Sulfur Mask 10% 60ml
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For Oily and Acne-prone Skin
No Animal Testing
A therapeutic mask specifically formulated for acne-prone skin. It is made with Sulfur, which helps to breakdown blackheads and whiteheads and also acts as an antibacterial agent. Sulfur causes the skin to dry and peel, allowing for the regeneration of fresh, new skin. It also contains Bentonite and Kaolin, which help to draw out impurities and clear the skin of excess oil and dirt. This mask is used to reduce inflammation of the skin, fight bacteria, absorb excess oil, and exfoliate dead skin cells. If skin feels too dry or uncomfortable, follow application with a small amount of Acne Moisture Balancing Cream.
Sulfur is one of the best active ingredients to clear acne breakouts due to its natural anti-bacterial properties. It has the ability to draw out impurities from the skin, including excess oil, and helps to cleanse the pores and clarify skin. Sulfur helps dry out the surface of your skin to help absorb excess oil (sebum) that may contribute to acne breakouts. It also dries out dead skin cells to help unclog your pores.
Our mask is 10%
What are the benefits of Sulfur?
It is the third most abundant mineral in the human body. Sulfur seems to have antibacterial effects against the bacteria that cause acne. It also might help promote the loosening and shedding of skin. This is believed to help treat skin conditions such as seborrheic dermatitis or acne.
How To Use
1. Gently massage into clean, wet skin for two to three minutes, or until mask turns light blue.
2. Allow skin to dry for approximately 10 minutes.
3. Rinse with warm water and pat skin dry.
4. If the cooling or tightening sensation is too strong, simply rinse the mask off immediately.
5. Follow with the Clear Moisture if using acne line or EGF Rejuvenating Serum and EGF Renew Crème.
Many Doctors say this sulfur mask “soothes acne-prone skin and helps prevent future breakouts.”
Active Ingredient: Sulfur 10% Also Contains: Purified Water, Kaolin, Bentonite, Butylene Glycol, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Glycerin, Zinc Oxide, Polysorbate-20, Titanium Dioxide, Diazolidinyl Urea, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Fragrance.
Can you use a sulfur mask every day?
Although it is safe to say that sulfur is a drying agent, it is not an aggressive agent like other acne products. Sulfur acne facewash or using sulfur acne mask can help you have clear skin without causing any irritation and redness if applied once a week.
Does sulfur help acne scars?
Scars. If you have a history of acne breakouts, chances are that you might also have a few acne scars. Because sulfur dries up and removes dead skin cells, it could — in theory — reduce the appearance of scars too. However, sulfur shouldn't be your first line of treatment
Are sulfur masks good for acne?
Sulfur Is Best for Mild to Moderate Acne, but it is good for inflammatory acne as well as comedonal acne. ... Sulfur is found in a wide array of skincare products, including soaps and cleansers, lotions, masks, and spot treatments. It's also a staple acne treatment at many skin spas and salon
How long does sulfur take to work on acne?
Sulfur treatment, when used regularly, is effective in the treatment of acne. It may take 1-8 weeks for an improvement to occur in the skin, depending on the severity of each case. For better results with Acne, we recommend you use this product in conjunction with our Clear Line.
Can you use salicylic acid and sulfur at the same time?
Precautions. When using salicylic acid and sulfur combination medicine, do not use any of the following preparations on the same affected area as this medicine, unless otherwise directed by your doctor.
Does sulfur reduce redness?
Using facial masks, such as those that contain sulfur, can help to draw impurities out of the skin and help reduce redness. Sulfur can kill blemish-causing bacteria and help with gentle exfoliation
Can I use sulfur and benzoyl peroxide together?
Do not use benzoyl peroxide and sulfur topical during treatment with tretinoin (Retin-A). The combination could lead to severe skin irritation. Do not use other topical prescription or over-the-counter products unless directed to do so by your doctor.
Does skin get worse before it gets better?
It's very common for acne to get worse before it starts getting better. This is usually because the skin tends to go through a detox phase. The breakouts that happen during this time were going to happen anyway, they've just gotten a bit of a nudge, along with the change of skincare routine. ... Your skin is on a cycle.