The Glacial Facial Masque
For all skin types. Apply an even layer of mud with facial brush or fingers. Allow 15 minutes to dry. Rinse with warm wash cloth and water. Use once per week for normal-dry skin and up to 4 times per week for oily skin. CAUTION: We recommend patch testing. In the unlikely event of a negative reaction, discontinue use, for external use only. Avoid contact with eyes.
Each jar has about 20 applications.
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS Glacial clay and silt - exfoliating and detoxifying natural deposit with more than 60 nourishing major and trace elements, including Mg, Cu, Z, S, Ag, Si, Ca, Na, K and Fe that promote anti-aging, help skin hold moisture and form collagen resulting in radiant skin. Certified organic and wildcrafted botanical extracts including kelp, nettle, horsetail, elderflower, yarrow,cranberry, blueberry and vitamins e and b5.Ingredients:
Alaska glacial mud***, purified water, glycerin*, emulsifying wax nf*, natural kaolin, safflower seed oil**, vitamin b5, glyceryl stearate se*, extracts of yarrow**, horsetail**, elderflower**, blueberry**, cranberry** and kelp***; vitamin e, natural xanthan gum, bisabolol*, steam-distilled essential oils (depending on type)**^, preservatives of 1,2 hexanediol*, caprylyl glycol*, tropolone*. - Refreshing lavender-peppermint version includes essential oils of lavender and peppermint. Relaxing vanilla-lavender includes essential oil of lavender and vanilla flavor extract. *plant-derived, **certified organic, ***wild-crafted
*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
Mountainous glaciers blanketing the basin have been melting since the last ice age ended, depositing massive amounts of glacial silt downstream, upwards of 60-100 million tons per year. The lower watershed, the Copper River Delta, is a coastal plain that spans over 700,000 acres and stretches almost seventy-five miles along the coast. The Copper River carries one of the largest river sediment loads known and over the past eight thousand years, the river has built up a layer of silt over 600 feet deep as it leaves the Chugach Mountains and enters the coastal plain. These depositions have formed the Copper River Delta and where the Alaska Glacial Mud Co. harvests.