Clarity Rose Clay Face Mask

Waxing Kara Clarity Rose Clay Face Mask

Clarity Rose Clay Face Mask

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Say bye bye to blemishes. Clarity mask is formulated with clays and botanical ingredients known for clearing and balancing skin.

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Problem skin? We may have the solution. This mask is recommended for those with acne problems, blemishes, and oily skin. It has a delicate, floral scent that soothes rather than overpowers. It also works for both face and body, so you can target any area that's giving you trouble. Cruelty-free and made without artificial fragrances or colors, it's a gentle mask that can help restore balance and leave you feeling fresh.

Celebrating the magic of bees, Waxing Kara brings nourishing goods from the hive, from delicious honey to soothing soaps.
Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Fruit Juice Powder, Kaolin (White Clay), Pink Kaolinite (Pink Clay) From USA, Honey (and) Maltodextrin, Bentonite, Avena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Meal, Buttermilk Powder.

Good news! The glass jar and lid, once separated, are 100% curbside recyclable.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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For the happiness of the hive

Honey bee populations in the U.S. have declined drastically in the past decade. That’s why Waxing Kara took a section of their Kent Island farm and replaced previously planted cash crops with indigenous species. Now, these native wildflower files provide a space for bees to thrive and be happy.