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One goal of mine lately is to make a bigger effort to take “me time”. Like so many of you, I’m very busy and it’s really easy to skip taking this time for myself in favor of working on projects, cleaning the house, or a variety of other things. I’m really excited to partner with PEOPLE and Sunset on this post to detail how I work “me time” into my routine. This is a post I had been wanting to create for some time, and I love that I was able to partner with them to help share this with you.
Unwinding in the evenings with some tea, essential oils, chakra sprays, crystals and something to read is one of my favorite ways to add in some “me time”. I love to take a break and feel relaxed and inspired. I put some oil(s) in my diffuser, mist myself with a chakra spray, get out my rose quartz and sip some tea while relaxing. This little ritual is one of the easiest ways for me to get that time while transitioning between work and working on Logical Harmony or Lightworker Crystals or to help me start the day. This is probably the most common way that I take “me time” as well.
Did you know that the Cruelty-Free Brand List on Logical Harmony is updated every week? In an effort to make it easier for you to know what changes are happening, we publish a weekly update to let you easily see what brands have been added to the list!
What will be included in these updates? Brands that have recently been added to the cruelty-free list, the grey area list, the brands to avoid list, and the pending brands list. An explanation of what being added to each list means is included below. Make sure to check out the full Cruelty-Free Brand List for even more cruelty-free brands!
Right now, we are in the process of making some changes to streamline our process to add brands to the list. We’d like to be able to add more brands each week, and I bet you would like to see that too! We are also putting together some email templates that you can use to let brands know that you’d like to see them listed on Logical Harmony.
First Aid Beauty is a cruelty-free brand that is well known for their extremely effective skincare. Some products, such as the Facial Radiance Pads, have a cult following in the beauty community. While I knew that they were cruelty-free, I had not been able to find a First Aid Beauty vegan products list.
I recently talked to First Aid Beauty about the ingredients they use and worked with them to create this First Aid Beauty vegan products list.
For many consumers, big online shops like Beautylish are a great place to buy makeup, skincare, and beauty tools. They contain a large variety of brands, fit a variety of budgets, and often a curated selection of products. However, it can be challenging to know what brands sold there are cruelty-free.
To help make things easier for you, this guide lets you know exactly which brands from Beautylish are cruelty-free!
Editor’s note: This is an updated guide of one that was originally created in February of 2016. While I have kept this list updated, I wanted to update the date on it because so many people still ask about the cruelty-free options available at Beautylish.
I have been hearing about Barry M for a long time. I knew that they were cruelty-free, had lots of vegan options, were popular in the UK and Europe, and not sold in the US. Because we have a lot of readers and subscribers in Europe, I wanted to place an order of vegan products from Barry M. In this video, I share what I picked up and share swatches as well as my initial thoughts on many of the products.