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introducing the first of our “in your face” line of dry facial masks, afterglow. afterglow is suitable for all skin types and is full of beneficial ingredients that will help soothe, refresh, and cleanse your skin. each jar comes with a mini cosmetic spatula and contains 60g of face magic.

You should get at least 8 masks from each jar.

what is in my afterglow mask?
white kaolin clay & illite: white kaolin clay is known as the most gentle of the kaolin clays. suitable for all skin types, it will soften and exfoliate without drying the skin out. illite clay is highly absorbent and will help tone, tighten and smooth the skin.
rice flour: used for centuries, rice flour helps to absorb excess oils and lighten, tighten, exfoliate and soften the skin.
colloidal oatmeal: is known for its anti-inflammatory properties and helps soothe the skin.
rosehip powder: a natural source of vitamin c, rosehip helps to brighten and rejuvenate and reduce the signs of ageing.
chamomile & lavender powders: anti-inflammatory and antibacterial. both will help soothe & rejuvenate the skin. lavender is great for oily and sensitive skin types.
liquorice powder: helps lighten and brighten the skin tone. helps fade blemishes and dark spots and soothe the skin.
aloe vera powder: high in antioxidants and vitamin c aloe vera helps soothe the skin & lighten blemishes.
witch hazel: an anti-inflammatory and a natural astringent that helps tighten the skin and soothe the skin.

how do I use my afterglow mask?
your afterglow dry facial mask is so simple to use, all you have to do is hydrate your mask then apply it to your face. you can do this in a few easy steps. first add about a teaspoon of afterglow to your palm or a small non-metallic bowl. slowly add water or another liquid to the powder, mixing until you create a smooth paste. apply this gently to the face using your (clean) fingers or a flat-bristled makeup brush being careful to avoid the eye area. leave until it starts to dry, usually about 10 – 15 minutes, then before the mask gets dry and flaky remove it with warm water by gently massaging it away with your fingers or a soft face cloth.

what liquids can I use to hydrate my afterglow mask?
you can hydrate your mask using water (distilled water is best) or choose another liquid beneficial to your skin type.
you could try tea, apple cider vinegar, hydrosols or floral waters, coconut water, yoghurt, honey or a blend of these. your options are almost limitless (within reason, of course), just make sure you choose a liquid that will make your skin type happy. if you have sensitive skin it’s best to start with water before experimenting with other liquids.
we will be introducing some floral waters that can be used in conjunction with our dry mask range.


kaolin clay, oryza sativa (rice) flour, illite clay, avena sativa (oat) kernel flour, matricaria recutita (chamomile) flower, rosa canina (rosehip) fruit powder, glycyrrhiza glabra (liquorice) root powder, lavendula angustifolia (lavender) flower powder, aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf powder, hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel) leaf powder


with our “in your face” dry mask range you decide how to make your mask. you can use water or any liquid beneficial to your skin type. add your liquid slowly to a small amount of mask powder. mix to a paste then apply to your face – avoiding the eye area. leave for about 10 minutes then, using warm water, remove mask from face before it sets.


patch test before use. if irritation occurs, rinse and discontinue use. avoid contact with eyes. for external use only. keep away from children.


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