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Youth To The People is our Brand of the Month!

This December, the Cult Beauty team is dedicated to getting in our greens… via our {skin care}, of course! It’s time for a shiny new #CultBrandoftheMonth, and in the name of preserving our complexions through all the late nights, prosecco and cheese (so much cheese) that party season may throw our way, we’ve chosen skin saviours {Youth To The People} as the focus of our attention. 

Hailing from California, but now beloved by beauty fanatics the world over, Youth To The People’s {eco-conscious}, vegan formulas are supercharged with superfoods to effectively deliver vitamins, antioxidants and phytonutrients your skin is sure to slurp up. With new arrivals, old favourites and, of course, FREE SHIPPING* all month long, there’s no better time to see what all the fuss is about….

The newest addition to the green gang, the {Superberry Dream Cleansing Balm} makes light work of removing even the most stubborn of {make up}, {SPF} and pore-clogging dirt — without ever sacrificing the health of your all-important moisture barrier. How? Well this rich, whipped balm melts all that unwanted grime away while cloaking skin in a mix of Chilean wineberry and prickly pear. Yes, that may sound like the ingredients list for a deliciously fruity cocktail, but it’s actually a nourishing duo that, with the help of moisture-loving hyaluronic acid, works to soften, hydrate and strengthen your skin. 

A Cult Beauty bestseller for good reason (not to mention continually touted by {TikTok} as a skin care shelfie essential) the {Superfood Cleanser} is like a green juice for your skin, thanks to its nutritionally-dense line up of kale, spinach and green tea. Who knew getting your five-a-day was as simple as washing your face? Okay, maybe not quite — but this refreshing cleanser (housed in a sleek, environmentally-friendly glass bottle) does pump skin with phytonutrients and vitamins C, E and K, all of which help to brighten and nourish. And this gel-like formula is gentle enough to use for your AM and PM cleanse. Result!

Sure to make the rest of your routine green with envy, the {Mandelic Acid + Superfoods Unity Exfoliant} sits in the sweet spot of being an exceptionally effective exfoliating treatment — without causing skin to go into irritation overdrive. That’s because of a smoothing, clarifying blend of 3% mandelic acid, 2% salicylic acid and 1% gluconolactone (a cell turnover-boosting PHA), all supplemented with liquorice root that soothes skin and glucosamine that adds a boost of hydration. Just a sweep of a cotton pad soaked in this clever concoction begins a gentle process of revitalisation to reveal a more glowing and radiant complexion.

Juicy, plumped up skin demands a great moisturiser, and Youth To The People’s {Superfood Air-Whip Moisture Cream} offers a bucket-load of hydration alongside the brand’s signature mix of superfoods. Perfect for oily and dry skin alike, the whipped, gel-like texture won’t clog pores but will still deliver a healthy dose of industry-lauded hyaluronic acid, a humectant that draws moisture into the skin, helping your complexion to retain water for a healthy and hydrated finish. The best bit? It’s glass packaging is recyclable; guilt-free beauty at its best.

That’s just the beginning. Discover the full range of superfood-fuelled skin care stars from Youth To The People — made even sweeter with FREE SHIPPING for the whole of December.*

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Chloe Lawrance

Chloe Lawrance

Copywriter

Chloe is a Copywriter at Cult Beauty. She is a skin care fanatic and you can normally find her dispensing advice and recommendations to just about anybody that will listen (her cardinal rules? SPF daily; just say ‘no’ to face wipes; there’s no such thing as too much hydration). Chloe’s perfect day would be spent laying in the sun, a book in one hand and a cocktail (one spicy margarita, please) in the other. However, living in East London, the most she can usually hope for is sneaking 20 minutes with her Kindle and a pint in a pub garden.