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LDFANG DIY Face Mask Maker Face Mask Natural Collagen Vegetable

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Product description

Power: 90w
Rated voltage: AC100-240V
Production temperature: 75°C-85°C
Production time: 300s
Weight: 1.1kg
Size: 23.5*15*17.5cm

Instructions:
1. Put the host on a horizontal desktop and plug in the power
2. Open the lid and put in 60ml of water according to the prompt sound
3. Add 20ml of fruit and vegetable juice or nutrient solution according to the prompt
4. Add collagen peptide according to the prompt
5. Put the lid on and start working, wait for five minutes
6. After the mask is made, press the guide button to export the liquid to the mask plate to cool down for five minutes before use

The package includes:
Power cord x1
Collagen peptide x32,
Manual x1
Brush x1
Plastic knife x1
100ml cup x1
Host x1
Mask board x1

LDFANG DIY Face Mask Maker Face Mask Natural Collagen Vegetable

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