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Shower Power Shower Mask


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To keep your skin beautiful and glowing and your pores clean and clear, exfoliating is essential. Having the time to properly care for your skin can seem daunting, but Sumbody has the answer! We found a way to make it work for you, for your skin, and for your busy life: multitask in the shower! And it’s the best way to do a mask at home, to boot. The steam will hydrolyze the mask on, keeping it moist.
Our Shower Power Shower Mask was created to exfoliate your skin while allowing it to retain its natural moisture.

Filled with antioxidants and skin-loving wonders, your skin will have a shower-powerful afterglow. Honey, green tea and Gotu Kola reduce the appearance of redness, soothe, and restore. This 2-in-1 product can be applied at the beginning of a shower and left on as a mask but is also gentle enough to be used as a daily cleanser.


• Skin that looks smoother and more even-toned
• More moisturized skin
• Cleaner pores

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Who Needs It

• Anyone with unwanted redness

• Anyone with unwanted redness

• Anyone with sensitive skin

Why You Need It

Masks need moisture to help the ingredients melt in and waste slip out. Letting a mask dry will not only make it less active, it can also be building particulates in your pores instead of cleaning them out. The best way to use a mask at home is to leave it on in the shower so the steam can keep the mask moist!

How To Use

Use as a daily shower mask, facial scrub, or cleanser. Massage gently with your index and middle fingers, using soft, upward circular motions to spread the mask all over your face. Use sparingly above your eyes as mask may drip. Rinse with warm water or leave on during your shower, then rinse off before getting out.


Honey (Honey fructose), Pacific Sea Salt (Sodium chloride), and Green Tea (Camellia sinensis), Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica), Niacinamide, Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra), Turmeric (Curcuma longa), Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum), Chamomile (Chrysanthellum Indicum).