Singer-sensation Rihanna changed the cosmetics industry forever when she unveiled her foundation line with 40 different skin-tone shades. The move meant that beauty companies couldn’t just be about glamour, they had to understand what it meant to be inclusive. Vegetarian bath and beauty company Lush (best known for their popular shower bombs came out with their own vegan foundation in response. Now, the ethical beauty company has announced 40 new brands of skin-tone loving lipsticks!
Lush announced the product on their Instagram this week with a happy, inclusive video, saying: “These new vegan and hydrating lipsticks come in colors most requested from customers – nudes, greiges and reds! Which colors will you be trying first? The line will only be available in UK stores and on the UK Lush website, meaning beauty lovers in the USA can’t experience it quiet yet.”
So many lovely faces!
Skincare in the Kitchen!
Of course, you don’t have to go to a beauty store to make your skin look amazing. Check out these recipes filled with nutrients for perfect skin, courtesy of the Food Monster App.
Grilled Avocado With Roasted Tomatoes
Avocado is high in omega-3 fatty acids, which ensures our skin retains its moisture and smoothness. This Grilled Avocado with Roasted Tomatoes by Carri Pattison makes a great side dish or a quick, light meal. This easy-to-make recipe is raw and will leave you full without feeling fatigued. If you aren’t into grilling, simply roast the avocados along with the tomatoes.
Roasted Shiitake With Celeriac Potato Purée
Shiitake mushrooms are high in vitamin B5 which produce the keratinocyte cells that keep our skin moisturized. in Courtney West‘s recipe, this delicious, creamy celeriac and potato purée is topped with earthy, meaty Shiitake mushrooms. The Roasted Shiitake With Celeriac Potato Puree is made extra creamy, thanks to coconut butter and a splash or two of non-dairy milk and is seasoned with chopped chives and nutritional yeast, which adds a layer of cheesiness.
Sweet Potato Gnocchi With Brown Butter Sage Sauce
Sweet potatoes contain beta-carotene, which converts to vitamin A in the body. They also have trytophan, a calming amino acid that reduces stress which your skin benefits from as a result because stress causes acne, dry skin, and wrinkles. Gabrielle St. Claire‘s Sweet Potato Gnocchi With Brown Butter Sage Sauce is the perfect, warm homemade pasta dish to enjoy sweet potatoes in.
We hope you make these recipes and not only enjoy them, but reap their full benefits for your skin. For dry skin remedies, check out our 3 DIY Food-Based Remedies to Treat Dry Skin. To access 15,000 vegan and allergy-friendly recipes, download our Food Monster App.
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