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Dermalogica Vegan Product List

Dermalogica Vegan Product List

Dermalogica is cruelty-free but what about Dermalogica vegan options? Few cruelty-free skincare brands have the customer following that Dermalogica does. You can find them at Ulta, Sephora, and they are used by skincare professionals all over the world. Started by a skin therapist, the brand first came onto market in 1986. They had a focus on skincare education from the start. There’s a reason that Dermalogica is still talked about so often. It’s well known …

L’Occitane to Acquire Sol de Janeiro - Will They Stay Cruelty-Free?

L’Occitane to Acquire Sol de Janeiro

After being acquired will Sol de Janeiro stay cruelty-free? Best known for their Brazilian Bum Bum Cream, Sol de Janeiro is a skincare and haircare brand with a huge following. They are well known for being cruelty-free and almost all of their products are vegan. You can find them on their own website (use affiliate code TASHINA10 for a Sol de Janeiro discount), Sephora, Cult Beauty, Dermstore, Beautylish, Space NK, Look Fantastic, Selfridges, Harrods, and …

Cruelty-Free Skylar Perfume Has a New Look

Skylar perfume launched new packaging and labels. When it comes to cruelty-free perfume, Skylar perfume is one of the brands I am asked about most often. They are one of the cruelty-free brands at Sephora and it’s exciting to see a fully vegan perfume brand sold there. Not familiar with Skylar perfume? They focus on creating scents that not only smell great and can complete with mainstream perfume options that are not cruelty-free. They are …

New Youth to the People Mandelic Acid + Superfood Unity Exfoliant

The new Youth to the People Mandelic Acid + Superfood Unity Exfoliant contains AHA, BHA, and PHA to exfoliate. I love a good chemical exfoliant so when I was sent the brand new Youth to the People Mandelic Acid + Superfood Unity Exfoliant, I knew that I had to share the news with you. Youth to the People is one of the many cruelty-free brands at Sephora and cruelty-free brands at Cult Beauty. This exfoliant …

Is Sweet Chef Cruelty-Free?

Is Sweet Chef cruelty-free? Does Sweet Chef test on animals? Sweet Chef is the affordable sister brand to Glow Recipe. Found at Target and Cult Beauty, Sweet Chef has gained a lot of interest as it’s easily accessible and claims to be an affordable cruelty-free skincare brand. They also keep their product line simple, use mostly recyclable packaging, and are working on becoming more environmentally friendly. In fact, they have stated that their Fresh Pressed …

Is Glow Recipe Cruelty-Free?

Is Glow Recipe cruelty-free? Does Glow Recipe test on animals? One of the brands I get asked about most often is Glow Recipe. Founders Christine Chang and Sarah Lee met while working at L’Oreal and were both interested in Korean skincare. Securing an investment after appearing on Shark Tank in 2015, Glow Recipe was picked up by both Sephora and QVC. Glow Recipe remains a best-selling skincare brand at both retailers to this day. Curious …

Unilever to Acquire Paula's Choice

Unilever to Acquire Paula’s Choice

The latest cruelty-free company set to be acquired is Paula’s Choice. Known for making effective skincare, and recently launched in Sephora, it was just announced that Unilever, which is not cruelty-free, is set to acquire the brand later this year. Having been around since 1995, Paula’s Choice is probably most well known for the Skin Perfecting 2% BHA Liquid Exfoliant. Whenever a company is acquired it can be tough for the cruelty-free community. Many brands …