Ginger Clay Scrub Mask
Clean slate! A skin polisher that is full of antioxidants and doubles as a purifying mask. This dry ginger clay concoction stimulates blood circulation, rejuvenates and renew skin cells. Slay with oh-so-soft skin!
Benefits : Exfoliate and Detox
Suitable for Congested, Combination and Oily skin
French green clay, bentonite clay, mangosteen (garcinia mangostana) powder*, açai (euterpe oleracea) powder* and ginger (zingiber officinale)**.
No synthetic preservatives, colours or fragrances.
Shake prior to use.
As a skin polisher,
Shake to dispense a small amount of dry clay scrub onto finger tips and massage onto wet face in circular motions. Control the amount of exfoliation by adding more scrub gradually to exfoliate. Wash off with warm water. Slight redness may occur.
As a mask,
To activate the pore tightening and detoxifying properties of the mask, mix 2 tablespoons of formula with 1 tablespoon of The Facial Spritzer or water into a paste. Apply on cleansed face and wash off after 15 minutes. Call someone you love while the mask works its magic. Slight tingling and tightening sensations are expected.
For dry, dehydrated skin, you can add 2 drops of The Face Oil into the mask mix.
Always do a skin patch test in case of allergy.
Store away from direct sunlight.
About The Brand
Being in the bustle of city life and frequent jet-setting, the need for non-toxic multi-tasking skincare is imperative to prevent radical-free damage. WANT is an ethical brand based in Singapore founded in 2016 that wants you to thrive in your best skin.
Formulated from pure botanical oils and minerals, the ingredients are fair trade and sustainably sourced. The products are free from chemicals, synthetic ingredients and water for that 100% natural goodness. Not using water in the formulation also reduces carbon footprint. Most importantly, our products are cruelty-free.
By buying WANT products, you are contributing to local communities and especially to women in cooperatives in Indonesia and Africa. WANT also contributes to BaliWISE, a foundation that educates marginalised women, and sponsors a student each semester.