Vivid White Sheet Mask AVAIAVLE Now in Australia - Another Celavive® Brightening Product

Achieve Glowing Results with Vivid White Sheet Mask

Indulge in a luxurious, spa-like facial experience as you infuse active ingredients into your skin with the Celavive Brightening Vivid White Sheet Mask. Designed to work with your daily brightening routine, this face mask should be used three times a week to instantly turn up the wattage on your natural glow.

The potent formula of Vivid White Sheet Mask penetrates deep into the skin’s surface to immediately boost radiance with each use. It’s saturated with powerful brightening ingredients that improve the appearance of unwanted skin discoloration, balance your skin tone, and reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles.

Niacinamide and a touch of licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) in the mask are joined by Palmaria palmata extract to target discoloration. This marine-source ingredient supplies unique compounds from a red algae, also known as “dulse.”

Algae contains many biochemical compounds and nutrients that are beneficial for the skin. Palmaria palmata delivers proteins, lipids, and sugars that hydrate as they boost radiance. Research has shown this antioxidant-rich algae soothes and reduces the visible effects of spending time outdoors. And it works to fade the appearance of dark spots and even out skin tone (studied in Asian and Caucasian skin).

Vivid White Sheet Mask also drenches your skin in nourishing moisture that helps skin appear plumper and more youthful. Shea butter (Butyrospermum parkii) and jojoba-seed oil (Simmondsia chinensis) hydrate, rejuvenate, and refine to give your skin an instantly radiant and luminous look. It’s perfect for those times you really want to glow.

Usage

Gently apply mask to clean, dry skin. Remove mask after 20 minutes and massage any excess product into skin. Follow with Celavive serum or moisturizer.

 

More information on Celavive® Brightening Products on AsktheScientist. 

 

 

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