This face mask gently purifies the pores thanks to white clay, while oat flour and avocado oil care for the skin.
Oat flour: soothes and smoothes the skin. Supports the natural function of the skin barrier.
Avocado, almond and macadamia oils: moisturising and replenishing properties.
Soothing complex: combination of soothing green algae, milk thistle and tulsi (Indian basil).
Once or twice a week, apply a thick layer to a cleansed face. Leave on for 7 to 10 minutes and rinse off well. Avoid direct contact with eyes and mouth.
EXPERT TIPS AND TRICKS
- In the morning, CARA RESCUE helps to remove excess sebum and dirt from the night, whilst also soothing and smoothing the skin. This mask perfectly prepares you for the day ahead. Follow with our CARA RISE and/or CARA CARE to protect your sensitive skin from external pollutants throughout the day.
- In the evening, CARA RESCUE absorbs external pollutants and excess sebum to help achieve purified and cleansed skin. Follow with our CARA BALM with its regenerating and restorative ingredients that help to strengthen the skin barrier overnight – so your skin is ready to face the next day.
GOOD TO KNOW
Sensitive skin is not a skin type but a skin condition. There is a distinct difference between skin type and condition: Skin types are mainly genetically determined by the individual sebum production and size of the sebaceous gland. Skin conditions are also partly determined from genetics but mainly linked to internal (e.g. hormones, stress) and external factors (e.g. sun, environmental pollutants). A change of the skin type due to external factors is highly unlikely while the skin condition can change according to these factors. Skin conditions like dehydration and sensitivity can happen in all three skin types: normal to dry, normal and combination to oily skin.
Sensitive skin can also be prone to breakouts and needs mild yet effective products with cleansing, clearing and anti-inflammatory properties. Impurities are often caused by dead skin cells or dirt that can clog the pores. The result: the sebum cannot flow freely, it accumulates and closed or open blackheads (comedones) form. If the affected area becomes inflamed due to bacterial influence, pimples develop.