ingredients

take a peak inside pique

 

raw, UMF 5+ new zealand manuka honey. adios bacteria. 

not your average table honey, new zealand’s native manuka honey is one of the most powerful natural sources of topical anti-bacteria around. it’s also deeply moisturising and capable of kicking the ass of many common skin problems. pow!


organic ceylon cinnamon. bring your skin back to life.
if it was good enough for cleopatra, it's good enough for you. cinnamon is a powerful antimicrobial that draws blood + oxygen to the surface of the skin and reduces the appearance of scars and uneven skin tone.


organic, cold pressed maracuja oil. moisturise and soothe. 

maracuja (passionfruit seed) is a magic oil for problem skin. it's high in oleic acid, which unlike the uber-oily linoleic acid, won't clog your pores. it acts as an anti-inflammatory to help offset the powerful cinnamon, and is rich in anti-oxidants to help fight nasty sh*t like free radicals. 


    pique a day keeps
    the bad skin away

    pique face mask ingredients

    leave it on…

    
because of all the nasty crap that isn’t in this product, it may change consistency depending on the temperature. stay calm.
    grab a generous helping and work between your fingers ‘til it’s spreadable. smooth over your skin and leave it on for as long as you like (that’s up to you). remember to embrace the tingle - that's pique showing your skin who’s boss. buff it off making sure you give those problem areas a real “p*ss off!” rub (or use a wash cloth for a more passive aggressive approach).


    or buff it out…

    
not everyone has time to get all masked up with cucumbers over their eyes, and that’s ok – this product isn’t needy. wet the area, buff it on, then wash it off. boom. done. better skin here you come.