Tropical Fruit Radiance Mask, 34g
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- Lani tropical fruit radiance mask will brightens skin.
- Adds a luminous glow.
- Gently resurfaces skin.
- Hydrates skin.
- Fights free radical damage.
- Helps to improve skin firmness.
- Soothes and calms irritations.
The only way I can describe the smell of this Lani mask is ‘holiday in a glass jar’! The tropical smells of mango, pineapple and passion fruit will gently resurface your skin whilst nourishing banana, baobab and coconut will protect loss of moisture. The mix of tropical fruit, coconut water and coconut milk are bursting with anti-oxidants, leaving your skin hydrated, revitalised and replenished.
If you need a complexion boost, this mask won’t leave you disappointed!
Ingredients and benefits – brightening pineapple, healing banana and youth boosting baobab
Vi is the creator behind the Lani brand, deciding to go vegan in 2013 she quickly realised a gap in the market for vegan and cruelty free beauty brands. Wanting simple and affordable products that smelt and felt amazing she set out to make her own! In 2014 this talented lady formulated her first product, the Tropical Hair Treatment. The multi use treatment has gone on to become a global bestseller.
The Lani brand is distinctive with its use of brightly coloured plastic free packaging, only using food grade ingredients that are always chemical free. Its no wonder they are now a multi award winning hair and skin care brand!
Can the Lani brand get any better? The answer is yes, they are also huge supporters of over 20 charities. To name a few, he Amicii Dog Rescue, Based in Transylvania, Romania, the dog shelter homes over 200 dogs, all looked after by Dora, a school teacher.
Friend Farm Animal Sanctuary, The sanctuary is home to over 200 chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, cows, goats, sheep and just the one alpaca, who apparently believes he is a sheep! The animals are allowed to roam freely. The 10 acre sanctuary is situated in rural Kent.
Gut Aiderbichi is based in Austria and has saved thousands of animals in need.
Slaughterhouse Survivors based in Harbin, North East China. In 2016 they started rescuing dogs from the slaughterhouse. The numbers increased dramatically, in the first eighteen months the number of rescued dogs increased to 400.
Throughout June 2020 10% of all profits will be donated to Black Lives Matter Foundation, Inc a global organisation in the UK, US and Canada. Their mission to eradicate white supremacy!
HOW TO USE ▾
Mix 1 tsp. – 1.5 tsp with water to make a paste. Apply a thin layer to clean skin. Leave on 10–20 minutes or until mask is dry. Rinse thoroughly with warm water.
Glass jar. Aluminium screw top lid. 100% recyclable.