Looking for a mask that will not only refresh your skin but help get rid of those pesky impurities? The Red Earth Probiotic Mask is a revolutionary new clay mask which has been expertly formulated with probiotic strains to bring balance to the skin.
Featuring an ensemble of native Australian bush ingredients including the Vitamin C- rich Kakadu Plum, antioxidant-packed Davidson Plum, refreshing Native River Mint, and mineral- rich Kaolin Clay, the mask purges impurities from the skin while simultaneously enhancing skin texture, restoring hydration levels, and rebuilding the skin's natural barrier.
Drawing inspiration from the Northern Territory's pristine natural environment, this unique formula was expertly designed to support the skin's innate defence mechanisms, reduce inflammation, and improve overall skin health.
The mask's potent blend of active and nourishing ingredients work in harmony to promote skin rejuvenation and vitality, while its luxuriously light and mousse-like texture delivers a delightfully fluffy and weightless consistency that doesn't leave the skin feeling dry or cracked.
The mask is made by Skin Territory, an Australian probiotic skincare brand with a twist on unique ingredients that the Australian outback has to offer.
"Our mission is to create a safe space for the under-represented and create campaigns that amplifier diverse identities and lived experiences. Australian owned and operated products are vegan Australia certified, cruelty-free and Halal," founder Kris Rodriguez said.
A born and bred Northern Territorian, Kris is a construction worker by day and a skincare entrepreneur by night.
"I’ve had always struggled with hormonal acne and noticed it had exacerbated at times of stress, consuming a poor diet and insufficient sleep," she said.
"After coming off the pill in my 20’s and overcomplicating my skincare routine, I enlisted a Cosmetic chemist to develop a product line that not only worked effectively but was also made with ethically sourced and sustainable ingredients.
"I was just 15 years old when I discovered my love for skincare products and how it made me feel. Through my curiosity, I developed a strong interest in the human microbiome and how the skin-gut axis can influence our skin barriers when exposed to excessive ingredients and elements.
"Driven by my interest, I decided to enrol myself in a Dermal Science degree, so I could gain more knowledge in this area. I already had a degree in Marketing and Communications, which gave me the ability to cut through misleading advertising and see beyond the surface of products, brands, and customers.
"As I delved deeper into the skincare industry, I became increasingly frustrated by the poor-quality products saturating the market and the prevalence of "greenwashing." Moreover, as a woman of colour, I was disappointed by the lack of representation in mainstream media, which insinuated that I didn't fit into conventional beauty standards.
"These experiences motivated me to create a skincare brand that prioritises diversity, representation, and transparency. I wanted to educate consumers about ingredient origins, sustainability practices, and manufacturing roots, so they could make informed decisions about the products they use on their skin.
"When I couldn't find any existing brands that shared my values, I decided to create one. And so, Skin Territory was born. Today, my mission is to inspire people to embrace their individuality, regardless of their ethnicity, gender, or age."
Find out more: www.skinterritory.com