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Solal2x 50ml Exfoliating Mask


Retail: R440
Excludes shipping
ETA: 3-5 working days
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SOLAL®’S EXFO MASK is a self-heating exfoliating and hydrating mask which mechanically and enzymatically helps to remove dry old skin surface cells. It helps soothe, absorb oily impurities, nourishes and moisturises.

Product Features
  • Exfoliates

  • Rejuvenates
  • Hydrates
  • Nourishes
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Reduces visibility of fine facial lines
  • Immediate smoothing effect
  • Antioxidant action
Product Specifications
  • 2x 50ml
  • Ingredients:
    • Micronised zeolite crystals which mechanically help remove dry old skin surface cells.

    • Papaya enzymes assist in loosening and eliminating dry old surface skin cells by dissolving the inter-cellular substance that holds the cells together. Water is key in activating the enzymes.
    • Bisabolol helps soothe the skin from the impact of the exfoliation and has anti-inflammatory properties.
    • Kaolin helps absorb and remove oily impurities and is self-heating when absorbing water.
    • Peach kernel oil is rich in essential fatty acids and vitamin E, which helps nourish and moisturise the skin.
  • Usage:
    • Step 1: Spread an almond-size amount of the paste all over the face then proceed with small circular movements for 2-3 minutes. Note: Massage gently. Do not sensitise the skin, especially the cheeks and eye areas. Concentrate the exfoliating action on the thicker-skinned areas like the T-panel and neck.

    • Step 2: Add water to activate the enzymes then perform a few more circular movements. Leave product on the skin for 2-10 minutes, depending on the skin’s sensitivity level, allowing the papaya enzymes and active ingredients of the mask to exert their beneficial effects. Rinse the skin thoroughly with luke warm water. Skin will feel hydrated. Hand treatment.
  • Storage:
    • Store at or below 25°C. Keep out of reach of children.


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