EAORON invents the world's first anti-sugar oxygen bubble mask

Bubble mask, can be called the current popular web celebrity skin care products that hot in the whole network. Did you know that there is a bubble mask in Australia that not only deeply cleans pores, but also has anti-sugar and anti-aging effects? Recently, Australia's first-line skin care brand EAORON officially announced the release of the world's first anti-sugar oxygen bubble mask, completely breaking through the single cleaning effect of the bubble mask, the exclusive black technology skin care ingredient anti-sugar PROTM has been added into the bubble mask so that  a piece mask can achieve the three functions of cleaning, yellowing and whitening at the same time, creating an era of anti-sugar bubble mask.

 
In recent years, bubble mask has become popular due to the automatic generation of bubbles on the face, and has been sought by many skin care experts. The EAORON research team found that the traditional bubble mask has only a single effect of cleaning, which can't meet the multi-effect skin care needs of beauty lovers. As a result, the EAORON research team integrated the latest anti-sugar skin care technology, successfully made the ingredient of Carnosine PROTM add in the bubble mask through continuous technical trials and adjustments. While purifying the skin, the powerful anti-sugar pioneer carnosine wipes the skin from the roots to surface to reduce the skin saccharification. Through replacing the collagen reaction, protecting the collagen from saccharification, removing dark yellow, and resisting sugar and anti-oxidation to effectively brighten the skin, this new bubble mask allows the skin to return to the beautiful girl's muscle state.
 
It is reported that EAORON's world's first anti-sugar oxygen bubble mask developed BubbleNM bubble black technology, applied to the face for 3 seconds of intelligent induction to produce micron-sized dense small bubbles. The more dirty the pores are, the more bubbles will produce. The oxygen-rich bubble gentle bellymicro-pressure SPA-level massage accelerates the skin's micro-circulation, deepens the cleansing and clears the pores, and allows the blocked skin to start breathing freshly and restore the oxygen fresh skin.
 
Different from ordinary bubble mask film, EAORON anti-sugar oxygen bubble mask is made of AHI black gemstone, which has the natural single-introduction absorption effect, combines with the original transdermal micro-deep absorption technology. When the skin membrane cloth is in contact with the skin, the facial temperature gradually rises, the touch of micro-pressure makes the mask foaming open, the amino acid cleansing component exerts super-tempering skin power and thoroughly cleans every pore of the skin,so that a mask is called a clean introduction instrument. According to the EAORON R&D team, amino acids are weakly acidic, similar to the pH of human skin, and mild and clean for most skin types.
 
In addition to its exclusive anti-sugar and yellowing ingredients, EAORON anti-sugar oxygen bubble mask also incorporates the Dunaliella salina, a natural ingredient which has the ability of purifying melanin and whitening the skin by root to protect the skin from free radicals and UV rays. The special concentration of nicotinamide is added to effectively inhibit the production of melanin to fade the layer of melanin, and whiten the skin from the inside to outside, to really achieve a three-effect of  cleaning, yellowing, whitening with a visible high-quality skin care results.
 
In addition, EAORON  anti-sugar oxygen bubble mask also incorporates local natural pure ingredients such as macadamia oil, hops, birch sap, and betaine, which has not only effectively anti-sugar and anti-oxidation ability, but also soften and soothe the skin while cleansing to balances water oil for deep moisturization.
 
“From the invention of the world's first smear-type water-light needle to the world's first Manuka bee venom mask, to the world's first anti-sugar oxygen bubble mask, EAORON has always provided the market with a strong skin care technology to lead the trend, and provide the natural safe effective products.” Australian skin care industry observers commented.
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