Cosmic Glow Face Mask with Brush by Moon Bath
Combining purifying Moroccan Rhassoul clay with nourishing Ayurvedic botanicals, Cosmic Glow is a rejuvenating face mask ritual that enhances your natural radiance. This healing clay mask is intentionally crafted to draw out toxins, reduce redness and inflammation, smooth uneven skin and brighten complexion.
Triphala (amalaki, bibhitaki and haritaki) cleanses, brightens, nourishes and revitalizes dull skin. Manjistha detoxifies, clears excess pitta and calms inflammation. Anantamul cools excess pitta in the skin, thereby reducing redness, acne and sun spots. Guduchi, referred to in the Ayurvedic texts as "Divine Nectar”, is antibacterial, cleanses and nourishes the skin. Rose petals help remove excess dirt and bacteria from pores, heal the skin, calm redness and inflammation and uplifts the heart. Mineral-rich Moroccan Rhassoul clay absorbs excess dirt and oil, extracts impurities from the skin, and nourishes with minerals of magnesium, silica, potassium and calcium.
Mix a generous teaspoon of Cosmic Glow with a splash of water and brush evenly onto clean face, avoiding the eye area. Allow to dry, then rinse with warm water. Add a dollop of organic honey to create the most luxurious mask. Complete your facial ritual with a balancing spritz of Moon Dew face mist.
Triphala (Amalaki, Bibhitaki and Haritaki), Manjistha (Rubia cordifolia), Anantamul (Hemidesmus indicus), Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia), Rose Petals (Rosa damascena), Moroccan Rhassoul Clay
About Moon Bath
Moon Bath beleives true wellness arises when we re-align ourselves with the rhythms and elements of nature. In an increasingly chaotic and over-stimulating world, Moon Bath’s bathing rituals inspire you to create space to slow down, tune in and reconnect.
Combining ancient wisdom with modern intuitive alchemy, Moon Bath curates earth integrated Botanical Bath Teas, Infused Sundance Bathing Salt, Body Rituals, Facial Rituals and Sacred Smoke aromatherapy. Simple and organic, our products contain no synthetic chemicals or preservatives — because those don’t belong on our skin. The ethos of the modern bathing renaissance is to move beyond bathing as simply cleansing ourselves, and toward bathing as an opportunity to drink in through our skin the varied benefits of plant medicine.