Our Newest Launch: Ariul's 7 Day Masks—The Skin Vitamins
Introducing our latest curation Ariul...Ariul’s all about cleansing the skin and feeding it nutrients just like we would the internal parts of our body. An emphasis on the benefits of natural ingredients paired with a goal to provide the skin relief from the stresses of modern life is what Ariul is all about. Enter: their massively popular 7-day sheet masks. One of these masks sells every 8 seconds in Korea. These sheet masks nurture the skin with ingredients like bamboo water, aloe, tea tree, avocado, and pomegranate.
You can pick up the pre-kitted 7 Days Mask set, with natural ingredients to target skin woes and boost skin health and radiance, to start the new year right—and pampered. Or, stock up on bamboo water, or lemon, or green tea—whatever suits your needs.
The Skin Vitamins:
So your ten-step regimen is working out—you know your essences from your serums from your ampoules like you know your ABC’s. Still, a little extra TLC never hurt anybody, especially when it comes to our skin—out there, facing the (suddenly freezing) temperatures each day. These masks, selected from Ariul’s 7-day series, are the ones that are all about optimizing your skin’s health and nourishing our body’s largest organ. They feature ingredients good for our bodies—one of the core elements of Ariul’s line, in full as well.
First up—Avocado: the avocado is good for so much more than guacamole (though, we’ll take that too). Avocados are chock-full of healthy fats, which promote nourishment and moisturize the skin), antioxidants, which fight free radicals, and essential Vitamins.
Bamboo Water is a natural hydrator. It also promotes strength—the bamboo is, after all, known for its resilience regardless of external/environmental conditions and ability to grow up to three feet per day.
You’ve most likely heard the health benefits of Green Tea touted before, but let’s rehash them, as they pertain to our skin, because this stuff is truly so much more than an awesome alternative to coffee. This is in large part because Green Tea is extremely antioxidant rich. It contains EGCG, which is actually known to be one of the world’s most powerful antioxidants. The reported skin perks of EGCG are impressive, and wide-ranging, to say the least. It is said to stimulate collagen production, rebalance melanin regulation, revive hydration, reduce lines and wrinkles, and aid in firmness, radiance, and clarity!
So, for 2016—here’s to our skin health. May we take our vitamins on our face vis-a-vis the likes of the Avocado, Bamboo Water, and Green Tea Masks—and when we want to cleanse—well, Ariul has masks for that too!