What is Celletoi?   

Celletoi is a premium holistic approach to beauty. This innovative skincare collection harnesses the best of nature and the latest science to deliver transformative results in a simplified routine. The Celletoi product line also includes Moisture Balancing Cleanser, Treatment Toner, Phyto-Peptide Serum, and Anti-Ageing Hydrate Cream.   

Where do Facial Treatment Masks fit in my Celletoi skincare routine?  

Apply Celletoi Facial Treatment Masks after cleansing with Moisture Balancing Cleanser and gently patting your skin dry. After completing your treatment, allow any remaining essence to absorb into your skin and continue your Celletoi skincare routine with Treatment Toner, Phyto-Peptide Serum, and Anti-Ageing Hydrate Cream.   

What are the benefits of Celletoi Facial Treatment Masks? 

For a limited time, Celletoi Facial Treatment Masks are available as a curated collection of four uniquely formulated face masks designed to meet your skin’s wellbeing needs.  

The Sculpting Treatment Mask plumps and firms with peony flower extract, green tea, and grapefruit. 

The Firming Treatment Mask tightens and smooths with passion flower extract and hyaluronic acid. 

The Hydrating Treatment Mask nourishes and tightens pores with tilia plant extract, hyaluronic acid, and aloe vera. 

The Brightening Treatment Mask illuminates and soothes with peony flower extract, black tea, and rice bran extract. 

How often should I use Celletoi Facial Treatment Masks?  

How often you use Celletoi Facial Treatment Masks depends on your skincare needs. Celletoi Treatment Masks are gentle enough for daily use if desired, although they may be used as part of a weekly skincare ritual or whenever you feel your skin needs extra care.   

Do I need to use the full Celletoi Skincare Collection to see results?   

Celletoi products can be used individually, but the greatest benefit is achieved by using the full Celletoi skincare system. All Celletoi products are designed to work together to achieve radiant, healthy skin and a more youthful appearance. When combined, each Celletoi product enhances your results by providing tailored ingredients to nourish skin at every step in your skincare routine. For optimal results, we also suggest adding Collagen Elixir™ to your beauty routine to provide your skin with nourishment from the inside out.   

What are Celletoi Facial Treatment Masks made from?  

Each Celletoi Facial Mask is biodegradable and made from non-GMO cottonseed, eucalyptus, seaweed, and gotu kola fibers.  

Is the packaging recyclable?  

The Celletoi Facial Treatment Mask Collection is packaged in a paper box that is widely accepted for recycling anywhere that paper and cardboard are recycled. Individual treatment masks are packaged in a plastic film that may not be accepted for recycling in all communities. Please check with your local recycling provider for information on what materials can be recycled in your area.  

Can pregnant or nursing women use Limited Edition Celletoi Facial Treatment Mask Collection?  

The Celletoi skincare line is free from many sensitising ingredients such as retinol, retinoids, vitamin A derivatives, benzoyl peroxide, and salicylic acid that women are generally advised to avoid during pregnancy or while nursing.  As with any new wellness routine, we recommend checking with a medical professional if you have any concerns.   

Is the Celletoi Facial Treatment Mask Collection vegan and cruelty-free?  

The Celletoi Facial Treatment Mask Collection is not tested on animals and is created with vegan ingredients. Because the Celletoi Facial Treatment Mask collection is only available for a limited time, it is not Leaping Bunny Certified like our other Celletoi products.   

Is the Celletoi Facial Treatment Mask Collection made with clean ingredients?  

The Celletoi Facial Treatment Mask Collection is formulated with gentle, skin-nourishing ingredients and botanical extracts. It does not contain parabens, sulfates, phosphates, artificial fragrances, artificial dyes, formaldehyde, nonylphenol ethoxylates, triclosan, triclocarban, toluene, coal tar, lead, mercury, acrylamide, or hydroquinone.