*Formerly Sea Kelp Coral 2oz* Address your redness and irritation at their root with our Intensive Recovery Mask. This mask is great for providing soothing relief for issues ranging from sunburns to aesthetic treatments.
How it works
- Provides a source of antioxidants
- Reduces redness and irritation
How to use it
Apply to the face once a week after cleansing. Leave on for 10 minutes. Rinse throuroughly with warm water.
Laminaria digitata kelp extract is fermented in our proptietary process to release a variety of nutrients which can be used by the skin.
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