These skincare-supplement hybrids take "clean enough to eat" to a whole new level.
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The mask: Golde started out as a wellness latte mix company, so I felt mostly safe starting my questionable taste test with their supplement-grade masks. Lucuma is commonly used as an alternative to refined sugar, and the dusky orange powder smelled like a fruit fly aphrodisiac: a heady mix of apricot fruit leather and Stevia. The chalky mask dried within minutes, and while I only noticed a bit of redness after washing it off, my hormonal skin looked calmer in the morning.
The taste: If an upstate health food co-op made their own Emergen-C packets, they’d probably taste like this. Mixed with water, the orange tonic has tartness from sea buckthorn (a Scandinavian berry high in skin-friendly fatty acids and Vitamin C), plus a mellow, butterscotch-like sweetness from lucuma. Honestly, it’s not bad. I finished the whole glass.
I’m keeping it: In my pantry to mix with yogurt and frozen mango for smoothies.
Buy it: Golde Lucuma Bright Mask, $34.
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