Tuesday, November 22, 2011

I try: Grown Wheatgerm, Gingko & Cranberry Facial Masque


If you check in here often you’ll know that I’m a big fan of Grown Skincare, and love to recommend their products for reasons that rage of the ingredients to the methodology and their beautiful retro-fabulous packaging.
Their latest release to catch my eye is their Wheatgerm, Gingko & Cranberry Facial Masque, which is a deeply purifying clay masque, specially formulated to detoxify skin, improve firmness and replenish lost nutrients. After just a couple of weekly applications my skin started to show some serious love, and the formula is just delicious to use.
What makes this puppy so spectacular is its ability to cleanse and purify skin using a range of bio-active ingredients, which help the natural repair mechanisms in skin to function optimally. The stellar line up includes:
• Superfine white clay to draw out deep impurities, removing excess sebum and dead skin cells. Due to it’s high mineral content, clay has the ability to absorb excess oils, dirt and harmful toxins to unblock and clean pores, while rejuvenating skin and stimulating blood circulation.
• Powerful antioxidants, gamma-tocotrienols and asta-xanthin from cranberry seed to help protect skin against oxidative stress, preserving the dermal layer and collagen network
• Ginkgo and centella, rich in bioflavonoids and free radical scavengers to help purify the skin and protect it against premature ageing
• Wheatgerm rich in vitamins A, E, D, and essential fatty acids help restore skin elasticity, reduce pore size and improve delicate facial skin firmness and tone.

It left my skin with a serious glow on after just one try, so imagine what this can do for you over time! It would be especially beneficial for teenage and oily skins too, as it’s gentle but super effective. Like all clay masques, this should be applied with soft circular motions to help it get into the pores – then sit back, relax and watch it do its work.
To locate your nearest stockist or for further information visit their very cool website here.

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