Milk Makeup Has Your 4/20 Self-Care Plans Covered With New Kush Products

Skin Care

Face mask and chill?

Back in February, Milk Makeup launched its cannabis seed extract-infused Hydro Grip Primer, along with a mascara, brow gel, lip balm and glaze last year. Today, the brand announced another staple item to its well-loved collection of kush beauty products. Starting tomorrow, it will offer a Cannabis Hydrating Face Mask to its growing number of mask sticks.

According to a press release, the mask stick's key ingredient is hemp-derived cannabis seed oil, which "instantly hydrates skin and helps with moisture retention over time." Aloe offers an additional burst of moisturizing and calming to the mix, making it the perfect addition to Milk's Matcha Detoxifying and Watermelon Brightening Face Masks. Though kaolin clay is a key ingredient in this product, the clay mask-averse shouldn't worry. Per Milk's release, "The formula also guarantees comfortable wear without the tightening/hardening sensation that often comes with clay," so it's all the benefit with none of the discomfort.

Like products before it, Milk has enlisted this super-hip ingredient without compromising on ethics. The mask stick is vegan and totally cruelty-free. Get a sneak peek at the product below, and head over to Milk Makeup or Sephora's website tomorrow to shop the new mask. And that's not all, in honor of the Kush collection's 1st birthday, the brand will release a new product every Monday all month long. Your face will be 4/20 ready all year long.

Milk Makeup, Cannabis Hydrating Face Mask, $24, available 4/2 at Milk Makeup.

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