The Anti blemish bio cellulose mask is a dual-segment bio cellulose mask designed for inflamed acne/blemish prone skin. Each part contains a unique formula to target zone-specific impurity triggers; the upper mask treats diet & hair product related spots and regulates sebum while the lower part concentrates on calming inflammation & irritation caused by hormonal acne.
The upper & lower part are both potent with a blend of plant derived organic acids with broad antimicrobial and pH regulating activity. They also contain Micro Algae to condition the skin & reduce inflammation; Rosemary to balance the microbiome; and Lactic Acid to gently exfoliate & brighten.
In addition to all these acne-fighting ingredients, the upper part of this mask is rich in the ALPAFLOR complex; a sebum-controlling flavonoid that decreases pro-inflammatory cytokines hence reduces sebum production & the size of pores without causing dryness or irritation.
The lower part of the mask contains 2 additional unique complexes to specifically address inflammation:
1. PIXALIA® which is an active ingredient with anti-inflammatory & antioxidant properties. It reduces seborrhea in acting on specific lipids associated with acne, improves quality of sebum & reduces inflammation.
2. Skinasensyl which is a pure tetrapeptide that is able to inhibit the nerve response to external stimuli by decreasing the release of pro-inflammatory neuro-mediators.
I use the mask once or twice a month, usually 10 days before my period, to keep my skin clear & 𝐩𝐫𝐞𝐯𝐞𝐧𝐭 breakouts, you can use either part individually based on your skin status. I do get hormonal acne around my chin so I benefit more from the lower part of the mask. The mask perfectly adheres to skin & feels refreshing; it regulates oil production, so right after using the mask pores look noticeably smaller and the skin looks firmer. This mask is not a quick fix for pimples, you need benzoyl peroxide for that! but it definitely helps to keep breakouts at bay via oil control, reducing inflammation, and combating the C.acne bacteria.