Natural Algae Eye Mask Twin Pack
Our Natural Algae Mask instantly lifts the skin, providing a visual improvement to slackening skin. The mask naturally restores the skin’s elasticity and firmness using a combination of mineral packed sea kelp and calcium that stabilizes the skin’s barrier.
This Lifting Eye Mask & Hyaluronic Acid Activation Liquid 13L in an innovative twin pack with 2 eye pads.
Apply for 15 minutes under the eyes and feel an instant lifting effect to the eye zone, which is revitalized and deeply hydrated.
Ideal for home use or professional treatments in a cabin: press fluid chamber, turn around & peel off foil, apply to skin for 15-20 minutes.
Our Natural Algae Mask is a vegan formula that is suitable for all skin types.
Scroll down to discover more details on our active ingredients and our proven clinical results.
- Gives an instant lifting effect to the eye zone
- Plumps and fills lines & wrinkles
- Revitalizes the eye area
Alginate (Marine Polysaccharides)
The alginate in our Native Algae Mask is derived from brown algae which plays a significant role in fighting skin ageing. Our hero ingredient can also absorb more than several hundred times its weight in water and forms a gel like consistency on the skin once hydrated. This gel like mask seals in moisture and helps to tighten the skin.4
Calcium is one of the fundamental skin nutrients that helps to balance our skin. In healthy human skin an epidermal calcium-gradient is build, which is important for controlling the maturation of corneocytes, differentiation of keratinocytes and cell turnover. Additionally, calcium is known to stimulate a variety of processes including the building of water channels (Aquaporins) and the reactivation of the cohesion between cells (e.g. formation of desmosomes).1-3
Hyaluronic Acid is capable of binding up to 4000x its own weight in moisture.
It is one key part of the connective tissue filling gaps between skin cells.
It acts as a gel cushion by padding the skin from within, giving skin volume and make it look firmer.
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