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If you haven’t heard, this month is Veganuary. I am taking it as an opportunity to share a series of Vegan related content starting with my beauty faves.
A huge part of taking care of your skin is ensuring the products you use are not toxic. If you’re someone that is acne prone then this is even more important. Keeping skincare really simple in terms of the products, allows more control. Since anything could potentially cause a breakout, this is important. So if you want to avoid doing a frequent skin reset and want cleaner beauty products then check out these brands.
BYBI Babe Balm
This can be used on all areas of the body. When it is cold and dry like the current Winter weather, I do love to use it. (That grey skin between fingers is not cute!) It uses ingriedients such as shae butter and fruit wax in order to keep anywhere on your body looking and feeling moisturised. You can pick this up from online directly or on the FeelUnique website.
E.L.F Water Droplet Balm
This is one of the few, what I describe as, mainstream brands which is also vegan. E.L.F has a great selection of products for all skin types. My personal all rounder is the hydrating range. From that I’d have to say that the Water Droplet Balm is my no.1 fave. When you touched the balm literally turns into water. Not to mention that, like the entire range, it smells amazing. I really enjoy using this. The balm can be used all over the body and is enriched with Vitamin E. You can pick it up directly on their website or again via stockists such as FeeelUnique.
This brand has a range of both beauty and skincare products for you to check out. I will do a seperate post showcasing these as I have had the pleasure of trying a lot of the range. Their brow set is a good starting point as I think it gives you everything for natural looking brows. The range is great if you’re someone who likes more of a natural makeup look or if you want a wearable at work look. You can check out their website to see more of their products HERE.
B.A.E by HEMA
This brand probably isn’t as well known unless you have a HEMA store near by like me. However it is 100% vegan and has some super cute products to check out. Not only this, but also they have a selection of skincare and makeup application tools so you can get it all in one place. You can get the BAE products directly from HEMA stores or online.
VitaminIVLondon Vitamin Patches
Since it’s winter and energy levels are low, it’s worth including these vitamin patches. If you’re someone who like to keep your levels up but don’t enjoy the thought of injections, then you may consider this. One patch provides continuous vitamin supply and you can place it descreetly someone no one can see. I’ve been trying these this month and will let you know how I get on in a review soon. You can purchase these as a one off or on a subscription from the website HERE.
Although I am not personally vegan I do actively try to be more concious choices around what I purchase. Although there are many amazing brands I did try to mention some you may not know. If you are like me and want to make small changes likes these, then I hope this post was useful.
Are there any brands vegan brands you love that I may not know?
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