If you’re familiar with Logical Harmony at all, then you’ll know that I have been using lots of Lush face masks for a very long time. They recently launched a series of cruelty-free jelly face masks and I could not wait to give them a try! The Lush Birth of Venus Jelly Mask is meant to help refresh and balance your skin. I’m always curious to try any vegan-friendly face mask, so I wanted to give this one a try on camera.
If the Lush Birth of Venus Jelly Mask demo and first impressions video, I use this cruelty-free face mask for the first time and share my initial thoughts after use.
Is Lush Cruelty-Free?
Yes. Lush is cruelty-free. They are on the Logical Harmony Cruelty-Free Brand List. Lush also frequently campaigns against animal testing and is very vocal about being cruelty-free.
Is the Lush Birth of Venus Jelly Mask vegan?
Yes. The Lush Birth of Venus Jelly Mask is vegan. It is free from any animal and animal derived ingredients.
Products included in the Lush Birth of Venus Jelly Mask Demo & First Impressions video are:
Lush Birth of Venus Jelly Mask Description from Lush:
“When you want to feel as gorgeous as a goddess (or god), treat yourself to this skin-balancing jelly mask. Mineral-rich fresh sea water tones and refreshes skin, as lavender oil and a fresh rose infusion calm irritation and soothe redness. All of it’s whipped up in an intensely softening carrageenan base for buttery smooth skin.”
Lush Birth of Venus Jelly Mask Ingredients:
Fresh Rose Petals Infusion (Rosa Centifolia) (Rose Petals (Rosa Centifolia)) Kaolin Glycerine Propylene Glycol Sea Water Talc Carrageenan Extract (Chondrus crispus) (Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan) Extract) Lavender Absolute (Lavandula angustifolia) Chamomile Blue Oil (Matricaria chamomilla) Olibanum Oil (Boswellia carterii) Myrrh Resinoid (Commiphora myrrha) Fragrance Blue 1 *Occurs naturally in essential oils
Do you think you will pick up the Lush Birth of Venus Jelly Mask? If you already have it, what do you think about this mask?