The best organic natural face masks

The best natural organic face masks

Now that winter is drawing to a close and spring is approaching, I’m talking about the best organic natural face masks. These face masks are going to help you get your glow on, reinvigorating your skin to reveal its best self.

You’ll find a great variety of masks in this post – a silky pre-made mask, an exfoliating powder mask you mix yourself (fun, and very versatile), a peel mask, a sleeping mask, and one under £10 for the budget conscious.

If you’re baffled by all the different types of mask and are wondering which to try and what might suit you best, this post will help you.

But first things first.

Why use an organic natural face mask?

A mask is an essential part of your routine – especially if you’re spot or blackhead prone. And if dull or tired skin is a problem, try a mask. They can work wonders!

Healthy, clear and glowing skin. The best organic natural face masks contain natural muds or clays that draw excess oil and impurities from the skin, unplugging blackheads and pores. Some masks contain gentle natural acids that eat away at dead skin cells leaving you with a clearer complexion. They exfoliate and deep cleanse the skin, leading to a fresher visage in the long term.

The healthiest possible choice. Choose organic and natural masks to ensure the cleanest ingredients. Even better if the face mask is certified.

Chill time. It’s so nice to take your time to slowly savour the sensory experience of using a mask. Mixing the mask and smoothing it on, the feeling on your skin, inhaling the fragrant aromas, and shutting the bathroom door to your little ones for just 10 minutes. Bliss!

The best natural organic face masks

Antipodes Halo Skin-Brightening Facial Mud Mask

Suited to all skin types, this silky smooth pre-made mask gives instant brightening and lift. Antipodes Halo contains peony to fix uneven skin tone, along with mineral rich volcanic mud to detox your skin. All delivered with a fragrance of vanilla, raspberry, and musk.

Antipodes Halo Skin-Brightening Facial Mud Mask

I’ll be using this mask twice a week to get my skin ready for spring – reducing pigmentation from last summer, and priming my skin to reveal its true glow.

Antipodes Halo Skin-Brightening Facial Mud Mask

Buy Now – £26.99 at LoveLula

Odylique 3 in 1 Maca Mask

Perfect for sensitive skins, this deliciously minty mask comes as a fine powder that’s customisable with water, yogurt, or floral water. Because it comes water free the ingredients list is particularly clean, as no preservatives are needed.

Odylique 3 in 1 Maca Mask

As you gently massage this mask in, you’ll feel soft grains of oats gently polishing your skin. As the mask dries, green and white clays draw out impurities. Organic baobab fruit and maca supercharge this mask with vital amino acids, vitamins, and minerals.

This mask is great for those who want to save time exfoliating, as both steps are elegantly taken care of at the same time.

Odylique 3 in 1 Maca Mask

Buy Now – £20 at LoveLula

Mádara Active AHA Brightening Peel Mask

Don’t be put off by the name! This mask contains gentle fruit acids to target dull, tired skin that’s showing fine lines, wrinkles, or age spots – bringing back your glow. Brightening vitamin C and soothing elderflower add to the benefits of this mask.

Mádara Active AHA Brightening Peel Mask

Not one for sensitive skins, it’s typical to feel this one working. And it’ll really boost how your skin absorbs and benefits from other cosmetic products.

Mádara Active AHA Brightening Peel Mask

Buy Now – £12 at LoveLula

Dr Botanicals Pomegranate Superfood Regenerating Sleeping Mask

This novel mask stays on overnight, hydrating thirsty dull skin. With a base of cleansing kaolin, it contains pomegranate and crambe oil to strengthen and smooth the skin’s surface, making it look youthful and refreshed.

Dr Botanicals Pomegranate Superfood Regenerating Sleeping Mask

Beautifully suited to all skin types, just apply at night time and wash off in the morning with your usual cleanse.

Dr Botanicals Pomegranate Superfood Regenerating Sleeping Mask

Buy Now – £5.39 at Amazon

Skinfood Mud Masque

This fantastic value for money certified organic mask deep cleanses to soften and relax the skin leaving it renewed and revitalised.

Skinfood Mud Masque

Suitable for all skin types, it’s rich in natural minerals from volcanic muds of New Zealand. With its fresh scent, soothing aloe, and moisturising jojoba, it’s a real treat for skin in need.

Skinfood Mud Masque

Buy Now – £8.99 at BigGreenSmile

Final thoughts on the best organic natural face masks

I hope you’ve enjoyed my roundup of the best organic natural face masks. There are so many great masks to try and they’re wonderfully beneficial to any skincare routine.

What’s your favourite natural face mask? Let me know in the comments!

Advert: this post contains references to PR gifted products and products I’ve chosen with my credits as a LoveLula Accredited Blogger. My views are honest and my own.

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14 Replies to “The best organic natural face masks”

  1. O so many lovely products! I LOVE the PEEL mask from MÁDARA. It is one of my current faves! Thank you for the inspo! x Kari

    1. Thanks Kari! So glad to hear you like these! Madara ia a great brand! 🙂

  2. Ooooh, the pomegranate one sounds perfect for hydrating my dull skin! Need to try it.

    1. Yes, pomegranate is so good!

  3. Great round up Helen! These are the masks I am yet to try, so needless to say my wishlist just got way longer 🙂

    1. Thanks so much Renata! Glad you like 🙂

  4. I really love using sleeping masks. I don’t use many clay masks as they tend to irritate my skin. Thanks for rounding these up!

    1. They’re lovely aren’t they! Sorry to hear clay masks irritate your skin. Thankfully there are lots of alternatives.

  5. I have a hard time with face masks because my skin is so sensitive and I’m allergic to most perfumes. Which of these do you recommend for sensitive skin?

    1. Sorry to hear that! Definitely Odylique Maca Mask – it’s suitable for sensitive skin and contains no synthetic fragrance, just a mild amount of mint and myrtle essential oils.

  6. I’ve never really done face masks before but I keep hearing great things. I want to start trying some and these sound like a great place to start!

    1. They certainly are! I think you’ll love masking, it’s so much fun and so good for your skin.

  7. I love face masks! My skin always feels amazing afterwards.

    1. That’s amazing, mine does too!

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