Many Logical Harmony readers ask for help finding a good foundation that is both cruelty-free and vegan. Many people assume that it is hard to find cruelty-free foundation or vegan foundation, but it is actually a lot easier than you may think! In fact, it can be a little overwhelming once you realize all the options that are available. Whether you’re looking for a BB Cream, Tinted Moisturizer, Cream Foundation, Liquid Foundation, Powder Foundation… There are lots of vegan and cruelty-free foundation options!
That’s why I decided to create the Cruelty-Free Foundation Guide. This guide includes brands that offer cruelty-free and vegan BB creams, CC creams, serum foundations, liquid foundations, mineral foundations, and powder foundations.
For many consumers, big online shops like DermStore are one of the main places where they purchase cosmetics, skin care, and hair care. Being aware of the cruelty free brands at Dermstore can be a challenge because there are so many brands available. This list will help make it easier for you!
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When I received the Vegan Cuts August 2015 Beauty Box, I couldn’t wait to see what was inside. I was really happy with the July Vegan Cuts box and am eagerly waiting for the arrival of fall beauty products. Thanks to their sneak peek videos, I knew that a lip gloss would be included in the box. Everything else was a mystery to me though. You can hear my first impressions of this box in the Vegan Cuts August 2015 Beauty Box Video.
The Vegan Cuts Beauty Box is a monthly subscription service that delivers cruelty free and vegan items directly to your door. It can also be shipped worldwide! Prices start at $19.95 per month. Vegan Cuts also ships the beauty boxes to Canada and Internationally. Thier beauty box is a great way to try new cruelty free brands and new vegan products! You can also pick up their Snack Box if that is more of your thing.
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I was eager for the Vegan Cuts August 2015 beauty box to arrive! They had released a few sneak peeks of items, so I knew that there were several new to be items in this months box. It’s always exciting when that happens and I get to try something new! I unboxed the Vegan Cuts August 2015 beauty box in a video so that I could share my initial thoughts and first impressions of all of the items inside.
The Vegan Cuts Beauty Box is a monthly subscription service that delivers cruelty free and vegan items directly to your door. It can also be shipped worldwide! Prices start at $19.95 per month. Vegan Cuts also ships the beauty boxes to Canada and Internationally at an additional shipping cost. It’s a great way to try new cruelty free brands and new vegan products! You can also pick up their Snack Box if that is more of your thing.
Continue reading to watch the Vegan Cuts August 2015 Beauty Box Video!
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The April Beauty Box from Vegan Cuts had a good variety of items. It included skin care, hair care, nail care, lip gloss, and even a mens skincare item. The Vegan Cuts Beauty Box is a monthly subscription service that delivers 4-7 cruelty free and vegan items directly to your door. It can also be shipped worldwide! It’s a great way to try new brands and new products without the commitment of buying the full-size version.
Included in the April Beauty Box that I received was:
- GlamNatural Lip Cream – As the name implies, this is a creamy and soft lip color. I like that it applied like a gloss but had the color of a lipstick. I’ve tried other GlamNatural products in the past and have been happy with them (read my review of their hydrating foundation). The shade I received was Poco Loco. I liked that this color was neutral and something everyone could wear. You can buy this lip cream directly from Vegan Cuts.
- Orico London Rush Hour Vibrant Dry Body Oil – This moisturizing body oil contains rosehip, macadamie and baobab oil to hydrate your skin without leaving it greasy. It has a light natural citrus scent, which is nice and not too strong.
- Jane Carter Solutions Curl Defining Cream – This was the largest sample in the beauty box. As someone with natural very fine and straight hair, this product doesn’t work for me. But I can see it being a great addition to the hair care routine of many out there. The packaging does not include an ingredients list, so you will need to double check online to see if the ingredients will work for you.
- Jane Carter Solutions Nourish & Shine – This product does double duty and works for your hair and skin. It’s a blend of different butters – shea butter, kokum butter, illippe butter, and mango butter with essential oils and soy oil. Again, the packaging does not include ingredients so check online to be sure it will work for you.
- Dazzle Dry Top Coat – I have heard of Dazzle Dry before, but have never tried their items. The biggest claim of this line is that that polishes are quick drying. This quick dry topcoat also offers UV protection to keep your polish from changing color. I always love trying new top coats, so I’m excited to test this one out.
- Montagne Jeunesse Green Tea Peel Off Face Mask and Dead Sea Mud Face Mask – While either mask can be used for anyone, I did like that one was marked towards men. Mud masks are some of my favorites because they really help to deep clean your pores while moisturizing at the same time. The Peel Off Mask says that it helps to detox your pores, so I am excited to try this one as well.
I love seeing new products and almost all of the items in the April beauty box were items I had never tried before. This is one of the great things about these box services – you get to try lots of new brands and new items.
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