Super-food Skincare Brand, ‘Beauty Cleanse,’ – Is Crowdfunding To Launch Their Brand New Face-Mask

Beauty Cleanse Skincare, the London-based vegan and ‘minimalist’ skincare startup, – is seeking to raise funds through by 1st May 2021, – to help fund their innovative new super food-powered, multi-purpose face mask.

We previously featured Beauty Cleanse Skincare’s Deep Cleansing Oil, And Makeup Remover, and their Superfood Skin Wellbeing Duo here on However, this time, – after two years of continuous testing and hard work, the brand is ready to unleash their multi-purpose face mask.

This new face mask promises to be a “nearly everything” treatment, as it works to brighten skin, refine pores, hydrate, soothe, detoxify, and it provide(s) an antioxidant boost, – all at once. Just like other products in their innovative range, the new “Nearly Everything Minimalist Powder Mask” is another super food-packed formula that is also super good for the planet. 

It is a 100% waterless formulation and is made with not one, but TWO up-cycled ingredients diverted from the food waste (discarded charcoal derived from oak fencing off-cuts, and rice extracts made from misshapen white rice).

Brimming with anti-inflammatory turmeric, brightening vitamin C, rejuvenating liquorice extract, soothing aloe Vera, and detoxifying charcoal extract, this natural face mask is just what is needed to feed the skin with eco-friendly, skin-loving nutrients, without compromising on the results. 

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Beauty Cleanse Skincare has proved that minimalism can also be sophisticated, and their natural, vegan range has turned many heads. The brand has won several awards for their potent multi-purpose serums, and their previous ‘most-recent’ launch (the Cleansing Oil + Makeup Remover) was a finalist in the “Natural Face Product” category at the Global Pure Beauty Awards, 2021.

Beauty Cleanse Skincare believes that ‘helping people to simplify wasteful beauty routines’ is a great crowdfunding project that will benefit both consumers and the planet, and the £5500 they are hoping to raise will enable them to empower people to de-clutter their masking stash and avoid excessive consumption. 

Furthermore, some of the money raised from this campaign will also be used to introduce zero-waste, plastic-free and multiuse gift bags to address issues around wrapping paper waste during the holiday season.

Considering the immense environmental impact of the consumerism on the planet, it’s time to focus on creating innovative multipurpose products that minimise unnecessary waste and encourage slow consumption. We simply do not need 10-12 step skincare routines to look and feel our best. Our skin only needs fewer high-quality products that supports its natural function,” said Saman Ali, the Founder of Beauty Cleanse Skincare.

The brand is also offering some exciting vegan and eco-friendly incentives for those who donate, such as zero-waste gift bags made of cork, multipurpose face mask brushes, VEG1 vegan supplements, coconut salad bowls, indulgent vegan brownies, and more.

Visit their crowdfunding page to get involved:

Or, head over to their website to discover their existing range: