Rune Platinum Face Masks (1 of 3)
Long before the current obsession with all things kawaii (that’s cute in Japanese), there was Rune Naito, the artist whose 1960s pictures of doe-eyed girls laid the groundwork for an entire visual aesthetic of Japanese culture.
The Harajuku icon was enlisted to create a line of products for Rune and each of the kawaii girls featured on the packaging are inspired by the magazine covers of Vogue and Harpers Bazaar in the 1950’s -1960’s
illustrations are the only thing that separates each of these masks, as the instant beauty benefits remain the same; use to hydrate and nourish your skin to help improve overall health.
Remove from packaging and leave on the face for 10-15 minutes. Remove mask and press remaining serum on the skin and apply moisturiser on top.
Water, PEG/PPG-1 8/4 copolymer, polysorbate 20, phenoxyethanol carbomer,
methylparaben-TEA-hydroxyethylcellulose-(glyceryl acrylate /acrylic acid) copolymer PGLloyd
platinum, BG-hyaluronic acid NA-aloe vera leaf extract, lactobacillus/otaneninjin root
extract fermentation solution, allantoin, tocopherol acetate-(methyl beer ether/malonic
acid) copolymer-EDTA-2 Na-glycyrrhizic acid 2K-fragrance-hydrogenated lecithin, folic