Vegan, clean and cruelty-free skincare is on the rise. More and more women are becoming comfortable in their own skin and reading the ingredients in their skincare products. ‘Clean beauty’ has revolutionized the beauty market and is setting high standards for brands. Now, we’re in the no makeup looks which means, better skin. Let’s discuss which products are actually worth it.
Summer Fridays: Not only does Summer Fridays have clean ingredients in their skincare products but their packaging is stunning and always a piece of art. Their best selling jet lag mask is an influencer favorite. Thsi product has been all over Instagram and is loved by everyone. The mask can be used as a moisturizer as well and is packed with niacinamide, glycerin, and hyaluronic acid. I prefer to use this mask as a moisturizer because it keeps my skin looking amazing throughout the day and acts as a great primer for makeup!
The Inkey List: Here you will find clean ingredients that are affordable. The founders want to simplify skincare and offer packaging that is easy to read. Some of their best-selling products include an alpha hydroxy acid serum, vitamin C brightening cream, caffeine eye cream, and the Kaolin clay mask.
Youth to the People: My absolutely favorite cleanser is the Kale + Green Tea Spinach Vitamins Superfood Cleanser by Youth to the People. The brand offers plant-based products that are beautifully packaged in a glass container. This specific cleanser is a gel formula packed with antioxidants. Key ingredients include Kale, Spiniach, and Green Tea.
100% pure: They offer makeup and skincare. The Vitamin C serum has 1100, 5-star reviews with ingredients that you can't argue with. The Multi-Vitamin PM Serum specifially is potent and best to be worn at night. The serum has ingredients like 10% vitamin C, 1% Retinol, 10% Niacinamide, 10% vitamin E, Rosehip Oil and a ton of other ingredients.
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