A luxury vegan skincare brand has announced that its flagship product will feature in gift bags for Oscar nominees this year.
Academy Award nominees for the categories of Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Director will all be treated to a cleanser - which doubles up as a mask - from PĀIVÄ skincare.
The product, called 'Aloe, Gorgeous' is free-from animal products and testing, and is Leaping Bunny-certified.
According to PĀIVÄ skincare, its products are suitable for people of all genders, skin types, and ages.
It claims its products can be used by people with a number of conditions, including eczema and psoriasis.
The brand, whose mantra is 'there is truth under your trauma, and you can be happy in you’re skin' provides free support to its customers with skin or body image struggles.
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