Unique shimmering face mask with pore clarifying charcoal and clay. The combination of niacinamide, zinc gluconate and rose extracts rebalances irregularities, soothes the skin and helps to achieve a refined complexion.
French pine charcoal & clays: absorbs excess sebum, dirt and effectively purifies the skin.
Niacinamide: rebalances uneven skin tone and reduces discoloration whilst improving the elasticity of the skin.
Rose water, rosa gallica extract and zinc gluconate: balancing and soothing.
Once or twice a week, apply a generous layer to cleansed skin. Avoid direct contact with eyes and mouth. Leave on for 10 – 15 minutes and rinse thoroughly with water. Remove product residue and balance the skin with a face toner if needed.
EXPERT TIPS AND TRICKS
We love double-masking! This means combining two masks together that have each have different effects. You can do this by simply applying one after the other onto your whole face to maximise results. To start, we recommend applying our COCO WOW French Pink Clay Mask that absorbs excess sebum, and follow with our ROSE REFINE Charcoal & Clay Clarifying Face Mask that deeply clarifies the pores and helps to achieve refined and soft skin. You can then follow with a face toner like our ROSE BREEZE Balancing Toner and a moisturising product like our ROSE VELVET Balancing Day & Night Face Fluid.
DID YOU KNOW?
The ingredient niacinamide offers very beneficial properties for combination to oily skin. Niacinamide helps to regulate excess sebum production, helps to reduce the size of pores and improves impure skin.[1,2] Furthermore, it improves the appearance irregularities like hyperpigmentation, acne scars, uneven texture and skin tone.[3,4] Thus it helps to improve the overall appearance of the skin.
For the ROSE REFINE Charcoal & Clay Clarifying Face Mask we have chosen a concentration of 1% niacinamide – the combination with 1% zinc gluconate, rose extracts and clays rebalances irregularities, soothes the skin and helps to achieve a refined complexion.
 Biedermann, K. et al: Regulation of sebum production by niacinamide. 60th Annual Meeting American Academy of Dermatology, New Orleans, 2002
 Bissett, D.L. et al: Niacinamide – a B Vitamin that Improves aging facial skin appearance. Dermatol. Surg. 31 (2005), 860–865
 Hakozaki, T. et al: The effect of niacinamide on reducing cutaneous pigmentation and suppression of melanosome transfer. Br. J. Dermatol. 147 (2002), 20-31
 Greatens, A. et al: Effective inhibition of melanosome transfer to keratinocytes by lectins and niacinamide is reversible. Exp. Dermatol. 14 (2005), 498-508