The Best Vegan Beauty Routine

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Nowadays, more and more veganism is a normal thing in our society. The movement #Veganuary2021 in just 12 days, already had more than 46 thousand hits on Instagram. The first step to being vegan is to stop eating dairy products and meat. Therefore, it is intended to rely on alternatives based on vegetables. If you feel like you still can’t give up everything, you can also start creating a vegan beauty routine.

In recent years, vegan beauty has been gaining more and more adherence. In fact, most brands are already cruelty-free. This means that they do not test on animals. With Covid-19, demand started to increase more and more. Just look for the vegan logo approved by Peta, The Vegan Society, or (if you are in the USA or Canada) the Leaping Bunny trademarks to make sure that what you are getting is really certified vegan. For a vegan beauty routine avoid anything that has been tested on animals. Or anything that contains ingredients derived from animals, such as beeswax, carmine, allantoin, gelatin, honey, lanolin, squalene, or ambergris.

Vegan Perfume

When it comes to perfumes, the most common animal ingredient is ambergris. This is used as a fixative. However, there are brands you can bet on, like Le Labo, Eden, Laboratory Perfumes, and Chantecaille.

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Vegan Hair Care

We have to pay attention to the composition of the products we use. Biotin, keratin, beeswax, gelatin, cetyl alcohol, stearic acid, silk powder – these are just some of the ingredients of animal origin. They are usually found in shampoos and conditioners. There are numerous herbal alternatives. You can choose brands such as: Bleach London, Aesop, Odacité, IGK Hair, INOAR, Virtue, Beachwaver, Made for Life Organics, Noughty and Evolve Organic Beauty.

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Vegan Tampons, Menstrual Cups, and Sanitary Pads

Veganism is not just the existence of products of animal origin. Veganism also means not using products that are not tested on animals. You can veganize your period by purchasing tampons and tampons from vegan brands. The Honey Pot Co, Natracare, The Honest Company, Seventh Generation, and Dame.

Cruelty-free Deodorant

Like everything mentioned earlier, deodorants are also often tested on animals. In this sense, these products may contain ingredients derived from animals, such as bee pollen, chitosan (from shrimp), propolis, stearic acid, and urea. These are excellent alternatives: Schmidt’s, Zion Health, Herban Cowboy, Habitat Botanicals, and Booda Organics.

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Vegan Skincare

If you really want to be vegan, your skincare cannot be left out. Therefore, your cleaning products, serums, moisturizers, and balms – can be a minefield. As we have already mentioned, the most important thing is to always check the components. We leave here some brands you can trust Drunk Elephant, bareMinerals, some Glossier options, Sunday Riley, Votary, Tata Harper, and almost all Dermalogica products.

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No, No, No to False Eyelashes

It is true that false eylshes give a magnificent element to your look. However, most brands of false eyelashes use skin to make their products. This is taken from mink that is normally confined to small and inhuman spaces. Help end cruelty now and opt for hairless lashes from brands like Huda Beauty, Velor Lashes, Charlotte Tilbury, Sweed Lashes, Jolie Beauty, and e.l.f Cosmetics.

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