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Superkind Radiance Mask

A creamy, gel-like mask that’s infused with a delicate blend of Self-Neutralizing AHA’s that replenish moisture and gently exfoliate to revive dull, stressed skin and reveal a healthy-looking, radiant complexion.

$68.00 Excl. tax

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  • Best for reactive, stressed, sensitive, or dry skin

    This formula is hypoallergenic, derm tested, and vegan. Free from: gluten, wheat, soy, and nut derivatives, fragrances, essential oils, and 85+ common allergens and irritants.


    How to Use
    Apply a thick layer over face and neck. To activate this formula, massage into the skin until it turns white. Leave on for 20 minutes, then rinse with warm water.

    High-Performance Botanical Ingredients

    This gentle mask revives dull, dry skin without irritation to reveal a healthy-looking glow. Mild AHAs exfoliate and microbiome-balancing prebiotics support a healthy skin barrier.

    Hypoallergenic. Fragrance Free. Derm Tested.

    Free from 85+ Skin Stressors
    No Sulfates, No Harsh Exfoliants, No Soy
    No Beta-Hydroxy Acids, No Tree Nuts, No Wheat
    No Gluten, No Fragrances, No Essential Oils

    Ingredients for Delicate Refining
    Self-Neutralizing AHA Blend
    White Kaolin Clay

    Ingredients for Microbiome Balancing
    Sugar Prebiotic

    Ingredients for Barrier Support
    Sugar Carbohydrate Complex
    Calendula Flower Bud
    Olive Oil Liquid Crystal Complex

    Ingredients to Soothe Stressed Skin

    100% of the total ingredients are from natural origin.
    30 % of the total ingredients are from Organic Farming.
    COSMOS ORGANIC certified by Ecocert Greenlife according to COSMOS Standard.

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