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Botnia

Kale Yeah Mask

$42

5 in stock

Description

Packed with vitamins and minerals, Botnia’s Kale-Yeah Mask is restorative for any skin type. Try mixing this mask with our Gentle Hydration Face Mask for maximum benefit.

Key Benefits – A blend of cold-dehydrated and powdered colloidal oatmeal and green kale create a mask that is loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to maintain healthy skin. 4oz.

How To Use

Start with freshly cleansed skin. Dilute mask as directed below. Apply diluted mask solution to entire face and décolleté. Let sit for 15 minutes. Rinse clean. Never apply mask directly to skin without diluting first.

Oily skin: Use equal parts mask powder and filtered water.
Dry or uneven skin: Use equal parts mask powder and goat’s milk yogurt.
Normal skin: Use equal parts mask powder and honey.

Ingredients

Kale – Brightens the skin and reduces inflammation.

Oats – Soothe and bind moisture to the skin.

Chamomile – reduces redness and calms any irritation.

A special blend of Cold Dehydrated and Powdered Curly Kale, Lacinato Kale and Red Russian Kale, Colloidal Oatmeal, and Cold Dehydrated Chamomile Flower.

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Botnia’s products are designed for your skin from start to finish. Their minimal use of hand-picked ingredients is chosed to pack the most punch while suiting your unique needs. We use their botanical extracts and compounds to custom-mix masks in our spa!

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