Flower Of The 5 Wounds Sensitive Hydrating Facial Masque

(100 g - 3.5 oz) 080303-100

£40

An intensely hydrating & healing masque for dry sensitive skin, infused with 8 certified organic extracts, leaving skin soft, smooth and radiant.

Water-free

Alcohol-free

Oil-free

 Nut-free

Vegan

Gluten-free

Soy-free

Cruelty-free

Essential oil-free

Organic

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20.5% 

Hydrate and refine your skin with Flower Of The 5 Wounds, a water-activated facial masque. Formulated to deeply replenish dry skin and help calm stressed complexions. Organic active extracts of Marshmallow and Aloe Vera help sooth skin while restoring optimal hydration. Gentle White Clay offers exceptionally high mineral content, excellent at absorbing excess oil, leaving softened skin.

a. Directions

Use weekly on cleansed damp skin. Mix a teaspoon of powder with a few drops of water, work into a paste. Apply to face avoiding eye area. Leave on for under 10 minutes. Remove with water.. Follow with 2-3 drops of Flower Of The 5 Wounds Sensitive Facial Oil, or Balm, to lock in hydration and prolong effects. Do not allow water to enter container. If contact with eyes occurs, rinse thoroughly. For external use only. Keep out of reach of children.

b. Ingredients

*Kaolin, *Microcrystalline Cellulose, *Montmorillonite, **Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Milk Powder, *Sodium Hyaluronate (Hyaluronic Acid), **Passiflora Incarnata (Passionflower) Flower Extract, **Althaea Officianalis (Marshmallow) Root Extract, **Centella Asiatica Leaf/Stem Powder, **Hibiscus Sabdariffa Flower Powder, **Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Liquorice) Root Powder, **Trifolium Pratense (Red Clover) Flower Extract, **Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder, **Maltodextrin, **Acacia Senegal Gum

*COSMOS Approved Raw Material, **Soil Association Organic Standard

c. Additional

A tip for those with extra dry skin; try applying a spritz of organic floral water (such as rose water) whilst wearing the masque. This will keep the masque active, and prevent the clay from drying. Alternatively try using the masque whilst bathing or showering.

What's in a name? Giacomo Bosio, a 17th century monastic scholar, named passionflower 'flower of the five wounds'  so-called in reference to the 5 stamens of the flower resembling the 5 wounds of Christ. We feel this name is symbiotic with the oils skin rejuvenating properties

 

Passion Flower (Passiflora)
Passion Flower ( Passiflora)