Brightening and tightening pearl powder mask
Pearl powder mask benefits come from its abundance of calcium, magnesium, and iron, plus a remarkable protein of 17 amino acids called conchiolin. Pearl powder is a popular ingredient in skin care products today, but it isn’t new. It’s been used for thousands of years in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine.
In Chinese medicine, the powder is said to be detoxifying and is used as an anti-inflammatory and a relaxant. In Ayurvedic medicine, pearl is said to be an antidote for poison, and it was also used in love potions.
Pearl powder contains amino acids, calcium, and trace minerals and has many purported benefits for skin and health.
Conchiolin hydrates the skin, rebuilds collagen and increases skin’s barrier action for retaining moisture. It also tones skin and inhibits melanin production. Pearl powder help improve the appearance of the skin, and is used as a cosmetic by royal families in Asia. It is also used as a treatment for acne. Some studies have claimed that pearl powder can stimulate the skin’s fibroblasts, help regenerate collagen, and accelerate healing of certain skin conditions, wounds, and burns.
Pearl powder promotes bouncier skin, reduces pore size, lightens skin’s tone, and improves texture.
You can use it 1-2 times a week, on a clean skin for 15 minutes and rinse. Followed with a rich face cream