You love face masks. You love red wine. So it stands to reason that you’re going to love the new Clarifying Red Wine Mask from RAWKANVAS, one of our absolute favourite beauty brands that also happens to be eco-conscious and vegan-friendly.
Described as a ‘microdermabrasion, just bottled,’ this new self-heating red wine clay mask is packed with all-natural and vegan-friendly ingredients—including sauvignon blanc and pinot noir extract—and is best used with a glass of red wine in hand (ok that’s just our suggestion, but you know you want to).
This isn’t just any old clay mask however—it’s about to be your new go-to for luminous, baby soft skin. An active blend of halloysite clay from Matauri Bay in New Zealand, oil-absorbing kaolin, bentonite (volcanic rocks and ash), kiwi seed oil, kangaroo apple, kawakawa and those grape extracts, it’s designed to draw out all that pore-clogging dirt and oil while stimulating and polishing your skin to achieve a next-level glow. So prep that fluffy bathrobe and prepare to give your face some serious love.
You might have noticed we said the mask is ‘self-heating’—basically, the ingredients in this little jar of goodness go to work as soon as they come into contact with water, so you’ll feel them getting warmer, or even tingling, as they clarify your skin. All you need to do is apply a thin layer across a moist face, or you can dilute the paste with water if you’ve got sensitive skin. You can even just apply it to spots and blemishes. Five minutes later, wash it off and say hello to brighter, clearer skin.
Even before it was launched, the mask had a waiting list of over 25,000—but right now you can get your hands on it from RAWKANVAS straight away. A 60ml jar will set you back $54, but since you only need a small amount, you’ll get a few self-care sessions out of each mask.
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