Hyaluronic acid, collagen, aloe vera: These deeply hydrate the epidermis and keep our skin moisturised. Our bodies naturally produce hyaluronic acid and collagen, but their levels decline over the years. Using a mask to replenish our stocks prevents our skin from becoming dehydrated. 85% of aloe vera is a mineral and vitamin-rich juice that deeply hydrates skin. Aloe vera's also bursting with mono and polysaccharides, sugars that harness water. Clay (green, white, rhassoul mud): The purifying properties of clays make them great for oily or blemished skin. Clay sucks up impurities and toxins, balances sebum levels, dries up spots, cleans, heals and reconstructs damaged skin tissue. Nuts: A nourishing option. Shea butter, macadamia nuts, argan and sweet almond oils... These nuts and kernels pump our skin full of lipids, leaving it supple and comfortable. A pampering pleasure for dry and sensitive skin. Royal jelly, honey, propolis: Rich in antioxidants, they neutralise free radicals that harm skin cells and accelerate the ageing process. Royal jelly, honey and propolis are all powerful anti-ageing superheros! Their regenerating, nourishing and wrinkle-busting properties make them ideal for mature skin.