Facetheory Skincare Sale items


It’s that time again for yet another one of my favourite brands – Facetheory skincare!

SALE time!

Although I have talked about Facetheory many times, if you haven’t heard of it before – it is a vegan and cruelty free brand from England. Most of their products are available in amber glass jars with aluminium caps – or 100% aluminium tubes which are easy to recycle. They pack your order with biodegradable materials and use packaging to the minimum. Quite nice I’d say!

They also are approved under the Cruelty Free International Leaping Bunny programme, so you know they care about the animals and are 100% vegan as a brand.

You can check my post on 11 Luxury Vegan Skincare Brands, where I talk about some of my favourite 100% vegan skincare brands. One of them is actually Facetheory.


Back to the SALE announcement. They currently have a sale on their website which is quite amazing! Due to their sale changing constantly I can’t guarantee that these products will still be on sale, but feel free to check the desired product.

You can also use code BBNASX to get additional 20% off the sale or any other product from Facetheory.

Access the sale HERE!

The TOP 5 beauty buys!

Here are some of my favourite products from this sale. I quickly restocked once I saw the sale and they delivered within a few days from ordering.


Regena-C Moisturizer M4

Their regenerating Moisturizer M4 absorbs quickly and leaves skin feeling soft and hydrated.

Stabilised vitamin C, vitamin E, their retinol – retinyl palmitate (0.6%) and hyaluronic acid stimulate cell turnover while protecting skin’s moisture balance and shielding against future environmental damage.

I can definitely vouch for this moisturiser as it’s the third one I buy and absolutely love how it smoothens my skin overnight! Make sure you use SPF on top of this as the retinol can make your skin a bit sensitive.

Use small amounts at it doesn’t absorbs easy on oilier skin.


Green Tea Face Mask MK2

The Green Tea Face Mask MK2 absorbs oil while its actives accelerate skin cell turnover. Formulated to be kind to sensitive and allergy-prone skin.

This ultra-ventilated facial mask with superfine French clay, premium face oils, chamomile and green tea gently cleanses and balances without drying skin.

It’s definitely my favourite mask from Facetheory and calms my skin down when it needs to. I am actually using it as I’m typing this.


Bakuluronic Moisturiser M1

The Bakuluronic Moisturiser M1 is formulated with bakuchiol, a botanical active (and alternative to retinol) valued for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Hyaluronic acid protects skin’s moisture balance, rice starch mattifies and hydrates, and stabilised vitamin C defends against environmental aggressors.

It has a light, silky texture and absorbs rapidly to impart deep hydration without shine. It’s not as thick as Regent-C and it definitely absorbs better.


Elaquate Serum S11

This is their newest serum and it combines water-infusing electrolytes, amino acids and minerals that work together to deeply penetrate skin to replenish and lock in moisture, providing total hydration yet feeling light and clean

The Elaquate Serum absorbs quickly to visibly hydrate skin with a fusion of electrolytes, amino acids and minerals that work to restore and protect skin’s optimal moisture balance.

I personally felt it’s a bit too watery and feels more like a toner than a serum, however, my skin feels amazing when I use it and it definitely is up there with my favourite hydrating serums.


Pink Clay AHA Face Mask MK1

This is actually one of the first products I tried by Facetheory two years ago. The microfine pink clay mask absorbs oil while its actives encourage skin cell exfoliation and renewal. Skin looks brighter and feels refreshed.

Is it my favourite clay? No, but it does the job and it’s very affordable, compared to my true favourite clay by SkinCeuticals.


A bonus: Amil-C Whip M5 SPF 20

Facetheory skincare launched this new mousse moisturiser I think last year and it’s as light as air and absorbs quickly into skin.

They claim to not use any artificial carbomers to achieve this by using latest skincare technologies. I am not sure how they are doing that. IF you do, let me know in the comments section. 🙂

The Amil-C Whip M5 is available with SPF 20 and broad spectrum UVA protection. It’s formulated for people with larger pores and helps to brighten skin while protecting and nourishing. They have the scented option with bergamot or the unscented. I’m a sucker for a good scent, so I always go with the scented creams.

Amil-C SPF uses Tinosorb® S to give broad spectrum sun protection of SPF 20, but if you need higher protection, you may wish to consider Amil-C Whip M5 SPF 30 with 5% Niacinamide and Dual Action Vitamin C.

Amil-C Whip M5 SPF 30

Have you tried anything from Facetheory?


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