[2020 Beauty Trends] 6+ Plant-Powered Vegan Skincare and Hair Care Products
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For next-level hydration
Hydrating aloe vera joins forces with blue tansy and lemongrass to create luxurious skincare for your entire body.
Detox Mode Infinite Crème, $50, thedetoxmarket.ca
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For overnight results
Infused with both superfoods (avocado and matcha) and actives (like encapsulated retinol), this gentle overnight mask gets serious results, like more youthful-looking skin.
Glow Recipe Avocado Melt Retinol Sleeping Mask, $66, sephora.ca
(Want to make your won? Check out these DIY face mask recipes.)
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For environmental protection
Enriched with plant stem cells, this gel-like serum protects skin from pollution. (Plus, don’t miss these tips on how to improve your indoor air quality.)
Drops of Youth Concentrate Serum, $40, thebodyshop.com
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For luscious hair
The green goodness of kale, matcha and algae help this rinse deliver on shine.
Shea Moisture Moringa & Avocado Power Greens Hair Rinse, $12, Shoppers Drug Mart
(Psst: Learn how a good hair day can dramatically improve your mood.)
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For redness relief
Basically fresh-pressed juice for your skin, phytonutrients from green tea, sprouts and celery stem cells target skin concerns like redness.
Supergreens Soother Cooling Gel Mask, $48, strivectin.com
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For an instant refresh
This moisturizer uses cactus water, known to adapt to dry climates and retain moisture, to help your skin do the same. (FYI: This is the difference between dry and dehydrated skin.)
Boscia Cactus Water Moisturizer, $50, sephora.ca
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For a detoxifying cleanse
Magnolia extract and white clay are behind this one minute (!) mask’s detoxifying powers.
Nivea Essentials Urban Skin Detox Purifying Clay Mask, $12, Shoppers Drug Mart
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