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Greenyarn introduces new moisturizing facial masks
Jun '13
Greenyarn, a Boston firm developing advanced fabrics for consumers seeking eco-friendly alternatives to conventional materials, is introducing the third iteration of the facial mask series, Moist+ 3.

"Moist+ 3 facial masks are back, it's better, and free of Parabens and Sulphates" said Robin Low, CEO of Greenyarn. "Using feedback from our customers, Moist+ 3 was developed to be simply relaxing, moisturizing and safe for everyday use. And with our patented Eco-cotton and new design, the soft cotton mask that holds the nutrients, is more absorbent and comfortable, and the nutrients gets absorbed faster than other conventional facial masks."

Made from fibers embedded with nano-particles of bamboo charcoal, Eco-cotton absorbs and emits Far Infrared Rays, energy that can travel beneath the skin and stimulate blood flow and cell activation. It is this which makes the nutrients in the mask more easily absorbed by the wearer's skin.

"The Moist+ 3 facial mask will give you the benefits of a spa-quality facial in your own home, for less than half of the next top shelf mask," said Alan Wong, Greenyarn's Distributor in Malaysia. "Each mask is pre-cut and pre-moistened with a mix of Sea Weed Extract, Hyaluronic Acid, Bamboo Extract, Matricaria Extract to moisturize skin and boost its radiance.

"Moist+ 3 will moisturize and repair skin and prevent wrinkle formation. It also protects against free radicals, and whitens skin in just 15 minutes. And unlike other facial masks, the fabric is not bleach, so it does not contain any form of harmful preservatives that may cause skin irritation."

"There are many cheap facial masks out there that are not effective," said Navin Weeraratne, Greenyarn's South Asia Accounts Manager. "We're starting to see a great deal of interest in Moist+ 3 from retailers and customers, because our returning customers are impressed about the quality of the soft cotton mask and the thickness of the serum."


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