When I first tried Epiphany Soapworks, it was when I received the Epiphany Soapworks Cleansing Face Mask to try out. They also sent me two bars of soap as well. I’ve found it a bit hard to find good bar soap. A lot of it contains ingredients that can be irritating to my skin. Because of this, I tend to stick to what I know when it comes to soap and rarely try new brands. I’m glad that I was able to give two bar soaps from Epiphany Soapworks a try. They have eight different kinds. Not only do they have different scents, but they each have their own skin care purpose. They sent me the Exfoliate Bar and the Energize Bar to try out.
Epiphany Soapworks Exfoliate Bar Claims: “Your skin will feel silky smooth after using this bar. Handcrafted with a blend of lemongrass essential oils and fresh poppy seeds, this bar makes for an incredible all-natural exfoliant.“
Epiphany Soapworks Energize Bar Claims: “Spring to life with this tingly blend of peppermint and citrus essential oils, the perfect combination for lifeless mornings.“
I get a lot of questions asking me what my favorite vegan supplements are and what ones I use. Because of that, I put together this video to share what vegan supplements work for me. I’ve tried a lot of different things and had mixed results from a lot of them. But I seem to have finally figured out the best combination for my body and my diet. This includes everything from the greens powder I put in my smoothies to my favorite protein powder as well as my favorite daily vegan gummy vitamins.
Lush is one of my favorite cruelty-free brands out there. Going to a Lush store is such a fun and unique experience, and I love that they have tons of vegan options. I’ve known that Lush had self-preserving products for a while, but I’ll be honest and say that I never fully understood what this meant. I knew that some of them had a different formula than other products, but that’s about it. Thankfully, the Lush team filled me in and I wanted to share this information with you.
There are also lots of Lush self-preserving products that are vegan too and I was happy to find out that I was already using a lot of them. Lush did send me some of the vegan self-preserving products and I’m excited to try out some new ones!
When it comes to my skin care routine, cruelty-free and vegan face masks are a big part of it. I love using face masks several times a week. I love that each one has it’s own purpose and that there are so many formulas to choose from. There are vegan face masks that double as a face scrub, vegan sheet masks, powder masks you can mix with water or your favorite skin serum, gel-like masks, and more traditional clay masks. I love to mix and match vegan face masks throughout the week depending on what my skin needs.
In this video, I share my favorite cruelty-free and vegan face masks. If you’ve been following me for a while, then odds are that you can guess what some of my favorite cruelty-free and vegan face masks are.
If you’re subscribed to my YouTube channel, then chances are that you already know the news – but this weekend I’ll be doing a Meet & Greet event at the 100% Pure location in Berkeley, CA! Once my blog post went live on their site, a lot of you were messaging asking what else was up my sleeve. I’m so so so SO excited about this and really hope that I can meet any of you who happen to be in the San Francisco Bay Area! 100% Pure is a cruelty-free brand that offers makeup, nail polish, skin care, and hair care. It’s all natural and a lot of 100% Pure products are also vegan.
Going to the store is also a treat because you can try so many of the products, get product suggestions from their friendly and knowledgeable staff and, at this event, say hi to me! I love the Berkeley store location. It’s in such a cute neighborhood (with an awesome tea shop across the street) and it’s fun to be able to swatch lipstick shades, color match foundations, and get a mini facial there.