Use
Add one teaspoon of the face mask powder and one teaspoon of water. Mix together until a paste is formed. Apply with your fingers or a brush, spreading to cover your face. Let sit for 15 minutes while the ingredients work to regulate your skin’s pH, while hydrating and brightening for a healthy glow.
Customize your face mask by replacing the water with honey + water to draw out toxins; yogurt, milk, avocados and bananas for added moisture, our Seaweed and Rose Toner and/or one of our facial oils for rejuvenating tired skin.
Instead of using chemicals to preserve our products we make small batches fresh.
Instead of contributing to plastic pollution we use biodegradable, reusable or recycleable products.
Instead of using synthetic fragrance, we use essential oils, natural plant essence and flavours or nothing at all.
Instead of using colour dyes we use clays, plants and mica minerals to create our colours.