|Patting Splash Mask|
Energy Yellow Citrus & Honey
Shop natural Korean skin care at Glow recipe.
This 'splash mask' contains a blend of lactic acid
and botanical extracts
for an instant soft and glowing effect.
Soothing & Healing Green Tea
A concentrated blend of lactic acid
and botanical extracts in each splash mask
work to re-texturize and smooth skin instantly
and increase radiance over time.
This Blithe Patting Splash Mask is formulated
with green tea extract and tea tree leaf oil
to quickly soothe and calm irritated skin.
The splashing, then patting action helps the mask
to absorb quickly and efficiently
for a quick and easy treatment that puts the face mask
practically on the go.
Rejuvenating Purple Berry
A new innovation in masks called 'splash masks'
- add to water,
splash onto face and pat in for instantly softer,
smoother skin and glowing, supple appearance.
A 20 minute mask ritual now condensed
into 15 seconds for an at-home spa treatment
that fits into any schedule for a natural, quick glow.
|[How to use]|
Your 15 second masking experience:
Pour a capful of splash mask in the shower
and splash and pat on the face,
avoiding the eye and lip area.
Then use the water from the shower to splash
and rinse off the face. Repeat a few times.
After shower, follow with usual skincare steps.
Another method of use is
to pour a capful of splash mask
into a clean bowl of water
(the ideal ratio of formula to water is 1:100,
so a capful requires 700ml of water).
Stir with finger tips,
then use to splash generously onto face.
Gently pat face until damp, not wet afterwards.
Follow with usual skincare steps.
Each bottle has enough splash mask formula
for 30 uses.
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|- Condition : NEW|
|- Contents : 150ml|
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|# MFD or EXP?|
Date on the product can be EITHER the manufactured date OR the expiration date.
If you see the Korean word "제조," then it is the manufactured date.
If you see the Korean word "까지," then it is the expiration date.