Fragrance Free Dermatologically tested

Clay mask 100 ml

Deep cleansing mask that minimises pores

EUR 30.00

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Available, delivery time 2-5 days

Cleansing and refreshing mask, pore-minimizing, evens out

Ecooking’s clay mask contains iris extract, zinc salt and vitamin A to cleanse, refresh and reboot the skin. The combination of active ingredients also helps to reduce redness and the sebum production responsible for oily skin. Pseudoalteromonas Ferment Extract, a peptide extracted from Antarctic mud and also known as Antarcticine, regenerates and protects as well as improves hydration.

Also contains ingredients that enhance the revival of the cells in the skin, e.g. vitamin A.

Apply the Clay Mask 1-3 times a week or when needed. Cleanse your skin, apply the mask on dry skin in an even layer all over your face. Avoid going too close to your eyes. The Clay Mask can be applied on neck, back and décolleté, if you have blemish-prone skin these places. Let the mask work until it’s completely hardened and remove with lukewarm water.

The mask can be applied with fingertips or brush. Some prefer brush due to hygiene. Use a serum or a day or night cream afterwards.

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April 28, 2021 11:06

My number one mask! My skin feels super relaxed afterwards and it is smooth. Fould not ask for more.

April 28, 2021 11:06


Delivered in a 100 gram reusable plastic jar. 

Illite**, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Water*, Kaolin**, Cucumis Sativus Floral Water*, Aqua**, Monmorillonite**, Propanediol, Pseudoalteromonas Ferment Extract**, Retinyl Palmitate**, Iris Florentina Root Extract**, Zinc Sulfate, Sodium Salicylate, Potasium Sorbate, Alcohol**, Caprylyl Glycol, Phenoxyethanol, Citric Acid**, Sodium Benzoate 

* = organic · ** = natural 

NB: There might be small differences between the informative labelling on our website and the product you receive. This is due to our continuous effort to improve our products according to the latest knowledge about the effect of the ingredients on the environment and health.