How is the Moisture Renewal Mask used in an Oncology Spa Service?
A standard protocol performed by an oncology-trained skin care professional includes skin analysis, cleanser, massage (oil), Bel Mondo sheet mask, moisturizer. Naturally, our mask can be utilized at home as well, as part of routine maintenance for skin that is extra dry.
How long is the application? What are the expected results from use?
Bel Mondo’s bio cellulose masks are rejuvenating; they calm and cool skin almost instantly. With a 15-20-minute application of our Moisture Renewal Mask, hydration levels will increase and sensitized skin will feel less inflamed.
What are the key ingredients in the Moisture Renewal Mask, and why were they selected?
The key actives are Pentavitin, Chamomile, Sodium Hyaluronate, Green Caviar Sea Grape, PRODEW 600, and Acetyl Tetrapeptide-5. These ingredients work tandemly to restore and seal moisture while alleviating inflammation. Equally important is what is not in our formula; it is free from additives (ethyl alcohols, parabens, artificial fragrances, etc.) that can irritate compromised skin.
What is bio cellulose and how is it produced?
Bio cellulose is a synthetic fiber produced by cultured bacteria (Acetobacter Xylinum). This industrious strain of microbes functions as “tiny weavers”. They spin substrates of sugar into long, fibrous ribbons (called bio cellulose) that intertwine into tightly-woven fabrics.
Why does bio cellulose have a better safety profile that common mask fabrics?
The majority of sheet mask fabrics (cotton fiber/wood pulp) are manufactured through processes that include petrochemicals. Bio cellulose fabrics are produced in highly-regulated, laboratory environments; Bel Mondo’s bio cellulose fabrics are steam-sanitized and free of toxins or other impurities that can create irritation.
What are most important attributes of bio cellulose?
Bio cellulose is extremely hydrophilic (water-loving); each fiber can maintain 100 times its dry weight in fluid. This property allows bio cellulose masks to stay moist during application. Second, bio cellulose isn’t merely just good for skin – it is biocompatible with skin, meaning that it interacts safely with living tissue.
Why does bio cellulose outperform other mask technologies?
Bio cellulose mask fabrics provide unequaled dermal adhesion, allowing them to transfer cosmetic ingredients efficiently. The texture of a bio cellulose mask is smooth and gel-like; its underlying structure is incredibly resilient. Bio cellulose masks can be quickly applied and repositioned as needed, making them easy to work with.