Skin Type: Ultra Sensitive, Reactive, Dry, Lackluster, Mature, Irritated, Post-Procedure
- 18 active ingredients
- 2 oz quantity provides enough to use product once weekly for 2 months
- Creamy mask made with potent, liquid herb extracts and unrefined oils
Our thickest, richest recipe yet, this formula is manna from heaven for dry, stressed, sensitive, and inflamed skin. Hydrating herbs blend with a generous helping of restorative oils, oatmilk, and cupuacu butter to assist skin from deep within.
We begin with freshly infused organic oatmilk, a moisturizing powerhouse that has been well known for centuries as a traditional skin remedy. What our grandparents didn't know was that Beta-glucans were part of why it works so well. Beta-glucans are special sugars from oats and mushrooms capable of penetrating deeply through multiple layers of skin which means hydration in places other ingredients may not reach. Add to these nifty qualities the fact that they can improve the appearance of redness and inflammation and the humble oat starts to seem far more exciting.
Mushrooms are another key Beta-glucan source and we've included a hefty helping of beautiful Reishi and Maitake mushrooms to complement the oats. To all this we add organic St. John's Wort, Astragalus, Self Heal, and Passionflower to assist the pickiest skin.
That's already a good boost of hydration but we didn't stop there. Cupuacu butter is an Amazonian rainforest superhero of moisture retention for skin, sealing in what skin needs due to its rich phytosterol content. It softens, conditions, and fortifies skin with more than 10 antioxidant compounds as well.
Organic oils of Baobab, Pomegranate, Perilla, and Pumpkin make a synergy to nourish skin after exposure to sun and wind, or to improve the appearance of chronic inflammation. Together they offer up some beautiful results that improve the look of resilience and even fine lines.
A once a week mask with Lavish and your skin will be feeling like it has had the star treatment. If you suffer from chronic winter dry skin, redness, roughness, and flakiness this mask will be your jam. Even for normal skin types it is a softening, luxurious indulgence. Lavish has become a huge customer favorite for very good reason.
Lavish was originally formulated as a mask but it has so many more uses that we've discovered over time! You can also use Lavish as a leave-on moisturizer for dry skin, a deep conditioning mask for hair, and even a hand and body moisturizer. Multitasking beauty is a big trend, and we love the environmentally friendly and budget friendly aspects of using one product to do more. Check out our article detailing these additional uses.
Lavish also won the Best Face Mask Award from Healing Lifestyles and Spas in their 2017 Earth Day Beauty Awards.
Lavish - Loving Recovery Beta-glucan Mask
Wash skin with mild soap or creme cleanser. Apply a consistent layer of mask to face and neck or to troubled spots as needed. Wait 15 to 20 minutes. Remove with warm water and gently pat dry. Tone and moisturize. For most skin types use once weekly.
Each 2 oz container provides 8 treatments.
Avena Sativa (oat) Kernal Milk*, Aqueous Infusion of Passiflora incarnata* (passionflower), Astragalus membranaceus* (astragalus) root, Plantago major* (plantain) leaf, Prunella vulgaris* (self heal) leaf, Hypericum perforatum* (St. John's wort) leaf/flower, and Porphyra umbilicalis* (nori seaweed), Glycerin (vegetable origin), Cetearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate and Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate, Theobroma grandiflorum (cupuacu) seed Butter, Prunus armeniaca* (apricot) kernal Oil, Extracts of Grifola frondosa* (maitake mushroom), and Ganoderma lucidum* (reishi mushroom) fruiting body, Aqua (and) Sodium levulinate (and) Sodium anisate, Cucurbita pepo* (pumpkin) Seed Oil, Soy Lecithin*, Populus tremuloids (aspen) Bark Extract, Sorbitan Stearate, Sodium Lactate, Perilla frutescens* seed Oil, Adansonia digitata* (baobab) seed Oil, Punica granatum* (pomegranate) seed Oil, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Xanthan Gum, Caprylhydroxamic Acid (and) Glyceryl Caprylate, Citric Acid