Yeast Extract (Faex Extract), Water (Aqua), Propylene Glycol, Bentonite, Kaolin, Alcool Denat., Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Fruit Extract, Glycerin, Vinegar (Acetum), Lactic Acid, Hamamelis Virginiana Bark/Leaf/Twig Extract, Hypericium Perforatum Flower/Leaf/Stem Extract, Acacia Senegal Gum, Xanthan Gum.
Masque Vivant by Biologique Recherche
“My go-to when I feel a breakout coming on!”
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Masque Vivant is one of Biologique Recherche’s most famous natural face masks. This product is known for its unique purifying qualities.
This all-natural formulation features yeast extract, an ingredient that helps regulate and purify skin, along with soothing cucumber and witch hazel extracts for a calming effect. To add balance, lactic acid naturally moisturizes, leaving your skin refreshed, rejuvenated, and visibly brightened.
About This Biologique Recherche Mask
Individuals with oily skin or who are prone to breakouts will benefit most from Masque Vivant as this product helps regulate excess sebum production while also tightening the pores.
It is also perfect for those with less even-toned skin, thanks to properties that help revitalize and stimulate natural epidermal functions.
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Biologique Recherche is an iconic French skincare brand that has been revolutionizing beauty and wellness for over forty years. Through its signature Lotion P50 formulations and range of cleansers, cremes, lotions, and serums, Biologique Recherche designs innovative solutions for every skin type.
How to Apply This Natural Face Mask
For those with particularly oily and breakout-prone skin, mix a pinch of baking soda into Masque Vivant along with a few drops of Serum Complexe Iribiol.
We also recommend using this Biologique Recherche mask as a spot treatment. Simply apply on a localized breakout before sleep and wake up to soothed, rejuvenated, and clarified skin.
Do not be afraid to apply Masque Vivant up to your hairline. Hairlines tend to be problematic areas for many individuals, and these areas may be susceptible to excess sebum oil production and dryness, contributing to breakouts.