More than just another sheet mask. The Workout Mask is the latest skincare staple symbolic to female empowerment. Formulated for all women, the super-women, the women who can be everything and anything, wearing this mask through training and tasks, all the while nourishing their aesthetic.
Developed by doctors and fitness enthusiasts to care for your skin while you workout. Protecting and hydrating your skin with proven skin-enhancing ingredients and a comfortable skin-bonding bio-cellulose matrix, that stays on during your most energetic workouts. Plant-based, vegan, not tested on animals and free from formaldehyde, parabens and sulphates – enjoy exceptional skin excellence with the Hannah London workout mask.
Skin Bonding: Plant microfibres
Hyaluronic Acid (HA): Hydrates, tightens and smooths skin
Honeysuckle: Antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties
How to apply the mask: 1. Remove mask from pouch and peel off WHITE tissue 2. Place mask on your face and peel off BLUE tissue 3. After your workout, remove mask and gently massage remaining serum into skin (no rinse required)
Hannah London’s Workout Mask aims to do even more for women by donating 10% of sales distributed among the below UK based charitable organisations that support vulnerable women in our community - enabling and empowering thing to have opportunities and fulfil their ambitions.
Domestic Abuse (http://advancecharity.org.uk/) In the UK, one in four women will experience some form of domestic abuse and domestic abuse is one of the leading causes of depression among UK women. With the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been an increase in domestic abuse against women in the household. Advance provides counselling support to victims and helps them to recover.
Single Mothers (https://www.gingerbread.org.uk/community/single-parent-groups/) Before the pandemic, single mothers would get time to catch up on their errands while their children would be at school / nurseries, however now that’s not possible - it become even more of a challenging role. With no partner to share the tasks with, single mothers have it incredibly hard.
Elderly and Those with Learning Disabilities (http://www.khidmat.org.uk/) Kidmat centres go a step further, helping the often neglected elderly and those with learning disabilities by tackling hunger and loneliness.