Glow Getter Sheet Mask
NOURISH, HYDRATE & MOISTURISE YOUR SKIN
The Glow Getter Sheet Mask is an ultra-hydrating mask designed to deliver intense moisture and nourishment deep within the skin. Made from a blend of 100% natural clean ingredients, this sheet mask helps reduce puffiness and give skin extra life, glow and brightness. Unlike other conventional sheet masks that use harsh chemicals, the natural ingredients won’t leave your skin feeling dry or sticky. Instead, they absorb effectively into the skin and help to improve overall complexion and skin texture. Perfect for a pre-makeup pick-me-up or some late-night self-care.
- 100% natural
- No nasties
Aloe Vera, Dead Sea Salt, Glycerin, Green Tea, Pearl Water, Butylene Glycol (Organic Water Soluble Liquid), Glycerol, Glycyrrhiza Uralensis, Sargassum Fusiform, Hyaluronan, Avena Sativa, B-glucans, Nicotinamide (Vitamin B3), Xanthan Gum, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Yeast Ferment Extract, 1,2-hexanediol, Peg-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil
- Free from synthetic chemicals
- Apply to clean skin
- Align the holes in the mask with your eyes, nose, and mouth
- Apply excess serum to neck or chest
- Leave on for 15 minutes
- Once 15 minutes is up, remove the mask
- Apply a moisturiser if desired, for maximum effect
Will this sheet mask help with reducing puffiness and redness?
Although this mask is designed to improve skin hydration, it can also help reduce facial puffiness, redness and inflammation. To further support this, we recommend placing the sheet mask in the fridge overnight so that the cooling sensation is able to help further refresh and calm the skin.
How often should you use this sheet mask?
For best results we recommend 3-4 times a week.
Do you have to wash your face before using a sheet mask?
Yes! Sheet masks work their best when applied to a clean face as this allows all the natural ingredients to absorb efficiently into the skin and work their glow-getter magic. If applied to skin that still has makeup or other heavy creams/serums on it, you may experience clogged pores.
Should you wash your face after using a sheet mask?
It’s recommended not to as this will remove some of the highly nourishing ingredients that are helping hydrate the skin. If you find you have excess serum left on your skin after removing the mask, you can gently massage what’s remaining into your skin.