Vegan + Cruelty-free Facial Mask Review #1

Happy Monday everyone!

Here is another review regarding facial masks! I love facial masks because it helps me relax after a long day and helps my skin out when I had a rough weekend.

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  1. Shea Shea Bakery Charcoal Purifying Mask is a super thick and super awesome facial mask. One of the first facial masks I purchased, I was immediately amazed by the quality of this homemade mask. It is super thick so a little goes a long way. The scent is very earthy, which I like, but if you are into more floral scents–you might want to pass on this. The price is definitely reasonable ($16 or $2/ounce). The ingredients are easy to pronounce and read so you know you are in good hands. This company is black-owned and woman-owned which I absolutely love. As far as if the product doing its job, my face definitely felt softer after using this product. My pores looks amazing too! I would say this product is my favorite. (VEGAN)
  2. Andalou Naturals Pumpkin Honey Glycolic Mask is my second favorite. This mask helped my dark spots so much so that other people were noticing. If you have dark spots, this mask is the one for you. It is expensive ($14.95 or $8.79 per ounce), but save for this mask because it is worth it. The scent is light. I would say however if you have sensitive skin, this mask might be too strong for you due to the strong ingredients (AHA and glycolic acid). (VEGAN)
  3. Shea Moisture African Black Soap Clarifying Mud Mask is an okay mask. I found the consistency to be very watery and the smell to be very funky. It didn’t dry down either. Comparing it to the Shea Shea Bakery Charcoal mask, this mask does not live up to its promise to help blemish skin types. My skin didn’t get worse when using this mask, but at the same time, it didn’t improve either. Like I said, it is an okay mask. It’s cheap so if you want to try it, you will be only out $12.99.

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