Tingling Mud Mask Acne-Prone Skin
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THE GIST: The bentonite clay, zinc oxide and tea tree oil in Tingling Mud Mask work hard to smooth acne prone skin.
WHY WE LOVE IT: Sometimes our skin just needs a little extra attention when we're dealing with bumps and breakouts. With a minimal ingredient list, Rosen's tingling Mud Mask targets pesky acne flare ups with the power of Zinc Oxide to detoxify skin. Use Tingling Mud Mask 2-4 times a week to reveal clearer skin for days.
2 FL OZ
GREAT FOR: Acne, Age Preservation, Dullness, Dryness / Hydration, Oil Control / Pores, Hyper-Pigmentation, Redness, Uneven Skin Tone, Soothing, Anti-oxidizing. Great for all skin types. Sensitive skin? Swatch test prior to use.
OTHER NOTES: Troupe Safe Science. All of the good stuff and none of the nasties like parabens, PEGs, sulfates (SLS/SLES), GMOs, mineral oils, petrolatum, synthetic colours, or animal testing.
We want you to feel good about your purchase - so we offer free returns on any unopened items for up to 14 days after your package gets to your home!
HOW TO USE:
Always apply to a squeaky clean face with clean hands. Apply an even layer to entire face and gently rub in. Let sit for 15-20 minutes and rinse with water. Spot remove any remaining product with a soft towel.
Use 2-4 times a week.
Bentonite Clay: Helps detoxify impurities and bust up breakouts.
Zinc Oxide: The Stone Cold Steve Austin of acne-fighting ingredients. Acts as a natural astringent for active bumps and breakouts.
INGREDIENTS: Bentonite Clay, Water (Aqua), Denatured Alcohol, Zinc Oxide, Castor Oil (Ricinus Communis Seed), Tea Tree (Melaleuca Alternifolia Leaf) Oil
ABOUT THE BRAND:
Rosen is built for beating acne. Jamika Martin has created a line that lives and breathes the message that acne doesn't have to be expensive to resolve or complicated to fix. Rosen's friendly packaging tells it like it is and frankly, it's refreshing to see a beauty brand that focuses so much on resolving acne not feel so "sterile". Rosen also gets that individuals get to decide how much time we spend on our routines, no need to be beholden to a 10-step skincare routine if you don't want to.