Until recently, I haven’t really thought about where my beauty ingredients come from – it takes time and a lot of Google to decipher a product label. It is a small minefield. But without knowing it, three of the skin care products I’m currently dealing with are actually vegan. This means that these lotions and potions contain no animal extracts or animal by-products. I am not particularly obsessed with my skin care products; when I see results, I am cute. But it seems to improve my ethics and to be more aware of what goes into my skin care products is worth my time and money as these products were sent by God.
Similar to PIXI Peel and Polish, Herbivore Moon Fruit Superfruit Night Treatment is packed with fruit enzymes to gently revitalize the skin and clean the pores. The overnight mask also contains moisturizing butter and hyaluronic acid, which gives me the thumbs up as it helps keep my skin round. And despite its purple appearance, you can wear the mask overnight without your pillow case getting messed up because the color disappears when massaged in. I’m not yet completely convinced of the lavender-scented formula, but I hit my skin with a facial oil in the evening to improve hydration (as Herbivore suggests)I wake up in the morning and look like I’ve drunk my two liters of water. If you’re dehydrated, sensitive, or want to take off dull skin, it’s worth pampering yourself.
I am picky about moisturizers since I have dehydrated skin, but I hate anything that is thick or sticky on the face, especially when the weather becomes sweaty. But Dr. Roebucks No Worries face moisturizer ticked the right boxes and went seamlessly into my skin care routine by bumping all the other moisturizers on the back of the cabinet. The light formulation contains a simple mixture of active ingredients such as hyaluronic acid and macadamia nut oil, two moisture magnets and vitamin E for additional anti-aging benefits. Gently massaged into my skin, it is easily absorbed and not greasy. This makes it feel soft, smooth and rounded. The inclusion of glycerin (often included in primers) creates the perfect canvas for the makeup. The only criticism is that it doesn’t contain an SPF. However, since I have committed myself to my new skin care, I have invested in an additional SPF for the face.
Get to know my current skin care favorite. PIXI Peel and Polish. This 2-in-1 mask and polish is a miracle worker. Because with most skin care products, you won’t expect actual results unless you use them consistently for several weeks, but I’m not fooling you. This product transforms my skin in just 5 minutes. The PIXI Peel and Polish contains lactic acid and papaya enzyme, which acts like an AHA (but is much gentler) to remove all dead skin cells from your face. I apply the mask twice a week 5 minutes after cleaning, then massage it gently with my fingertips and remove it with warm water. Because it is acid-based, it causes a certain tingling sensation, but it is volatile and pleasant. The result? Immediately softer, more radiant skin without feeling tight or drying out. In fact, the results aren’t too dissimilar to Peter Thomas Roth’s pumpkin enzyme mask, but it’s far cheaper and your skin won’t look red immediately after use.
What do you think of vegan beauty products?
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