Enjoy soft, supple skin with a little face mask love in your skincare routine! Our fruit-based face masks are packed with good-for-you superfoods and active ingredients like raspberry, AHA, blueberry, hyaluronic acid, watermelon, and salicylic acid to brighten your skin, hydrate it, revitalize it from deep within, or even fight your acne breakouts. So, if you're on the hunt for a face mask for acne, skin brightening & skin repair, shop around to find the perfect fit for your skin!
Our fruit-based face masks are designed to target different skin concerns and goals. Whether you need a boost of hydration, a dose of radiance, or a deep cleanse, we have a fruit-based face mask for you. Here are a few benefits of using fruits/superfoods-based skincare with the infusion of science-backed actives:
Brighten your skin with raspberry and AHA: Raspberry is rich in antioxidants and vitamin C that help to brighten your skin tone and even out your complexion. AHA is a natural acid that exfoliates dead skin cells and reveals smoother and more glowing skin.
Hydrate your skin with blueberry and hyaluronic acid: Blueberry is a superfood that contains antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that hydrate and replenish your skin. Hyaluronic acid is a powerful moisturizer that can hold up to 1000 times its weight in water and plump up your skin.
Revitalize your skin with watermelon and salicylic acid: Watermelon is a refreshing fruit full of vitamins, amino acids, and lycopene that revitalize your skin. Salicylic acid is a gentle exfoliant that cleanses your pores and reduces inflammation.
Our fruit-based face masks are made with both, nature-derived and science-backed ingredients that are vegan and cruelty-free. We do not use any Parabens, Sulfates, Phthalates, or other toxic ingredients in our products. So what are you waiting for? Treat yourself to some fruity goodness. You can choose from three different variants: Raspberry & AHA Skin Brightening & Hydrating Face Mask, Blueberry Blueberry & Aloe Vera Pollution Defense 5% Niacinamide Face Mask, and Watermelove Blemish Fighting Anti-Acne Face Mask with 1% Salicylic Acid. Each one has its own unique features to suit different skin types and needs. Mix and match them to create your own custom face mask routine.
Q: How do fruit-based face masks benefit my skin?
A: We know fruits and superfoods taste amaa-azing, but are you aware of the magic they can bring to your skincare? They contain antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and enzymes that help to nourish your skin and protect it from environmental damage. They can also help to exfoliate dead skin cells, unclog pores, reduce inflammation, and boost collagen production.
Q: Are fruit-based face masks suitable for all skin types?
A: There is no one-size-fits-all fruit-based face mask for all your skin needs. We recommend you to understand your skin type first through a patch test, before using any product. For example, if you have oily or acne-prone skin, you can use a fruit face mask that contains salicylic acid or AHA to gently cleanse and clarify your skin. If you have dry or sensitive skin, you can use a hydrating face mask that contains hyaluronic acid or watermelon to moisturize and soothe your skin. If you have normal or combination skin, you can use a brightening face mask that contains raspberry or blueberry to enhance your skin tone and even out your complexion.
Q: Do fruit-based face masks help with acne-prone skin?
A: Absolutely! Fruit-based masks can be a great help to acne-prone skin! For instance, our Watermelove Face Mask with 1% Salicylic Acid has the goodness of watermelon and papaya extract, which actually replenishes your skin with antioxidants, boosting your natural radiance. It's so coooool on your skin! While fruits and superfoods have their own benefits, the infusion of a superfood like watermelon and a science-backed active like Salicylic Acid makes your skin fight the blemishes and stay hydrated, all the time.
Q: How often should I use a fruit-based face mask?
A: You can use a fruit-based face mask once or twice a week as part of your regular skincare routine. However, if you have sensitive skin, you may want to start with less frequent use and gradually increase as needed.