MASQUE FILLE COQUETTE
Beautiful, radiant and well-nourished skin with the most luxurious and effective mask: Masque Fille Coquette
- Protects against the skin-ageing effects of UV-A
- Based on the gemstone extract Rhodochrosite, rich in Manganese
- With the luxurious combination of red algae extracts and caviar!
Skin type: All skin types, especially mature skin.
Package: Jar 50 ml
Directions for use
Essential for beautiful skin is daily cleansing, preferably with “Méthode de Nettoyage Sophie”, this delicious rich cleansing balm melts into your skin by massaging it in lightly, then take some water and massage all parts of the face again, preferably with circular movements starting from the forehead from the inside to the outside, then via the nose and cheeks to your neck.
Now apply a generous amount of “Masque Fille Coquette”, dabbing on forehead, cheeks, chin and neck, then lightly massage again. For optimum effect, relax now for 20 minutes, e.g. by lying on your bed. Your skin recovers best when your body is totally relaxed. After this, remove the mask with a suitable mask sponge, first moistening it under the tap. Finish the treatment with “Lotion de la Mer Equilibrante”.
You can now continue with your day or night routine of ampoules, eye cream and day and night cream.
Masque Fille Coquette is a mineral facial mask with a strong focus on protection against the skin-ageing effects of UV-A. Masque Fille Coquette contains a gemstone extract rich in the trace element Manganese, supported by 2 red algae extracts and Caviar extract. The new 100% natural fragrance is composed of a rich blend of white blossoms, bergamot and vanilla, giving it a “powdery” character, very appropriate for Charlotte Sophie Cosmétique luxury skincare.
Rhodochrosite Extract is a pink-red “anti-stress” gemstone extract rich in the trace element Manganese. Among other things, this gives the fibroblasts in the skin a valuable protective power against the skin-ageing influences of UV-A radiation.
Real sturgeon caviar extract, rich in essential amino acids and fatty acids, special oligopeptides, proteins and trace elements. You simply cannot imagine a richer, more complete mixture of valuable nutrients! That’s why it is called “the Black Gold”. In nature, the caviar offers a complete start to the young sturgeon, where all necessary building blocks for cell life are generously present in this roe, such as essential amino acids, trace elements and lipid building blocks (omega-3 and omega-6). For the skin this complex of building blocks is a luxury nourishment, that creates the conditions for an optimal regeneration, both on cell level and for the repair of connective tissue structures, such as collagen and elastin.
Porphyra Umbilicalis Extract
Red algae extract from the Atlantic Ocean with natural UVA bio-protector protects skin cells, including DNA and cell membranes, against the effects of UVA. The active ingredients from this oceanic red algae are special very stable Mycosporine amino acids, which are naturally accustomed to the long, high dose of UVA light on the ocean.
Chondrus Crispus – Red Algae Extract
A Red Algae Extract found in the Northern Seas / Oceans between Europe and Canada – Chondrus Crispus – was found to have a largely interesting effect against hair loss. It even could stand up against pharmaceutical bench marks when measuring hair shaft elongation in hair follicles and prolongation of the anagen phase, both contributing to a significant hair loss reduction. The active ingredients, which were found to be responsible for the observed effect, were specific metabolites of this “Chondrus Crispus”. They are polyamine dipeptides, important precursors of certain active polyamines (both arginine and citrulline), which occur together as a dipeptide in “Chondrus Crispus”. Another active ingredient is formed by the natural sulphonic acid Taurine, which is derived from the amino acids Methionine and Cysteine”, both of which contain “sulphur” as the most remarkable atom. Crucial to the biosynthesis of these specific metabolites of “Chondrus Crispus” is the exposure to cold, northern temperatures, combined with a prolonged lack of sunlight, especially in winter, which causes the proper chemical shift to the valuable active metabolites.