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Naturtint Vegan Cruelty-Free Hair Color Dye

Finding a natural and cruelty-free hair dye can sometimes feel like trying to locate a needle in a haystack. It’s challenging for sure. Not many people we know would call it fun, except for when they finally do locate that safe, effective, and vegan product. We found that hidden gem so we wanted to share it with you right away. We found out that Naturtint offers a cruelty-free, natural, safe, and effective solution for coloring hair. Continue reading [...]
Carol's Daughter

Carol’s Daughter

We love finding vegan skin care lines that also contain nourishing natural ingredients. So, when we came across the Carol’s Daughter line, we were thrilled. Carol’s Daughter is a cruelty-free skin care company that’s known for it’s plant-based natural beauty products. It’s been producing good-for-you beauty items for more than 20 years, giving consumers high-quality options for skin, body, and hair. Continue reading [...]

Herbal Choice Mari: the Vegan and Cruelty-free Way to Treat Dry Winter Hair

Tired of brittle, flyaway hair that come with dry winter months? Herbal Choice Mari hair styling products are a cruelty-free way to tame those flyaways without damaging your hair, the environment, or any animals! Continue reading [...]

Apivita Vegetarian and Cruelty-Free Beauty Products

One look at the ingredients in Apivita vegetarian and cruelty-free beauty products is enough to want to start ordering their products via their website right away. Founded in 1979, Apivita got its start in Greece when two married pharmacists, Nikos and Niki Koutsianas, turned their passion for nature into a natural cosmetics company. Before long, the Koutsianas’ saw their cosmetics spread to other countries, including Sweden, Romania, Japan, Belgium, Australia, Hong Kong, Spain and the Netherlands. Continue reading [...]

Manic Panic Vegan and Cruelty Free Hair Dye

Manic Panic vegan and cruelty-free hair dye is an iconic product that dominated the New York punk scene long before it became a regular staple at the likes of Hot Topic, Spencer’s Gifts and Sally’s Beauty Supply. In 1977, Bronx-born sisters Tish and Snooky opened their punk-style boutique in New York City. While the store initially had a cult-following by the first generation punk scene, by the 1990s it was hitting the mainstream fashion scene. Continue reading [...]