Turn your bathroom into a spa; pamper yourself with these vegan masks. | Lush

It’s getting cold outside. It’s time to unpack those sweaters, stock up on all of the warm, cozy beverages, and break out the fluffy blankets for winter. While you’re hunkering down for the season, why not also give your skin some much needed TLC and leave yourself a little bit of time for relaxation and self-care? These seven natural, vegan facemasks will allow you to look after your outside – and your inside – for just a little section of the day, leaving you feeling rejuvenated and fresh-faced.

7 Vegan Face Masks to Rejuvenate and Brighten Your Skin


Soothe redness and irritation with this gentle face mask. | Lush

1. Cosmetic Catastrophe by Lush

The Cosmetic Catastrophe by Lush is a soothing and sweet-smelling blend of antioxidant-rich blueberries, calamine powder, rose absolute, and chamomile blue oil. It’s made to cleanse gently without stripping away the skin’s natural oils, so it’s suitable for people with sensitive skin.

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This mask also features bamboo and green tea. | The Body Shop

2.  Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Mask by The Body Shop

This Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Mask by the Body Shop will make your skin tingle while it works its magic, unblocking your pores and releasing the toxins and impurities from your face. Infused with charcoal, bamboo, and green tea, the mask is inspired by Ayurvedic traditions and will leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed.

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This mud mask can help with clogged pores and redness. | Grace & Stella

3. Dead Sea Mud Clay Mask by Grace & Stella Co.

As the name suggests, this clay mask by Grace & Stella Co. contains mud straight from the Dead Sea. Rich in minerals, the mask is effective at treating blemishes, blackheads, cellulite, and wrinkles. To use, scoop on a small amount with a spatula (if it’s not drying fast enough, you’ve used too much) and wait 10 minutes, then clean off with a warm clean towel or clean water to see the results.

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This floral-scented mask comes in a powdered form. | Herbivore Botanicals

4. Pink Clay by Herbivore Botanicals

Herbivore Botanicals has a variety of natural, vegan cosmetics on offer. This pink clay facial mask with rosehip and chamomile flowers will exfoliate and soften your skin. According to the brand, thanks to high levels of iron oxide and silica, pink clay is great for rejuvenating your skin, renewing its cells, and improving its elasticity.

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You’ll be tempted to eat this light-as-air, marshmallow-scented mask (please do not). | Bliss

5. Mighty Marshmallow by Bliss

This airy, whipped hypoallergenic paraben-free face mask by Bliss will give your face a brightening boost. According to the brand, due to the marshmallow root extract, it hydrates and revives your skin, leaving you looking luminous.

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This convenient mask comes in stick form. | Milk Makeup

6. Watermelon Brightening Face Mask by Milk Makeup

Launched at the end of 2018, Milk Makeup’s Watermelon Brightening Face Mask will detoxify and purify your pores. It’s made with watermelon and Swiss garden cress sprout, the clay face mask is super easy to use; just simply roll the stick across your face, allow it to dry for five to ten minutes, then rinse off. The brand recommends you use the stick two to three times a week for the best results.

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This brightening mask is free from mineral oil. | Acure

7. Acure Brightening Face Mask

Acure’s Brightening Face Mask is made to draw out impurities as it brightens your skin, thanks to a powerful combination of Moroccan argan extract, chlorella, kale, and niacinamide. It’s also free from parabens, sulfates, mineral oil, petrolatum, and silicones.

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