Vegan Beauty Jun 26, 2018 allnatural beauty beautyblogger crueltyfree dryskin eczema exfoliate exfoliation exfoliator naturalskincare oilyskin organic vegan veganism veganskincare 1 Comments Posted in: Beauty, General, News Articles, Products, Skincare, Uncategorized

 

Last week our favourite product, Flower Peel Serum, was featured on Bt.com’s health blog 

 

Vegan skincare products: The most hard-working beauty buys to try

 

Veganism isn’t just about enjoying a meat and dairy-free diet – these chic and powerful skincare products are vegan too.

Last updated: 19 June 2018 – 10.29am

Veganism has become pretty hip over the last few years and as people give up meat, dairy products and animal products.

According to healthy food brand Pollen + Grace, there are at least 542,000 vegans in the UK right now – 10 years ago, that figure was only around 150,000.

And thanks to many familiar high street restaurants and food brands introducing vegan lines and nut milks arriving in your local coffee shop, it’s becoming easier than ever to become a vegan, or at least a part-time one, if you want to try to cut down on your meat and dairy consumption.

[Read more: 14 vegan recipes you won’t believe are meat-free]

Veganism isn’t just a blanket term for a meat and dairy-free diet though: veganism can be filtered through to your entire lifestyle – including your beauty choices.

Many brands are working hard to become vegan-friendly, meaning their products are free of animal-derived ingredients, with some labels entirely vegan. And you don’t have to compromise on effectiveness either: some of the best and most hard-working products that you should have in your skincare arsenal are vegan.

We’ve picked some of our favourite vegan skincare products:

Spa Technologies Flower Peel Serum, £25

Didn’t think a vegan product could pack as powerful punch as something synthetic? Think again. A multi-functional anti-inflammatory concentrate of hibiscus flower and green tea acids fortified with salicylic acid are ripe for the skin… Continue reading

 

 

 

One Response to Best vegan buys on BT.com

Yes how do we apply to be part of the 2019 Melb food and Wine Festival? We are wanting to stage an even on the 17th March 2019 showcasing the produce grown in our Shire. Ou produce goes into a lot of top restaurants in Melbourne and we would really like to promote our wines meats, and other produce in the Loddon Shire.

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