Organic Coconut Milk is rich in vitamin C and is amazing for nourishing the skin, firming the skin, and preventing acne. Rose Kaolin Clay is a versatile clay that is great for all skin types--including sensitive skin! It is a soothing ingredient that reduces both inflammation and irritation.
Get creative and mask the day away! Some ideas for liquid include: water, apple cider vinegar, aloe juice, rose water, lavender water, tea tree water etc.
Directions: Stir in 2-3 tablespoons of desired liquid until a clay forms. Apply onto skin with clean fingertips after cleansing (and exfoliating!), avoiding the eye area. Leave on for 5-20 minutes. Use warm washcloth or rinse with warm water.Tips:
Do a spot treatment on scars, oncoming blemishes, and blackheads to see them become relieved!
Leave the mask overnight as a spot treatment for extra stubborn or emergency pimples and scars!
The ingredients in this masque increase blood flow and circulation to the skin. Some redness may occur, this is normal and will dissipate in 20-30 minutes.
The Yoga Mat Spray thoroughly cleans your mat while infusing therapeutic essential oils into your workout. The team at Pure & Peaceful paired relaxing lavender and refreshing lemongrass essential oils with natural, botanical ingredients to create a deliciously scented, must-have addition to your practice. This on-the-go 3.4oz bottle is convenience-sized, so you can bring it to all your favorite classes.
Made from high-quality essential oils and natural ingredients.
Great for: Spraying on the mat before class to experience harmony and bliss. Spray after class to clean your yoga mat while maintaining its nonslip surface.
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Why go cruelty-free with your skin care? Majority of the skin care items currently on the market are actually both tested on animals and contain animal by-products. Ingredients such as glycerin, collagen, animal hair, or shellac, are prevalent in cosmetics and their production harms the animals. Read more here.
So get into the routine of implementing more cruelty-free essentials into your skincare routine!