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Vita Mask

NOURISHING AND FIRMING MASK

Vita mask contains vitamin liposomes which maintains the vitamins in their active form and are released by applying on skin. The liposomes contain vitamin E, vitamin A palmitate and vitamin C, which are well known as antioxidants. Also, Vitamin A and C are known for their ability to boost elastin, collagen and keratinocyte. Our mask also contains squalane. Squalane is one of the most common lipids produced by human skin cells, which is a natural moisturizer.

Apply to a clean face and massage as needed. Can also be applied by using electrophoresis instrument.

Ingredients: WATER; CASTOR OIL; SODIUM ACRYLATE / SODIUM ACRYLOYLDIMETHYL TAURATE COPOLYMER & ISOHEXADECANE & POLYSORBATE 80; ISOPROPYL MYRISTATE; SQUALANE; SODDIUM HYALAURONATE; CYCLIPENTASILOXANE & DIMETHICON; PROPYLENE GLYCOL; GLYCERIN; CAPRYLIC\CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE; TOCOPHERYL ACETATE; PANTHENOL; RETINYL PALMITATE; POLYSORBATE 20; PHENOXYETHANOLÐYLHEXYLGLYCERIN; WATER & PHOSPHOLIPIDS & TOCOPHERYL ACETATE & RETINYL PALMITATE & ASCORBYL PALMITATE; CHAMOMILLA RECUTITA FLOWER WATER; CALENDULA OFFICINALIS EXTRACT; TRITICUM VULGARE GERM OIL; PERSEA GRATISSIMA OIL; FRAGRANCE; TETRA SODIUM EDTA; BORAGE (BORAGO OFFICINALIS) SEED OIL; HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES FRUIT OIL; TRIETHANOLAMINE; SWEET ALMOND OIL (PRUNUS AMYGDALUS DULCIS)

RETINYL PALMITATE- Vitamin A is a fat soluble vitamin that is stored in our liver. It contributes to normal growth and development while keeping our eyes, skin and immune system healthy. Vitamin A plays a key role in maintaining health. Retinyl palmitate (vitamin A) is the normal form used for application on the skin and has great anti-ageing, superb anti-oxidant and moisturizing capabilities.

TOCOPHERYL ACETATE- Vitamin E is an antioxidant that protects body tissue from damage caused by unstable substances called free radicals. Free radicals can harm cells, tissues, and organs. They are believed to play a role in certain conditions associated with aging. Because of its ability to quench free radicals the term "protector" has been used to describe the actions of vitamin E. Studies have shown that vitamin E reduces UV-induced erythema, edema, sunburn cell formation, and lipid peroxidation. Clinical improvement in the visible signs of skin aging has been documented with significant decrease in skin wrinkling. This may be also due to the excellent moisturizing effect of vitamin E. While tocopherol is the primary active form of vitamin E, it's esters such as vitamin E acetate and sorbate have also been shown to be very active. Esters, however, need first to be converted into the more active form in the skin. It has been reported that vitamin E in combination with vitamin A produces increased storage of vitamin A when applied topically. This sparing action is another valuable benefit of vitamin E. These data validates the popularity of vitamin E as antioxidant, moisturizing and rejuvenating ingredient.