Eco-friendly beauty is really taking off and if you love face masks as much as I do then this is great news for your skincare routine! All of these face masks are organic and produced in accordance with ethical standards above the usual high-street brands.
Soaking in the bath or watching Netflix with an eco-friendly face mask is a wonderful way to take care of you, so if you have a spare evening, there’s no reason not to treat yourself!
If you want to try introducing more eco-friendly beauty products into your regime, then check out how to have an eco-friendly facial, haircare routine, manicure, pedicure and even how to have an eco-friendly period.
1. Berries and Cream Superfood Face Mask
This berries and cream superfood mask is made from 99% organic ingredients, non-toxic and is 100% cruelty-free. Made from Acai and Goji berry this silky formula will help to detoxify your skin if you live in a city or spend time in an air-conditioned office. As an added bonus, the packaging is plastic-free.
2. Laila Lavender and Chamomile Clay Mask
This mask is in powder form which is a great way to save packaging and extends its shelf life which in turn saves the environment. The packaging is also predominately made from glass which is great for reducing plastic waste. Mix this Bentonite clay with water and while it may seem lumpy at first, it will spread smoothly on to your skin to help draw the toxins out. Lavender and chamomile are great for calming sensitive skin and it smells lovely.
3. TreeActiv Anti-aging Matcha Mask
If you have oily skin then this paraben-free matcha mask may be just the thing for you! It has loads of natural ingredients and this mask is totally vegetarian (but not vegan). Matcha has great antioxidant properties that are similar to tea tree that will help to rejuvenate your skin. This mask will help to tighten your pores as it draws out dirt and absorbs any oil on your face.
4. Poppy Austin Rhassoul Clay Mask
This is another wonderful clay powder mask made from clay from the Atlas Mountains. It’s cruelty-free and will help draw out those impurities from deep-down in your pores like never before! The bonus to this face mask is that it can also be used in your hair to help to condition and smooth it, just does it does with your skin.
5. Meme Carbonated Bubble Mask
I am really interested in Korean beauty as there are so many products out there, but I’ve struggled to find ones that are guaranteed to be organic, cruelty-free or not covered in plastic packaging. The good news is that I struck gold with this Meme bubble mask that in true K-beauty style bubbles up when you use it! It is made from aloe vera, clay and jojoba oil which are some of the active ingredients that will soothe and cleanse your skin while it bubbles. This mask is also vegan, cruelty-free and free from toxins.
The great thing about these face masks is that there is something for every type of skin, and if your skin changes depending on the season like mine, then you can change up your face mask to suit!
If you need any more eco beauty products then check out Ren Skincare as they avoid nasty products and are committed to reducing packaging waste:
What is your favourite organic face mask? Or do you have a recipe that you use? Let us know in the comments below!
Pin this for later: