Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask
This luscious face mark cleanses and intensely hydrate your skin.
Manuka honey with its antibacterial properties is a traditional remedy of the New Zealand Maori people. The manuka honey draws moisture effectively to your skin to hydrate it intensely. This facial mask delivers an intensely moisturising, cleansing and antioxidising treatment. It is the ultimate solution for spots and blemishes. Fragrances of vanilla pod and mandarin linger to bring peace and balance to your aura.
Direction: Smooth thick layers of this creamy mask over your face and neck twice weekly. Leave for 15 minutes then rinse with warm and pure water. Also ideal for treating spots and blemishes as they may arise.
Beauty Ingredients: Manuka Honey Active, Pohutukawa
Fragrance: pure plant-based frangrance from vanilla & mandarin
Suited to most skin conditions, especially blemish-prone
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