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ALLANTOIN

Allantoin is an effective anti-irritant for the skin, calming and soothing sensitive areas. It has been used to effectively promote wound healing and cell regeneration.
This chemical actively prevents TEWL (transepidermal water loss) by assisting skin cells to retain water. Allantoin works to tighten and make your skin feel plump and soft - and who doesn't want that!
Allantoin's non-irritating qualities make it an excellent addition to anti-ageing products for those with sensitive or easily irritated skin.

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ALMOND OIL

Almonds aren’t just for snacking on or adding to trail mix. This nutty oil also significantly benefits your skin! We use almond oil as a staple ingredient in our yellow clay mask for these reasons.. Reduces puffiness and under-eye circles, improves complexion and skin tone, treats dry skin, improves acne, helps reverse sun damage and also reduces the appearance of scars! Almond oil has been used for thousands of years to soothe, soften, and repair the skin. Due to its anti-inflammatory and emollient properties, as well as its high nutrient content, it makes the list for our clay mask!

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ALOE VERA

Aloe Vera is a powerful skin soothing anti-inflammatory, reducing redness and irritation. Aloe vera's moisturising properties are twofold. "The leaf of the aloe vera plant is rich in water, particularly in the innermost layer, so it helps to hydrate the skin and lock in moisture.

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CAMELLIA SEED OIL

Camellia oil’s unique composition of oleic acids and vitamins provide multiple benefits for your skin. Deep Hydration and Nourishment
The vitamins provide incredible nourishment to your skin, leaving it looking and feeling velvety. Because tea seed oil mimics your skin’s natural oil, your skin absorbs it quickly. It also penetrates deep through the epidermis. Reduction of Redness and Inflammation
Camellia seed oil is laden with antioxidants that help to calm inflamed and irritated skin. This may help minimize acne. Antioxidants also protect your skin from future damage from free radicals.

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COCONUT FLESH EXTRACT

There is nothing nuts about Coconut Flesh Extract.
Coconut extract is taken from the meat of the coconut and used in our Clay Mask for its hydrating and nourishing properties. Coconuts are rich in fatty acids, and when applied to the skin, it helps repair your moisture barrier. Kick out the bad, lock in the good.
Coconut Flesh is a humectant, attracting moisture to the surface of your skin.
You can thank us later.

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KAKADU PLUM

Our Clay Mask superstar superfruit, Kakadu Plum is native to Australia and is one of the highest natural sources of Vitamin C in the world.
Kakadu Plum is purifying by name and protective by nature. This plant works to remove buildup and flush out toxins and everyday bacteria by detoxifying your skin.
Kakadu is our saving grace for your beautiful face, improving uneven skin tone and reducing the appearance of wrinkles.

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KAOLIN CLAY

Kaolin Clay rehydrates and repairs through its enriching kaolinite mineral. Due to the soothing properties of this clay, it is suitable for all skin types.
Kaolin is a drying agent in our Clay Mask, but more than that, it gently purifies and detoxifies the pores without stripping your face of its natural oils.

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MACADAMIA OIL

Derived from the flesh of the macadamia nut, our lightweight macadamia oil is rich in impressive antioxidants, carrying essential fatty acids, vitamins and other nutrients - like a superfood for your skin.
Macadamia Oil is high in monounsaturated fatty acids, including Oleic Acid (Omega 9), which are very moisturising, regenerating and softening on the skin.
Macadamia Oil is equally absorbed as it is adored by your skin.

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SOYBEAN

Improves your skin texture. Soy contains antioxidant compounds known as isoflavones, which may play an important role in reducing the appearance of skin aging and helps to fight:
Firms (and plumps).
Hyperpigmentation.
Redness and damage from the sun.

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TITANIUM DIOXIDE

Titanium dioxide works as a UV filtering ingredient in sunscreen – it helps protect a person’s skin by blocking absorption of the sun’s ultraviolet light that can cause sunburn.

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TURMERIC CURCUMIN

Curcumin, the goldenrod spice (better known around the house as Turmeric) has long been recognised for its flavouring abilities and celebrated for its medicinal properties.
Turmeric has received interest from both the medical/scientific world and culinary enthusiasts alike, as it is the major source of the polyphenol curcumin. Curcumin has been said to improve UV damage as a natural antioxidant, with antibacterial properties to reduce the appearance of acne.
Curcumin [C.I.75300] produces Maskerade's signature vibrant yellow colour.

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ADDITIONAL INFROMATION


The Linoleic Acid (Omega 6) in Macadamia nut oil helps to restore the skin’s barrier function and reduce water loss.
Also contains Palmitoleic Acid (Omega 7), an active anti-microbial that is found naturally in youthful skin. Palmitoleic Acid (Omega 7) levels in our skin reduce with age, contributing to the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and weathered skin.
Macadamia Oil has been shown to slow the signs of ageing and has also been used to improve the appearance of scars, sunburn, and other minor skin irritations.