January 6, 2020

We can spend hours upon hours researching into cruelty-free logos and animal testing policies, but we also need to be sure that any of those strange sounding ingredients on the back of our makeup or skincare products have not been derived from an animal.

If you're a vegan, or trying to make more vegan-friendly changes, it's easy to spot the obvious non-vegan ingredients like beeswax, but what about the ingredients that are a little more, shall we say, difficult to spot? In this blog pos...

November 20, 2019

I keep googling 'why I'm not a good blogger' to see if anyone else feels the same as I do, but the only blogs that come up are ones like 'seven reasons why you're not a good blogger' that goes on to list a bunch of reasons you're terrible because you're not working hard enough, which just makes me feel worse. I've started to feel the pressure building that I'm never going to make it as a successful blogger, but I've come to the conclusion that I'm just not like other bloggers....

November 13, 2019

You may have bought a product that said 'not tested on animals' or had a cute bunny logo on the back thinking it was cruelty-free only to find out that you supported a company that was never truly cruelty-free.

Cruelty-free claims are being printed on everything nowadays and it's difficult to know what is real and what is fake. Sadly, in the business world money trumps ethics, and if a half-truth can help sell more products, brands aren’t going to think twice about it.


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