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A drawing Mask,
Helps Clear Complexion,
Absorbs Oil.

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Problem Skin Mask
1.5 oz.  Item R449


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  • Effective formulation absorbs oil but doesn't over-dry skin.

  • Helps clear complexion.

  • May be used immediately following removal of Clearing Mask.

  • Unblemished oily skins love it also, because it leaves an oily skin feeling cool and clean.

A drawing mask that absorbs excess oil and fights blemishes and impurities. Mineral water from the Dead Sea area serves as its base and adds mysterious extra benefits to troubled skin. Zinc oxide, sulfur and camphor are its major ingredients and work in ideal proportions to fight harmful bacteria and help clean and clear. Propylene gycol helps avoid "over-drying". This mask should be used a few times a week and is an important part of our overall treatment program for blemished skin.

"Drug Store acne masks" generally over-dry skin through a combination of benzoyl peroxide, sulfur and resorcinol. Sulfur, an important anti-bacterial agent is included in our formulation too - but instead of additional "over-drying" chemicals, it is balanced by natural camphor to fight impurities by stimulating circulation, as well as camphor's general activity against oily skin. Zinc oxide also adds antiseptic and soothing properties.

Apply to cleansed skin. Leave on 20 minutes. Rinse off with lukewarm water. For stubborn problems, first use Clearing Mask #R422 for two weeks to soften blackheads prior to the "drawing" action of the Problem Skin Mask.

Mineral water, SDA Alcohol 39, Zinc Oxide, Sulfur, Camphor, Propylene Glycol, Carboxy Methy Hydroxyethyl Cellulose, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Methyl Paraben.


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