Handmade products have a certain quality about them that is irresistible -- fresh, organic, fragrant, and sensual. Soapgirl Soaps look almost good enough to eat. This vegetarian company uses locally sourced ingredients that are never tested on animals. Many of the products are vegan, but goat's milk and honey are used in a few of the soaps, so be sure to check labels if you're following a vegan lifestyle.
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All-vegan body care lines have become increasingly popular over the past few years, and we're delighted by this trend. It's no longer necessary to get your cruelty-free shampoo, lotion, and conditioner from the bulk jug at your local co-op. You can purchase high-quality products from a variety of companies, and their numbers are growing larger every day. Continue reading [...]
Every now and then, a line comes along which offers luxurious products that smell so fresh, you'd swear they were made yesterday by a local outlet. Soprano Labs is one such company. Based in New York City, Soprano Labs is a two-person operation, run by Inna Los and her husband Vlad. Its plethora of offerings is 100 percent vegan, gluten-free, and free from phthalates, parabens, mineral oils, and petroleum. Products are lovingly made in small batches, and none of the ingredients are ever tested on animals. Continue reading [...]
Vegan, cruelty-free beauty and makeup tool company Preen Kit is offering their new cruelty-free, vegan eyelash curler for just $1 to the first 500 people to order it on Amazon on Tuesday, November 6th (voting day!) between 6:00 a.m. Central time (8:00 a.m. EST, 5:00 a.m. PST) and 6:00 p.m. Central time (8:00 p.m. EST, 5:00 p.m. PST). To be clear, on Tuesday, November 6th, 2018, you have a 12-hour window to get this PETA-approved eyelash curler for $1 instead of the $10.50 for which it normally retails. Continue reading [...]
If you shop at a health food store or co-op, you've noticed Avalon's products on the shelves. They're colorful and ubiquitous, packaged inside alluring bottles of various shapes and sizes. However, you may not realize that Avalon is a vegetarian, cruelty-free company. In fact, most of their products are vegan, with the exception of their four lip balms. They contain beeswax that is obtained with minimal disruption to beehives. The company is proud of the fact that their products do not contain any products that have been cruelly obtained. Continue reading [...]
You may have seen these companies’ products on your shelves for years, or they might be completely new to you. Either way, our small list of 100% vegan body care lines is sure to impress. You can purchase items from any of these companies, knowing that you’re helping to support ethical treatment of animals. Many ingredients are organic, some are locally sourced, and several of the companies give back generously to their communities.
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If you're searching for a luxurious, cruelty-free line for your hair, you don't need to look any further than Living Proof! This high-end haircare company manufactures vegetarian products to cleanse your tresses. Their offerings deliver body without sacrificing animals in the process. Continue reading [...]
Get ready to be wowed, and wow others in the process. Inika Organics is a luxurious all-vegan line that will enhance your glow and allow you to shine, all while preserving the sanctity of your animal friends. Inika is an Australian-owned, cruelty-free, certified organic line. They never use harmful chemicals or fillers, and have been awarded one of the world's highest safety ratings by the EWG (Environmental Working Group) and the Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database. Continue reading [...]
Hourglass Cosmetics talks a good game. On their website, www.hourglasscosmetics.com
, they tout their products as being all vegetarian and/or vegan. They assert that their offerings are cruelty-free, and mention this on the site, as well. In fact, Hourglass received special certification from PETA, claiming that their company neither tests on animals nor authorizes any third parties to do so on their behalf. Continue reading [...]