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STYLE STORY MASK ON THE DAILY MAIL

Leaders Insolution Aquaringer Mask is so popular it sells at the rate of one every three seconds!

This month we were excited to see this STYLE STORY mask on the Daily Mail. This Korean face mask is not only a massive hit in Korea, it’s a global beauty sensation, selling by the hundreds of millions each year.

AQUARINGER MASK 

The Aquaringer Mask that was featured not only offers luxurious hydration to the skin but also leaves it noticeably less lined – in just 15 minutes. The wrinkle-busting properties are backed by Korea’s FDA (Food and Drug Administration).

Developed by the dermatologists at one of Korea’s top skin clinic, this mask includes arnica montana and sodium hyaluronate but is free of parabens, silicone, artificial pigments, alcohol and mineral oils, making it perfect for sensitive skin.

In addition to its skin rejuvenation properties, the mask is made from silky cellulose – a plant-based compound which softly moulds to the contours of the face.

STAR INGREDIENTS

Aquaringer is jam-packed full of star ingredients, including Sugar Maple extract, which works as a naturally derived alpha hydroxy acid that removes bacteria and dead skin, repairing damage caused by free radicals and preventing new blemishes and wrinkles from forming; Arnica montana, which has proven analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties and can enhance blood circulation and reduce inflammation; Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 an asynthetic peptide that is believed to play a role in the appearance of skin firmness; Sodium Hyaluronate, a molecule holds 1,000 times its weight in water, making it an effective moisturizer; and Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower extract, which is commonly used to relieve inflammatory skin conditions and calm sensitive skin. Provides some antioxidant protection and can be used to soothe, moisturize and inhibit the growth of bacteria.

THE DAILY MAIL TAKE

The Daily Mail noted that:

“The mask which currently holds a four out of five-star rating… has many raving about its performance.”