Revitalizing Skin Treatment
Hydrating mask formulated with Vitacell® for radiant, firm skin. Provides immediate and prolonged results. Excellent source of hydration following treatment or air travel, as well as for mature or hormone-affected skin.
- Deeply hydrates for visibly firmer, plumper skin.
- Provides skin with a velvety texture and healthy glow.
- Dramatically improves skin tone and elasticity.
- Instantly restores moisture after exfoliation or microdermabrasion, or when skin is dehydrated due to weather or a journey.
Vitacell® : A herbal yeast concoction that boosts the skin's oxygen supply, for a younger, firmer and more radiant appearance .
Glycerin: This emollient helps maximize skin's moisture level. Glycerin absorbs moisture in the air and draws it to the skin, promoting healthy hydration.
After cleansing, apply to face, neck and back of hands. Leave on for 20 minutes and rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water, or leave on overnight. Avoid eyebrows and hairline as product may have a lightening effect.
Water, Propylene Glycol, Glycerin, Yeast Extract, Hydrogen Peroxide, Carbomer, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium EDTA, Caprylyl Glycol,
Phenoxyethanol, Hexylene Glycol.
Question: Why should I use an O2 mask knowing that I want to avoid free radical damage?
Answer: By using the O2 mask, we promote greater oxygen consumption by our skin. High oxygen consumption is one of the benefits of exercise, but this increased oxygen supply only affects the muscles. Unfortunately, playing sports does not increase our skin's oxygen consumption. Since high oxygen consumption helps firm and tone the skin, we added an oxygen enhancer to O2.
Oxygen free radicals are a completely different molecule. Chemically speaking, it is three oxygen atoms that come together to form an unstable molecule represented by the chemical formula O3, which is a different formula than oxygen (O2). O3 can cause many destructive changes in cells, including cell aging and skin cancer. By increasing the level of O2 in the skin using the O2 lifting mask, we contribute to healthy skin, rather than tissue oxidation (this is the term used to talk about the 'O3, not O2).