Thousand Petals – Flower Acid Resurfacing Mask
"A powerful fusion of flower acids, fruit acids and soothing botanicals, in a base of white kaolin clay. This creamy velvety mousse is a regal treat for your skin. Peppered with exquisitely milled bamboo powder, it elegantly polishes and peels to reveal luscious petal-soft skin."
Thousand Petals celebrates flower acids, a natural source of pyruvic acid harvested from the chalices of the karkade flower. We combine this gentle yet effective chemical exfoliant with a synergistic blend of fruit acids, to stimulate cell renewal activity at your skin's own pace.
Finely milled bamboo powder subtly polishes your skin to remove any remnant dead skin cells, so you can bask in the brilliance of your skin.
Thousand Petals sits in a base of detoxifying white kaolin clay and is accompanied by natural humectants aloe vera leaf juice, glycerin, hyaluronic acid and propanediol, so it stays comfortably on your skin without drying out, a rare treat for a clay-based mask.
We include a medley of calming botanicals - plantain leaf, comfrey leaf and jasmine extracts - to neutralise potential irritation and minimise downtime. We also add free radical fighting antioxidants - bearberry, pomegranate and apple extracts - to brighten up uneven skin tone, making this a real multi-tasker.
Tips from CJ
On days your skin feels congested, use Thousand Petals as a quick mini treatment. Apply a thin layer and massage gently for 10-20 seconds, before rinsing it clean.
Spread a liberal amount on clean, dry skin. Leave on for 10-15 minutes to activate the flower acids and fruit acids. As you rinse off with warm water, massage subtly to polish away dead skin cells. Use 1-2 times a week depending on your skin’s needs. Easily sensitised skin might experience a slight tingle.