Evolve Radiant Glow Organic Mask

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A face mask that smells good enough to eat? Consider us sold. What’s more, this mask delivers an instant veil of radiance to the skin as it hydrates, brightens and exfoliates in just five minutes.
£24.00
 
 
 
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The Radiant Glow Mask is a cacao-scented rich, glow-giving organic face mask that leaves the skin revitalised, brightened and luminous. It’s a fuss-free mask to remove as the natural sugar extracts turn the formula into a milk that is easily rinsed off on removal, revealing smooth and hydrated skin.

 

Key ingredients:

Raw cacao is rich in antioxidants to protect the skin and increase hydration

Sweet almond oil is rich in Vitamins A, E & B and richly moisturises the skin without being greasy

Coconut shell powder helps to gently exfoliate the skin

 

How To Use:

Apply a thick layer to skin and rinse off after 5 minutes.

Use once a week or as skin needs.

 

Editor’s notes:

The Radiant Glow Mask is 100% natural, vegan, hand-crafted and ideal for all normal | dry skin types.

Why we love it

A face mask that smells good enough to eat? Consider us sold. What’s more, this mask delivers an instant veil of radiance to the skin as it hydrates, brightens and exfoliates in just five minutes.

A new must-have weekly mask for radiant skin.

Every Evolve Beauty product is handmade in England in small batches to preserve the efficacy and freshness of each and every product. All of the products are vegan, cruelty-free and eco-friendly. We love the innovative use of ingredients that works wonderfully and smell delicious (we're looking at you, cacao!) as well as the apothecary-style packaging.

Ingredients List

Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil*, Glycerin*, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Shell Powder, Kaolin, Theobroma Cacao Seed Powder*, Prunus Amygdalus (Sweet Almond) Seed Oil*, Sucrose Laurate, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Flower Water*, Vanilla Planifolia (Vanilla) Fruit Extract*, Tocopherol, Sucrose Stearate, Sucrose Palmitate. *ingredients from organic farming