Mkay, beautiful betches, it’s about to get spa-sy up in herrr! Today we’re talkin’ face masks… they aim to please, whether they’re zit-zappin’, wrinkle-fightin’, or thirst-quenchin’—they’re all such a treat! If you’re like me, your skin goes through all sorts of phases and hormonal ups and downs. So, here are some of my all-time favorite vegan and cruelty-free face masks to help with all your skin woes.
- Acure Organics Agan Stem Cell + CGF Cell Stimulating Facial Mask (anti-aging) – I’m an argan oil fanatic. My hubby is always making fun of me because it sounds like a planet from a scifi show. 🙂 Anyhoo, Acure is one of my über fave vegan-friendly skincare lines (they use argan oil in pretty much everything). This mask is especially fab because alongside argan stem cells, it has Chlorella Growth Factor (um, FANCY), French Green Clay, CoQ10, and Seabuckthorn Oil. We’re talkin’ some serious cell repair, people. Btw, this is the face mask I’m wearing in the pic above.
- Aubrey Age-Defying Therapy AHA Mask (anti-aging) – The powerful antioxidant-rich mask includes sea buckthorn oil and a mild but effective fruit acid blend that aims to help brighten and smooth skin and restore a healthy glow. It gently exfoliates and truly leaves skin super smooth afterwards.
- LUSH Cupcake Face Mask (for acne-prone skin) – When I first spotted this at LUSH, the name alone has me sold. I would gladly smear a cupcake all over my face if it meant having beautiful, glowing skin. 😉 This decadent and beyond delicious smelling chocolate mint face mask is perfect for oily and acne-prone skin. It has cooling spearmint oil, vanilla absolute to calm redness, and Rhassoul mud to deeply cleanse and detox. Love, love LOVE this (and that’s an understatement).
- Mychelle Dermaceuticals Hydrating Cactus Mask (for dry skin) – The Sahara desert ≠ mah face… at least not after this intensely hydrating face mask. It’s hella soothing, nourishing, and it does a kickass job at preventing moisture loss. And dude, how cool is it that it contains prickly pear cactus extract? It also contains sunflower, jojoba, hemp, and avocado oils, along with organic green tea and tocotrienols, which make this bad boy an antioxidant & moisture-rich powerhouse. That’s what I’m talkin’ about!
What are some of your favorite vegan and cruelty-free face masks?
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