Have you ever used a freeze-dry collagen mask? Regular use of Collagen Fiber Masks helps smooth fine lines and wrinkles, calm and soothe irritation, restore skin vitality, and leave the skin feel supple, softer, and younger.
Collagen Fiber Face Mask with Hyaluronic Acid is specially formulated to help dry, dehydrated, and mature skin conditions and for sensitive skin that is easily irritated.
Collagen is hydrating and anti-irritant. Hyaluronic Acid occurs naturally in the dermis, has excellent water-binding capabilities. Once the liquid activator is applied to the mask, it takes on the form of transparent second skin. The outstanding hydration properties of Collagen Fiber Masks are especially beneficial for dry, sensitive, irritation-prone, and aging skin. Incorporating Collagen Fiber Masks into facial treatments can improve the absorption of additional active ingredients and clients will notice a visible improvement in their skin’s appearance.
How does it work?
- Cleanse and tone face thoroughly.
- Place the Mask over the face and mark the nose and chin position. (Diagram A)
- Make an inverted “T” cut at the nose position.
- Cut a triangular piece from below the chin position (for Step 8).
- Fill a 2-oz squeezable bottle with Phyto Mask Activator.
- Apply an ampoule or a serum according to skin condition.
- Position the trimmed Mask on both sides of the face. Start slowly applying the Phyto Mask Activator to one side of the face while press lightly to adjust for a comfortable position. Repeat on the other side of the face.
- Cover the nose area with the triangular cut piece (from Step 4).
- Use the Phyto Mask Activator prepared in Step 5 to moisten the Mask. (Diagram C)
- Use a sponge or esthetic wipe to prevent the Activator from dripping off. Press lightly to ensure a close fit and smooth out bubbles.
- Repeat Steps 9 & 10 until the Mask is saturated with Phyto Activator.
- Activate the Mask by gently pressing with fingertips to release and mobilize active ingredients. In Diagram D, wet cotton pads are applied over the eyelids to ensure the mask has contact with the eyelid. Alternatively, one could put a cotton pad (saturated with distilled water) on the eyes first, before applying the mask. This is for people with very sensitive eyes. (Diagram D)
- Leave on for 20-30 minutes.
- Remove the Mask by rolling it down from the hairline.
- Algae – aka seaweed, anti-free radical properties
- Allantoin – anti-irritant, healing, & soothing; non-allergenic
- Borago Officinalis – aka borage, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic
- Camellia Sinensis Leaf – aka Green Tea, antioxidant, reduces puffiness
- Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) – aka Chamomile, anti-inflammatory, hypoallergenic
- Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Fruit – refreshing, tightening, moisturizing, strengthens skin9s acid mantle
- Equisetum Hiemale – aka Horsetail Extract, strengthens connective tissue
- Gingko Biloba – antioxidant, helps diminish couperose condition
- Glycyrrhiza Glabra – aka Licorice, depigmenting; anti-irritant
- Hydrolyzed Glycosaminoglycans – aka Mucopolysaccharides; strong moisture-binding
- Hypericum Perforatum – aka St. John9s Wort; anti-inflammatory, & soothing
- Panthenol – aka Vitamin B5; humectant; tissue-repairing; non-comedogenic
- Rosa Canina Fruit – aka Dog Rose Hips, rich in vitamin C (antioxidant)
- Sodium PCA – non-comedogenic, a natural moisturizing factor
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