I’ve been collecting my used up products for a while now. Despite the fact that I am still using up products from before I transitioned to cruelty free products all of the products featured are cruelty free. I will not be discussing any products that I finish that are not. This is going to be a long post so I’m just going to get right into it!
Pixi Nourishing Cleansing Balm – £18.00
I think I can safely say that this product completely changed my approach to removing my makeup. Continue reading “Products I’ve Used Up (Cruelty Free)”
As a cruelty free consumer I am constantly emailing brands to find out about their animal testing status. I decided that it would be more helpful for everyone if I shared the responses I get rather than just adding brands to my cruelty free or avoid list. Below are the responses that I’ve had from brands this week. Continue reading “Cruelty Free Brand Updates”
If you’re a cruelty free consumer like me then you’ve probably already noticed that there’s a gap in the market for fragrance that isn’t tested on animals. The vast majority of perfume companies are tested on animals the likes of Estee Lauder, Givenchy and Chanel to name a few! There aren’t really a great deal of options out there for cruelty free consumers where fragrance is concerned. We may be cruelty free, but we still want to smell good right? Well, today I’m going to share with you a very exciting brand that’ll leave you with a heck of a lot of choice where fragrance is concerned. Continue reading “Eden Perfumes -Vegan and Cruelty Free Fragrance”
As a cruelty free consumer I frequently email companies to determine their cruelty free status. Sometimes the additional information they provide me with is quite interesting and a great insight into the brand and their values. Rather than just adding companies to my cruelty free or avoid list I figured that it would probably be helpful to you guys to actually share the responses that I get from brands. Continue reading “Cruelty Free Brand Updates”
Paul Mitchell Super Strong Liquid Treatment – £19.25
This brand are known for being a salon brand with a clear stance against animal testing. They are very upfront on their website and on their product packaging. With regards to animal testing Paul Mitchell says of their brand “never have done, never will.” It fills me with such joy when I come across companies that really care and speak out against animal testing. Continue reading “New to my Beauty Stash”