The Yuja Niacin line has been designed and formulated for skins with blemishes and hyperpigmentation problems, effective products to lighten, brighten the tone, act on the signs of old scars without forgetting hydration and skin care. Yuja Niacin Mask is a tissue mask soaked in the precious Yuzu serum and niacinamide, deeply infuses the skin with many vitamins and natural active ingredients for a hydration boost and to reveal a clear and radiant skin. It is a Vegan certified fabric mask and delicately adheres to the skin directly providing the effective ingredients.
Package Contents: 25 g
Handle the closed package in your hands to distribute the serum well in the tissue. Then apply the mask on cleansed and toned face skin so that it adheres well and leave it on for 10-20 minutes. Then remove, and tap to allow the serum to be absorbed. The remaining serum in the pack can be used for neck and décolleté.
Yuja extract (Yuzu), a popular citrus fruit in Asia, contains several antioxidants, including vitamin C, carotenoids and flavonoids. Helps reduce inflammation, promote skin lightening and collagen synthesis, which can help prevent wrinkles
Extracts and natural oils to ensure and preserve the right level of hydration
Niacinamide, a form of Vitamin B, improves skin elasticity and lightens hyperpigmentation
Glutathione acts as a powerful antioxidant and modulator of melanin production, with lightening, detoxifying and emollient properties.
Tocopherol (vit E) has a powerful antioxidant action, nourishes the skin, eliminates blemishes and redness, gives greater elasticity to the tissues and provides correct hydration. Finally, it protects from harmful UV rays
Lotus Flower Extract, with antioxidant, illuminating, lightening and moisturizing properties thanks to its amino acid and vitamin content
Vitamin C, known as ascorbic acid, is a powerful antioxidant and photoprotective used in cosmetics for its ability to counteract the effects of skin aging, including relaxation and loss of elasticity, but also discoloration and spots.