The cold, wind, sun, and genetic factors contribute to the appearance of red blood vessels just under the skin’s surface. This causes unsightly red threads, forming a visible mesh. Broken blood vessels are a serious cosmetic defect, masking them is tedious, and improper care results in rosacea. Strengthening the skin’s structure and taking care of already visible vessels is more beneficial. Couperose skin is the most susceptible to rosacea, which appears in women around the age of 35. It is manifested by visible spider veins, edema, eczema, and pimples. Rosacea is difficult to cure, and alleviating its symptoms requires comprehensive care, natural cosmetics, a change of diet, and lifestyle. Red clay is intended for the care of couperose skin and gently cleanses it. Regular use of clay masks helps maintain the skin in good condition.
HOW TO USE :-
Mix a small amount of red clay with lukewarm water and apply it to the face and décolletage. You can add a few drops of natural oils to the mask, which have a great effect on the skin’s defense functions – for example, argan oil, which perfectly regenerates the skin and supports anti-inflammatory processes. Leave the mask on the face until it completely dries, but no less than 10-15 minutes; if the clay dries too quickly before that time, gently moisten it on the face with a damp cloth or sponge. Rinse the mask off the face gently with lukewarm water, and for oily and combination skin, you can additionally perform a gentle exfoliating massage. Use the clay mask regularly – about twice a week.