This pudding textured mask looks good enough to eat, but once you see how it brightens and softens the skin with rice extracts, you’ll want to save every last dollop for your face. This cult favorite wash-off mask is inspired by the Korean tradition of women washing their face with leftover rice water, long prized for its brightening and softening properties. Rice extract stimulates skin cell metabolism, removes dead skin cells, smooths wrinkles, and deeply hydrates skin. Try this totally addictive rice mask with a bouncy, rice pudding-like texture and add some fun to your weekly masking sessions.
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After cleansing, massage gently onto damp skin, or for more sensitive skin types, mix with water or hydrating toner and apply. Avoid skin around the eyes and lips. After 10-15 minutes, rinse with lukewarm water.
This nature-focused roadshop beauty brand believes that food that is good for one’s health is also good for one’s skin. To that end, they strive to make “delicious cosmetics” from “delicious foods,” formulating their skincare, makeup, hair and body products to retain as much of the original benefits of foods like French Burgundy grapes, Brazilian brown sugar, royal black honey, bitter greens, avocado, and eggs. With bestsellers like their Black Sugar Mask and Royal Honey Propolis Essence, Skinfood leverages 60 years of beauty knowhow and works with farmers around the world to find the best food sources grown with environmentally conscious methods.