There’s no denying the cosmetics industry is hugely wasteful, but a rise in sustainable makeup brands is changing the game for the better.
Sustainable, Clean and Zero Waste Beauty Brands
With climate change and anxiety about the future of our planet at an all-time high, it’s little wonder so many of us are hitting the reset button on our beauty-buying habits and how we dispose of our empty bottles. Thankfully, companies such as Ecosophist are making it easier for us to choose wisely.
A good skincare routine is essential for healthy skin. However, finding sustainable and eco-friendly vegan makeup brands can be difficult. Whether you have dry skin, acne-prone skin or oily skin, an exfoliating face mask will keep your skin soft and hydrated. If you’re tired of acne, blackheads and breakouts, a clay mask may be just what you need. A hydrating facial mask not only cleans out your pores, but it also gives you fresh, glowing skin. Choose from a range of sheet masks, overnight masks, leave-on masks, DIY face masks and gel face masks that moisturise and brighten your skin. Boost your skincare routine with a collection of all-natural and dermatologist-approved masks.
What I love about face masks, aside from the fact they’re amazing for your skin, is that it’s the budget girl’s alternative to getting a facial. Facials are expensive, and while I definitely feel like they’re worth it, it’s not something everybody can personally afford to do on a monthly basis.
Lately, I have become somewhat obsessed with non-toxic skincare and sustainable makeup products, so it’s no surprise that I’ve tried a bazillion different face masks. And since I know the aisle of a natural beauty store can get a little overwhelming, I thought it would be fun to share what I think is one of the best non-toxic face masks!
Super leaves Skin Restore Clay Mask
Is a super-leaves-rich powder skin restore clay mask that will help get your natural glow back. This restoring powder-to-paste mask packs super leaves ingredients to improve skin texture, elasticity, and radiance. It encourages the skin cells to renew, helping minimise breakouts, blur blemishes, and pigmentation, and iron fine lines into oblivion, these fourth elements help your skin detox from free radicals you get every day.
It seems like every year or two a new “superfood” hits the shelves of health food stores around the country. Whether it be some Chinese ancient herbal remedy or some pseudo-grain grown by an indigenous culture in some part of the world, superfoods have been growing in popularity with the health-conscious population around the world.
The moringa tree, like other superfoods, offers enormous amounts of nutrients, vitamins, and minerals that our bodies need.
Moringa is believed to have many benefits and its uses range from health and beauty to helping prevent and cure diseases.
Fights wrinkles & sagging skin: High vitamin C levels help boost natural collagen production and protect your skin from oxidative stress, fighting off wrinkles, sagging and sun damage.
Keeps skin clear: and its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties can also help clear skin problems such as acne or blackheads.
Moringa is remarkably high in vitamin C having about seven times more than oranges, in fact. This is great news for your skin, which needs the vitamin to naturally produce collagen. Vitamin C helps boost collagen production and cell turnover. This supports the skin’s ability to self-repair and maintains its healthy youth.
Check out the full range of sustainable beauty products at ecosophist.