Yon-Ka debuts triple-action overnight mask to encourage cell renewal and smooth skin

Updated: Apr 16

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The vegan formula is enriched with radiance-boosting ingredients, including brown algae extract and a COSMOS-certified organic apricot kernel oil, rich in omega-6 and omega-9


French skincare brand Yon-Ka has unveiled its first resurfacing overnight mask complete with triple-action effectiveness.

Designed to offer anti-ageing benefits and encourage radiant skin, the Glyconight 10% Masque relies on a vegan formula complete with 10 per cent pure glycolic acid to help resurface skin, encourage cell renewal, accelerate the synthesis of collagen and refine skin texture.

Normally this active formula requires companies to use controversial ingredients to stabilise it, but after three years development Yon-Ka has triumphed in creating a clean natural formula with a high percentage of glycolic acid which represents a breakthrough in formulation.

According to the brand, night time is the ideal period to apply active skincare to support skin health because the skin is at its most absorbent and also uses night-time to repair itself.

“Yon-Ka is already well-known for its professional spa peels,” explained Karen Andrieux, Yon-Ka marketing manager, “but with the launch of this new product we want to give consumers the opportunity to have a highly effective skin peel product at home.”

The formula is enriched with radiance-boosting ingredients, including brown algae extract and a COSMOS-certified organic apricot kernel oil, rich in omega-6 and omega-9.

Yon-Ka has also included natural polysaccharides and Yon-Ka Quintessence into the formula to soothe the skin, while vegetable glycerin also counteracts any dehydration that may occur from exfoliation.

Yon-Ka Quintessence is the brand’s signature formula including a gentle blend of geranium, lavender, rosemary, cypress and thyme.



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