The latest in cruelty free beauty
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.
There's nothing worse than tossing and turning, struggling to get to sleep at night - especially if you know you've got to be up for something important. Lots of sleepless nights take their toll, so try these easy, natural methods for getting a better sleep, faster.
Face oils have rocketed in popularity. There are sooooo many to choose from and so many different names, it's difficult to know where to start. I started using oils in my skincare routine as a permanent fixture over a year ago but have played around with so many. Something I've been trying to achieve with my skincare routine is radiant skin.
Makeup Revolution have blown up in popularity in the UK and you can find them in pretty much every Superdrug as well as being able to buy online. But are they cruelty free? Here's what they had to say...
Good hair care products have been the hardest cruelty free product to find for me. I've always searched for products that will make my hair super silky but I rarely find something that's more than 'eh.' I recently tried out some products from John Masters Organics after getting some hair samples in a Love Lula beauty box.
For the longest time since going cruelty free I thought that Soap and Glory tested on animals. Here's their stance on animal testing...