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Zemits Silkentox Light Nourishing & Detoxifying Clay Mask for High Frequency Treatment, 6oz
The first professional Clay Mask mix designed for High Frequency Treatments to hit the market.
Dead skin cells, excess oil, and other debris can clog pores, causing blackheads, whiteheads, and blemishes.
The Silkentox Clay Mask from Zemits helps to remove impurities and produce a clear, beautiful complexion.
When the Silkentox mask dries, it creates a perfect conductor layer for smooth and even penetration of the High Frequency Energy.
Benefits of Zemits Silkentox:
While High Frequency develops ozone anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory layer over the skin, the Zemits Silkentox deeply cleanses and lightens the skin with nature's best ingredients.
Detox and brighten the skin with a natural cleansing experience.
This Clay Mask is blended with Spirulina, Kelp, and Aloe extracts to create exceptional skin nourishing and cleansing outcomes in this skincare product.
- Pores that are enlarged
- Pigmentation Excessive
- Lines and wrinkles
- Skin that is oily
Formulated Without Cruelty
- Exfoliates dead skin cells gently.
- Decongests pores, removes impurities, and aids in the removal of excess oils.
- Soothes and calms the skin
A breakthrough compound derived from Kelp and Spirulina softens and smoothes the skin while also preventing dehydration and battling bacteria that cause breakouts.
Mineral-rich clays penetrate deeply into pores to draw out toxins and impurities while absorbing excess oils to help minimize shine and create a stunningly matte face, while high-frequency energy combats acne-causing bacteria.
This wonderful combo also clears existing blemishes, prevents future breakouts, and unclogs pores while acting to regulate excess sebum production and fortify pore walls to help prevent them from expanding out in the first place.
How to use:
1. Thoroughly cleanse the skin.
2. Apply a thin coating of SilkenTox Mask to the face, neck, and décolletage in a uniform layer.
3. Leave the mask on for about 5 minutes to dry it up.
4. Once the mask is dry, begin your High Frequency Treatment according to the user's manual instructions.
5. When the HF treatment is over, use a hot cloth to remove the residual SilkenTox Mask.
6. Moisturize your skin and use a sunblock with an SPF of 30 or higher.
Seed Oil from Vitis Vinifera (Grapeseed)
Extract of Macrocystis Pyrifera (Kelp)
Extract of Spirulina Maxima (Spirulina)
Leaf Juice of Aloe Barbadensis (Organic Aloe)
Frequently asked questions
Can you tell me about the advantages of utilizing a clay mask?
Clay masks are a natural skin care product created from our mother earth that has been around for millions of years. Deep cleansing, detoxifying pollutants, decreasing the appearance of pores, adsorbing excess oil, controlling oil production, and fighting acne blemishes are all advantages of applying a clay mask.
What is the purpose of a clay mask?
Because clay is naturally negatively charged, it can effectively remove pollutants and heavy metals from the skin. Clay absorbs impurities such as dirt, excess oils, and dead skin cells from your pores as it dries. Cation exchange and adsorption are the scientific terms for this process. More information on how clay works can be found here.
Are Clay Masks Beneficial to Acne?
Yes! Clay masks are beneficial for acne because they absorb impurities that cause outbreaks, so applying one as part of your normal routine can help prevent future breakouts. Clay is also anti-inflammatory, so it can help with existing outbreaks. Some forms of bentonite are even antibacterial, which helps to battle acne-causing germs stuck in your pores.
Is it possible that a clay mask will cause me to break out?
Yes, at first, a clay mask may induce a breakout. It's fairly uncommon to have a breakout the next day. However, this may be a positive thing. What was clogged in your pores is being brought to the surface by the clay. It's a reaction to the product if the pimple appears in a different region than usual. If it's in a regular blemish region, on the other hand, it's your skin purging, which is a wonderful thing! If your clay mask is causing you to break out, here's what you should do.
Is it true that clay masks are helpful for sensitive skin?
Regularly using a clay mask once a week can help those with sensitive skin disorders like eczema and rosacea. Clay masks are a wonderful alternative if you have sensitive skin that reacts to certain chemicals frequently. Especially if it's a dry clay mask that you prepare yourself and know there aren't any extra components in it. Which clay masks should you use if you have sensitive skin?
If I have dry skin, can I use a clay mask?
Clay masks work well in removing and absorbing pollutants from the skin. Just because you have dry skin doesn't mean you don't need to cleanse it thoroughly. Choose a clay with a smaller expansion capacity, such as rhassoul clay, for dry skin. To add a moisturizing element to your clay mask, use oils. If your skin is dry, don't keep the clay mask on for as long; instead, try 5 minutes.
Do clay masks help with eczema?
Bentonite and green clay from France have a reputation for being healing clays. Its anti-inflammatory characteristics and capacity to absorb pollutants from the skin make it a good eczema treatment. Here's all you need to know about clay and eczema. Use bentonite clay as a mask, detox bath, or poultice for eczema.
Do clay masks help with rosacea?
Clay masks may be an excellent, natural therapy for rosacea, just as they are for eczema. Rosacea is frequently caused by a skin irritant, thus a clay mask can be an excellent skin detox to remove pollutants from your pores. The best clays for rosacea are kaolin and rhassoul clay.
Is it true that clay masks are helpful for oily skin?
Clay is quite absorbent. Clay is effective in removing not only debris and dead skin cells caught in your pores, but also excess oil. Clay will absorb excess oils from your skin while also assisting in the regulation of ongoing sebum (oil) production. Here's why your skin is oily and why clay masks are beneficial to oily skin.
What causes my face to turn red after using a clay mask?
A common source of redness after a face mask is leaving your clay mask on until it's completely dry and cracked. Remove the clay mask before it dries the next time. After using a clay mask, you may experience some redness, especially if you used a french green clay, bentonite, or rhassoul clay. In about 30 minutes, the redness will go on its own.
Is it possible for a clay mask to cause skin irritation?
A clay mask should never cause your face to feel "burned." A tingling or constricting sensation is quite natural. If you have a burning feeling after using a face mask, check the rest of the ingredients in your clay face mask.
How do clay masks draw out impurities?
Adsorption is the mechanism through which clay masks remove pollutants from your skin. It adsorbs, or adheres to, the contaminant in this case. Those contaminants will be removed from your skin when the clay is gone. Adsorption and cation exchange are the mechanisms by which clay masks work.
Can clay masks help to reduce pore size?
Clay masks, particularly french green clay, can help to minimize the appearance of pores. Although you can't modify the size of your pores, a clay mask can help to remove pollutants from them and enhance the flexibility of the skin around them. Your pores will look better as a result of this. Here's how to do it.
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