The first Solid Shampoo bar I ever tried was Lush’s New, a small but powerful red disk that promised shine and radiated warm scents of cinnamon.
Since then, I’ve been hooked.
Organic, nourishing and cruelty-free. What’s not to love about Green People?
bareMinerals has fast become one of my favourite beauty brands ever since I first nervously perched on a swivel chair at their makeup counter three years ago. When I saw this Natural Sunscreen on FeelUnique, I knew I had to try it out. A powder suncream, though? Would it work or would I burn?
On my mission to become as cruelty-free as possible, I discovered The Body Shop All-In-One Face Base. Here are my thoughts on this handy little product.
Discovering Rabbit Nose Apothecary has been a dream come true. Not only are all of their products 100% vegan and not tested on animals, but they also only contain organic ingredients that are natural and don’t damage our planet. What’s more, is that they use eco-friendly packaging – i.e. no plastic – just glass jars.
They also tick the box of being a small, independent and local business. It really is a win-win all around.
Coming across Rabbit Nose Apothecary was a dream come true. Not only have I have been working hard to eradicate cruelty to animals and to the planet from my beauty routine, but I’ve also been more aware of buying from small, independent and local sellers.
I’m always super nervous to try new skincare products. But, recently, I’ve been searching for cruelty-free and earth-friendly items to introduce into my beauty routine. When Peachy Fox London got in touch with me, I was super excited to sample some of their natural, organic and ethically-made products.