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A Skin Treat From the Tropics

A Skin Treat From the Tropics

 

Brazilian Supermask from Artifact Skin Co.

Artifact Skin Co. is a husband and wife duo based in Hamilton, Ontario, who make skin care products featuring ingredients from around the world. Today, we're taking your skin on a tropical adventure to the Brazilian rainforest...

Long ago, the people of the Brazilian Amazon discovered the healing benefits of cupuaçu and acai fruit to promote energy and vitality, and treat wounds. These superfruits contain powerful antioxidants, vitamins, essential fatty acids and amino acids, to help reinforce skin’s natural defences. (Source: Artifact Skin Co.)

Who It's For

This mask is for those with congested skin, and those in search of a healthy glow.

Why It's Special

Amazonian white clay removes dead skin cells and impurities, while babuassu oil soothes and moisturizes dull, dehydrated skin. Cupuaçu and acai complete your tour of Brazilian beauty secrets with a superfood shot of nutrients.

How To Use It

Using the included mask brush (that takes your masking experience to a whole other level!), smooth a thin layer over cleansed skin. Leave on 10 to 15 minutes and rinse with lukewarm water. Apply your skincare as usual.

What to Pair It With

Since you've already got your mask brush, complete the luxury experience with a supersoft microfiber headband and konjac sponge, followed by Amal Prickly Pear Oil for an extra antioxidant boost.

Personalized Advice

Not sure whether the Brazilian Supermask will be right for you? Book a virtual skin care consult with our aesthetician, Melissa Menard. She'll discuss your skin concerns and goals with you and create a custom skin care routine just for you.

 

 

Debra Purdy is the owner of ShopEco, a voracious reader, and a bona fide skin care fanatic. Current skin care obsession: Artifact Egyptian Honey Rose Mask. Current read: Relax, Dammit! by Timothy Caufield.

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