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Hada Labo Tokyo Ultimate Anti-aging Facial Mask – 0.7 Oz


Price: $8.49
(as of Apr 07,2020 08:12:14 UTC – Details)



A one of a kind spa treatment at home!This soft, single-use, 100% cotton mask drenches skin with a bottle of serum to boost hydration, smooth fine lines, and restore firmness and bounce to your skin.A refreshing, relaxing and indulgent experience for radiant and visibly younger looking skin.Free from parabens, fragrance, dyes and mineral oils.Non-irritating.For all skin types.0.7 fl oz of serum.For more information and beauty tips go to

Boosts hydration & restores firmness.
This soft, single-use, 100% cotton mask drenches skin with a bottle of serum* to boost hydration, smooth fine lines, and restore firmness and bounce to your skin



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