FRESH- FACED

Nine masks that take the DIY out of food-based beauty.

Elle (Canada) - - Beauty -

If you pri­mar­ily use your kitchen as a place to store uten­sils for your UberEats de­liv­er­ies, it’s un­likely you’re the type to whip up home­made beauty prod­ucts. These fruit- and veg­etable-based face masks will add more nu­tri­tion to your life (if not to your diet). When Lev Glaz­man, co-founder of Fresh Beauty, set out to make a brightening face mask, he used food-grade-level cit­rus fruits that con­tain pow­er­ful nat­u­ral al­phahy­droxy acids (AHAs) to make up half of the in­gre­di­ent list. Nat­u­rally sourced in­gre­di­ents can also be an­tibac­te­rial (honey), anti-in­flam­ma­tory (blue­berry ex­tract) and even firm­ing (green ba­nana and thyme). No time to mask, you say? Take your cue from Glaz­man, who says he masks while do­ing al­most any­thing: “I drink tea, I watch TV,” he says. “My daugh­ters and I love watch­ing reruns of Sex and the City.” Count us in.

Clock­wise, from top left: Er­bo­rian Pâte au Gin­seng Black Con­cen­trated Mask ($76); Re­nee Rouleau Triple Berry Smooth­ing Peel ($113.38); Ole Hen­rik­sen Truth Sugar Glow Pol­ish­ing Mask ($55); Tata Harper Pu­ri­fy­ing Mask ($87); The Body Shop Ethiopian Honey Deep Nour­ish­ing Mask ($28); Clar­ins Ex­tra-Firm­ing Mask ($65); Fresh Vi­ta­min Nec­tar Vi­brancy-Boost­ing Face Mask ($80); Émi­nence Cit­rus & Kale Po­tent C+E Masque ($70); Kiehl’s Turmeric & Cran­berry Seed En­er­giz­ing Ra­di­ance Masque ($45). For de­tails, see Shop­ping Guide.

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