New season, new face mask!

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September is here meaning back to school and college for many of you. This time can be very exciting, but it can also be very stressing for some. With heavy workloads and the change in weather, it can really take its toll on your skin causing it to break out, become oily and very problematic. Here at Ooharr we have recently launched our latest cream face masks Fruity Magic and Juicy Burst. They are jam packed with anti-oxidants and natural ingredients which are great for those back to school woes that may cause skin problems. 

Not only do our new cream masks nourish skin and help prevent untimely breakouts, they have a delighting, uplifting, fruity aroma. Making them ideal to use when you are feeling stressed or down to uplift your spirits and feel pampered.

Fruity Magic

  • Pomegranate Seed Oil is the star in this delicious face mask. A natural anti-oxidant and rich in Omega 5 fatty acid which helps to combat impurities in the skin – perfect for people with breakout prone skin due to stress with heavy workloads.
  • Contains Squalane, similar to Olive Oil, which helps the skin hold onto moisture.
  • Green Tea Extract is great for toning the skin and helps to brighten the complexion – great for those early mornings!
  • Refreshing and rejuvenating leaving the skin soft and supple with a natural glow.

Juicy Burst

  • Orange Peel Oil is rich in Vitamin C and is a natural anti-immflamatory and antiseptic - great for spot prone skin and helps skin look fresh and radiant.
  • Lime Peel Oil is rich in powerful antioxidants and also helps to tighten pores and exfoliate dead skin cells. 
  • Cucumber can rejuvenate tired skin and reduce puffiness due to those late nights getting your coursework finished in time. Can also cool and soothe skin so great for those with sensitive skin.
  • Invigorating and hydrating leaving the skin soft and supple with a natural glow as well. 

We hope you enjoy our new cream masks and for more information head to www.ooh-arr.com

 

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