Wildflower Face Mask - Calming Flower Petals & Clay

$30.00
A calming + restoring petal mask made with nourishing blooms & rose kaolin clay.
Ingredients: Rose kaolin clay, yarrow, calendula, chamomile* (*Organic ingredient)

Naturally exfoliate, soften, & restore nutrients with this luxurious flower-powered clay mask.

A soft, fragrant bouquet of calendula, chamomile, and yarrow petals soothe, nourish, and calm redness and inflammation in the skin. Rose kaolin clay gently exfoliates and draws impurities out while you relax and your mask works for you. The Wildflower Face Mask is a perfect match for folks with sensitive skin.

SMELLS LIKE

A warm spring breeze kissing your cheeks.

 


Key Ingredients

Yarrow

Yarrow grows wild throughout Southeast Alaska, thriving along forest edges and near fresh water. Yarrow's fragrant blooms & leaves carry anti-inflammatory and astringent properties, helping to reduce redness, puffiness, or irritation on the skin.

Rose Kaolin Clay

This velvety earthen clay lightly exfoliates the skin while naturally drawing away impurities as your masks dries and is then rinsed off.

Customer Reviews

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Lacey Hagedorn
Too good not to share this review!

I’m typically not the review type but I had to tell you my thoughts on the new wildflower clay mask. The skin on my face is always so dry and prone to redness that I didn’t even want to try a mask. Mask I’ve tried in the past irritate the heck out of my skin. However knowing this was created with hand-foraged local plants and natural ingredients from Alaska made me think “why not?” Fast forward to wiping the mask away...what little redness I previously had on my face has toned down, the flaky dryness is gone, and my face feels so incredibly smooth.

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Wildflower Face Mask - Calming Flower Petals & Clay
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