Probiotic Glacial Clay Mask by ÉTYMOLOGIE
This powerful dry mask formula works to clarify, decongest and brighten the skin. Mineral rich glacial clay and white kaolin clay draw out excess oil and impurities from the skin. Pure Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) brightens the skin, and a blend of fruit powers and malic acid work together to enzymatically and chemically exfoliate the skin. Shelf stable probiotics work to enhance your skin’s microbiome, helping to reduce redness and acne formation.
Made in Calgary. Formulated in Montreal.
Kaolin Clay, Glacial Clay, Bacillus, Ascorbic Acid, Lactic Acid, Musa Paradisiaca fruit extract, Musa Paradisiaca fruit extract, Psidium guajava fruit extract, Mangifera Indica fruit extract, Carica papaya fruit extract, Ananas Comosus fruit extract, Citric Acid.
How to Use
Mix 2-3 tsp. of powdered formula with 1-2 tsp. of water. Apply a thick layer all over the face, avoiding the eye area. Let it dry and work its wonders for 10 – 15 min. Rinse off with lukewarm water. Use up to 3 times per week.
The sachet can be recycled in your recycling bin in Canada. Check your local municipality for accurate recycling information.
Étymologie uses carbon-neutral packaging for all of their products.
End of Life
Étymologie was founded by Raquela Cheesmond as a solution for her sensitive, acne-prone skin and the desire to create a sustainable, high-performance skincare line. Her inspiration and passion for sustainability, green beauty and science all started while studying biochemistry and food science at McGill University in Montreal. Sustainability is a key driver behind Étymologie, from the natural and organic ingredients they source to the infinitely recyclable glass bottles and carbon-neutral packaging they use.
This product is packaged in a glass bottle that is reusable or recyclable in single-stream recycling. Étymologie uses carbon-neutral packaging for all of their products.