GoW White Honey,
Bamboo Fermentation and
Pineapple Enzyme Mask
Method of Application
First, give yourself 10 minutes to enjoy this beautiful, healing and relaxing mask.
Apply a thin to medium layer of this mask to your face and neck. Let dry or remove when still moist.
Remove product with a soft washcloth and tepid water.
List of Ingredients
- additional hydration
Aloe Vera Gel (Organic) and Aloe Vera Juice
- inhibits some strains of bacteria
- has a very high iron content and is excellent for detoxifying and nourishing the skin
Freshly Ground Pink Rose Petals (Organic)
- suitable for all skin types
- especially valuable for dry, sensitive or aging skins.
- leaves a beautiful feel to the skin barrier
- non-invasive skin carrier protectant
Benefits of Zemea® propanediol include its purity, lack of irritation and sensitization, and environmentally sustainable nature. Derived through a corn sugar fermentation process. Approved by Ecocert™ and certified by the Natural Products Association (NPA), Zemea® is a 100% natural ingredient
- used to enhance epidermal slip as it is considered a "natural" source of silicone without the undesirable silicones that so many can't tolerate for a variety of reasons
- containing bromelain enzymes (aka protelytic enzyme), this offers an efficient, non-abrasive exfoliation
Hawaiian (rare) Organic White Honey
Our supplier uses a cold, centrifugal, extraction process to get Rare Hawaiian Organic White Honey from the comb into the jar. This cold extraction process allows the naturally occurring enzymes to remain intact and active in the honey.
- is a probiotic-based preservative created by the fermentation of Lactobacillus in a defined growth medium. Lactobacillus is one of the species of microorganisms used to produce fermented products such as sauerkraut and kimchi, a Korean dietary staple from cabbage. Like many members of the lactic acid bacteria family. Lactobacillus is capable of restricting the growth of other microorganisms by acidifying its environment. However, in addition to acidifying its environment, Lactobacillus also produces novel antimicrobial peptides, also known as bacteriocins, that are capable of providing broad spectrum antimicrobial protection.