The latest in cruelty free beauty
This month's edit focuses on bringing greenery into the home, gold accents and healing baths that'll get you through the cold days.
You’re probably sick and tired of hearing about microbeads. Plastic waste yadda yadda. It’s important, yes, but you get a bit numb to it when you hear it so much.
So what have I done? Written another post to add to that. I want to tell you why you don’t actually need them so you can make the decision whether or not to ditch yourself, not because someone on Twitter told you to.
Vegans don’t wear red… well, they can’t always red.
The colour red was one of the first pigments to ever be used in art. We associate it with love, anger and passion, and there’s just something about wearing a red lip that makes you walk a little differently.
When I discovered that Hourglass were cruelty free I was in love. There are so many great cruelty free highstreet beauty brands but it feels so good to find a luxury one. Most luxury brands test on animals so you can sometimes feels like you're missing out if you start the cruelty free journey.
I've been switching up my skincare routine quite a bit recently and have been trying out some new products. I'd been eyeing up Antipodes on LoveLula for a while and decided to try out their 'Rejoice - Organic Light Facial Day Cream.' I wanted something that would really hydrate my skin but wouldn't be too thick or leave any residue.
It can sometimes be a little difficult determining if a product is cruelty free or not. Particularly since the rise in demand for cruelty free products, brands have been getting tricky with their language. This guide will tell you exactly what you need to know to find out if a product is cruelty free.