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Why vegan makeup products are better for you.

Why vegan makeup products are better for you. 0

Why should you start buying vegan makeup?

One of the things you should take into consideration when becoming a vegan is changing your shopping habits. It is important for supporting a world with less cruelty towards our furry friends, and it is not as difficult as you may think! Today, numerous brands offer vegan cruelty-free makeup. Alva, Barry M, Beauty Without Cruelty and Freshly Baked London are just a few. One of the best and most convenient ways of making sure that you’re shopping for vegan makeup when you’re outside the house is by using a mobile app. And if you don’t have time to go out for a shopping spree, buying vegan makeup online is very easy too. Many websites can give you precious information and help you buy cruelty-free makeup!


Wondering why you should start buying vegan makeup?

By purchasing vegan makeup, you make sure of a number of things. First of all, you avoid using animal by-products such as beeswax which might have ended up in cosmetics without your knowledge. Second of all, since veganism reduces the number of ingredients that can be used in makeup, it makes it healthier and more fit for sensitive skin. A third good reason is that you make sure that the products you’re using have not been tested on animals, in any part of the making process. Finally, vegan brands are usually careful about using recycled packaging. Therefore by buying vegan makeup, you also contribute to a greener environment.


But isn’t buying vegan makeup synonymous with spending more money and having less choice?

Vegan or non-vegan, it is very easy to find any makeup product for any budget nowadays. Many brands offer vegan makeup now. Therefore it is always possible to find what you are looking for at a reasonable price! Regarding choice and variety, as more and more brands turn to vegan alternatives, you are certain to find what you are precisely looking for.


Beware of the falsely vegan makeup brands.

Nowadays, many famous brands have jumped on the bandwagon of vegan cosmetics. However, it is best not to take it for granted that every major brand of makeup produces 100% vegan makeup. Indeed some brands, like L’Oréal, don’t test their products in the United States. However, they conduct animal testing in China, where methods are among the cruellest. Other popular brands use similar tricks. That is why it is crucial to do your research! Online sources and websites are excellent tools to make sure that you are not taking part in something you haven’t signed up for.


So remember: buying vegan makeup is better for your health, the environment, and the well-being of animals. As many brands begin to offer vegan alternatives, it becomes easier and easier to find a variety of products to satisfy your every need. And finally, do your research before committing to anything!



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Buying vegan dog food online? Why not!

Buying vegan dog food online? Why not! 0

Can your dog be vegan?
If you care about your dog and you want it to have a long and healthy life, then you shouldn’t hesitate and just switch your dog’s diet into a plant-based.
Fall in love with vegan chocolate!

Fall in love with vegan chocolate! 0

And give it to someone you truly love on this Valentine’s Day. Everybody likes this delicious cocoa flavour. Traditional 'chocolateries' are going vegan following the new food trend, and their best vegan chocolate collections continuously evolve. Chocolate lovers don’t struggle to find the sweet treats they love anymore. Also, people with lactose intolerance can enjoy non-dairy chocolate. Dairy-free chocolate has become more widely available. You can buy vegan truffles, vegan chocolate bars, vegan chocolate candies in an online shop. Carefully crafted assorted chocolates with elegant style will arrive at your house in their beautiful boxes and they will make the perfect gifts to your family friends.

Today, ethical companies manufacture vegan organic chocolate of the most excellent quality without compromising on taste. Check out the best vegan chocolate gifts - luxury vegan chocolate boxes, vegan truffles, and vegan chocolate bars.

'Booja-Booja', a company with a long tradition, was started in 1999 by Colin Mace in his home kitchen. Their multi-award-winning champagne organic truffles are gluten and soy free. They are soft, they melt-in-the-mouth, the boozy ganache is covered in rich dark chocolate. These treats contain Fine de Champagne and organic chocolate, made with cocoa beans from the Dominican Republic. The truffles come in a beautiful collection box, making an excellent gift for your loved ones.

 

Depict the different chocolate flavours in one box of 'Booja Booja Gourmet Selection Chocolate Truffles'. Each of the 6 flavours has its own abundant character. You can enjoy Hazelnut, Around Midnight Espresso, Rum Sozzled Sultana, Fine de Champagne, Almond & Sea Salt Caramel, and Stem Ginger. These luxury vegan organic truffles are made using carefully chosen natural ingredients from around the world. Treat yourself with this delicious assorted vegan candies. 

  

Goupie – it’s a chewy chocolate confectionery with a hint of crunch. All Goupie products are hand-made to an original family recipe in Kent. Goupie currently has 13 vegan flavours and 7 gluten-free. Chilli Goupie- is brought to life with Cayenne chilli pepper and fully enrobed in our 54% Belgian chocolate and topped with a little extra chilli for a little extra kick.

 

These might be the most exquisite chocolates you've ever tasted! The 'Strawberry Creams' are made to a traditional recipe using only the natural flavour of summer strawberries covered in rich dark chocolate. 'Beech's Fine Chocolates' is a family owned chocolate confectionery manufacturer with almost 100 years of experience and tradition. They use only natural ingredients and traditional techniques to produce luxury chocolate candies.

 

'Cocoa Libre' box contains dark chocolate with raspberries, rice milk chocolate with honeycomb pieces and dark orange with crystallised ginger. So many goodies in one box. At 'Cocoa Libre', they make artisan dairy-free chocolates which are delicious and beautifully packaged. These bars are always dairy-free, gluten-free, they contain no nuts and wheat. It will make a fantastic gift for someone with nut allergies.

To make this bar they used Philippine coconut oil and added almost 40 crushed organic raspberries, blended with cocoa from Sao Tome, West Africa. This company is all about nature and creativity. They offer mixes of contemporary, natural flavours from around the world, blended with pure cocoa beans. Apart from the best quality vegan chocolate production 'Seed and Bean' company is the UK's only chocolate company to receive a 100% ethical pass mark accreditation.

 

'Chocolate and Love' was created from the love of chocolate. The natural oil from cold pressing the fruit peels of fresh ripe oranges gives this chocolate an incredible zesty yet mellow taste with beautifully well-balanced flavours. You will love this tasty chocolate bar full of flavours. This manufacturer outsources the finest organic products, using only certified organic ingredients from sustainable farming. The cacao used in this bar comes from Peru and The Dominican Republic

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This hand-made delightfully crunchy bar was made with organic goji berries, coconut chips, and cacao. Satisfying for your body and soul.
'Conscious' chocolate products are certified as organic and vegan – and they are free from gluten, dairy, soy and refined sugars. 'Conscious' uses raw and primarily wild ingredients for everyone to enjoy the perfect chocolate flavour, not compromising on health or taste. This chocolate bar is wrapped in biodegradable and compostable packaging, made from ethically sourced ingredients.

 

 

 

At 'Loving Earth' company they love the planet as much as they love chocolate. They love the quality and organic wholefoods ingredients. They work with small producer communities around the world to find the best ingredients for your chocolate. They make their products in a solar-powered factory, and they wrap them in sustainable, compostable packaging. This chocolate bar is made with Amazonico Criollo, certified organic raw cacao from Satipo, Peru, creamy hazelnuts and it is sweetened with Organic Evaporated Coconut Nectar.

Everything you need to know about Vegan Cheese

Everything you need to know about Vegan Cheese 0

Many vegans claim that missing cheese is one of the hardest things to cope with when going vegan. Vegan means dairy-free but it doesn’t it mean you have to go cheese free! Vegan cheese didn’t have a good reputation in the past and tasting it was usually a disappointing experience.