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Goji Berry Vita Modelling Mask

299 kr
7 Reviews

This is an innovative rubber mask formulated with Goji berries and Algin to give the skin radiance and to improve the skin's texture. This mask has a pore tightening effect and acts as a deep cleanser while preventing moisture loss.

Main ingredients:

Algin extract from seaweed helps to moisturize dry skin and has an emollient effect.

Goji berry is rich in Vitamin C, which boosts skin vitality and has a brightening effect while preventing ageing. Goji berries contain about 500 times more vitamin C than oranges and are therefore very effective in reducing the signs of premature aging and assisting with radiance.

Diatomaceous Earth provides gentle exfoliation and removes dead skin cells and excess sebum from the skin.

Flavonoid is a powerful antioxidant that improves skin elasticity and texture, resulting in plumped skin.

It also contains Allantoin which has a moisturizing effect and contributes to healthy skin.

Please note that the video below shows the use of an equivalent mask. The color is not the same as this product.


Apply to cleansed skin after toner and/or essence that prepares the skin.

Mix equal parts powder with water in a bowl. Apply a thick layer evenly and thoroughly over cleansed face and neck using a spatula. Leave on for about 15-20 minutes until dry, then gently peel off the mask from below.

Finish by rinsing off any residue with lukewarm water or sweeping with a cotton pad soaked in toner.

Then continue your skincare routine with serum and moisturizer and/or night mask to lock the moisture from the mask into the skin.

Diatomaceous Earth, Glucose, Algin, Calcium Sulfate, Tetrapotassium Pyrophosphate, Lycium, Chinense Fruit Extract, Magnesium Carbonate, Adenosine, Allantoin, Ascorbic Acid, Betaine, Cellulose, Gum, Niacinamide, Potassium Alginate, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Trehalose, Aqua,Limonene, Butylene Glycol, Citrus Reticulata Peel Oil, Portulaca Oleracea Extract, 1,2-Hexanediol

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