Top 5 Face Masks for Gorgeous Skin

Every now and again our skin needs a boost to help keep it looking its best, and a face mask is the perfect product to help enhance the skin. Face masks help to draw out toxins and impurities from deep within the skin, plus they keep moisture levels topped up. Choose one for your skin type and you will reap extra benefits such as super hydration or a brightening effect. Used weekly, face masks are not only a treat for your skin; they can play a key part in your relaxation regime too. Simply apply your mask and let it work its magic while you light some soy candles and lie back in a warm bath to relax your mind and body.

Vegan Face Masks

1. Tropic Radiance Clay Mask

Best for: oily/combination skin
This oil-busting mask is made with absorbent green clay which draws out impurities and toxins from the skin. The antibacterial effects of olive leaf extract helps to fight blemishes, while willow bark helps to remove dead skin cells and reveal new ones through its high salicylic acid content. Goji berry extract and guarana seed are added for their powerful antioxidant effects. This mask is great for unclogging pores and leaving your skin feeling super clean.

2. Eminence Organics Bright Skin Masque

Best for: pigmented skin
This product is perfect for normal to dry skin types with an uneven complexion. Bearberry extract, GigaWhite™ and Natural Hydroquinone Alternative (a natural brightening agent made with African potato and tara tree) help to lighten the appearance of dark spots and brighten the skin. Licorice root soothes and provides antioxidant effects while stone crop hydrates and nourishes. This masque is free from parabens, sodium lauryl sulfates, synthetic dyes, petrochemicals, animal by-products, phthalates, GMOs and triclosan.

3. Neal’s Yard Remedies Rejuvenating Frankincense Firming Mask

Best for: mature skin
This mask is ideal for mature skin or those who are concerned about ageing. The mask helps to lift, refine and tone the skin through its innovative blend of powerful natural ingredients. Frankincense rejuvenates, marine algae firms and hyaluronic acid deeply moisturises. Tri-peptide is added to stimulate collagen production, intensely tighten the skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines.

4. Aubrey Organics Calming Skin Therapy Hydrating Mask

Best for: sensitive skin
This soothing product helps to firm and smooth the skin, restore its natural moisture balance and calm sensitive areas. Organic aloe and sea aster are added to combat redness and reinforce the skin’s moisture barrier. Oatmeal and rice spheres gently exfoliate dead skin cells to reveal fresh, glowing skin. Prickly pear provides an antioxidant effect and helps to firm and protect skin due to its high piscidic acid content.

5. PHB Ethical Beauty Hydrating Face Mask

Best for: dry skin
This mask has a non-drying formula which helps to lock in moisture. Made by hand, this product contains a range of natural ingredients to leave skin soft, supple and radiant. Kaolin clay helps to draw out toxins and impurities and boost the circulation for a healthy, more radiant complexion. Evening Primrose, geranium and patchouli are added for their moisturising properties, while cocoa butter and omega rich oils help to nourish and soothe the skin.



Header photo by Dominik Gwarek

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Jessica White

Wellness Editor

Jessica is a holistic beauty therapist from Cornwall, UK. She has her own business specialising in providing luxury, vegan and eco-friendly treatments. Jessica loves reading, writing and going for long walks around the coast and countryside with her husband Jamie and their little dog Jack.

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