Singer SoKo Shares Her Favorite Queer-Owned, Cruelty-Free Skincare Products

See all the vegan skincare the songwriter loves in Masked and Answered.

French singer-songwriter SoKo (opens in new tab) oozes cool. Her newest album Feel Feelings and music video "Looking for Love" (opens in new tab) illustrates her effortlessly cool persona and beautiful voice so well. If you've ever wondered how she gets her skin so good, SoKo took us inside of her sunny Los Angeles bathroom to talk beauty, veganism, and bath time with her baby boy for an episode of Masked and Answered.

SoKo starts off by slathering her skin in a bright blue probiotic mask from Aliangé Skincare (opens in new tab) ($70). "This brand is from Australia and they don't test on animals," she says in the video. "I'm vegan so I love that. I take probiotics every day so I thought it'd be interesting to put them on my skin." Her morning routine? Inconsistent due to all of the attention she's giving to her son. When she does get around to it she sticks to using brands that are vegan, cruelty-free, and sustainable. She also shares a few of her favorite queer-owned brands with good values and good products. Her hair hack for reviving curls? Body oil. "My hair gets really weird and when I want more curls, I would put body oil on my hair. I love the Noto Botanics Agender Oil  (opens in new tab)($40)...It smells delicious and like that it's multi-use—it's for body and hair and it gives me good curls."

When she's at home, her favorite beauty ritual is taking a bath with her son. "I take baths with my baby. We do this every day as a part of his bedtime routine. It really is my favorite way to relax and enjoy beautiful intimacy with him." She also feels the most beautiful when she's in a "sandwich cuddle" between him and her girlfriend. "That is the most love I ever feel. The most beautiful I ever feel. And the most special I ever feel."

Along with the products mentioned above, SoKo's entire skincare and wellness lineup is as follows: Aliangé Soothing Day Cream (opens in new tab) ($70), Noto Botanics Deep Serum (opens in new tab) ($50), Youth To The People Superberry Hydrate + Glow Oil (opens in new tab) ($44), Retrouve Baume Ultime  (opens in new tab)($195), Bioderma Sensibio H20 (opens in new tab) ($15), Exuviance Vitamin C Serum Capsules (opens in new tab) ($70) Retrouve Intensive Replenishing Facial Moisturizer (opens in new tab) ($270), Egyptian Magic Cream  (opens in new tab)($32), and Youth To The People Superberry Hydrate + Glow Dream Mask with Vitamin C  (opens in new tab)($48).

Shop SoKo's Sustainable, Cruelty-Free and Vegan Skincare Routine

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Maya Allen
Former Beauty Editor

Maya Allen is the former Digital Beauty Editor at MarieClaire.com where she covered makeup, skincare, haircare, wellness, you name it! She has a 15-step skincare routine, owns over 200 red lipsticks, and enjoys testing the latest and greatest in beauty. On most weekends, you can find her at her happy place, which is her makeup vanity. There, she’s usually blasting her speakers while singing along to lyrics at the top of her lungs, and making sure her highlighter is on point.