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Many of us like to think we treat our bodies in the best way possible. We exercise at least five days a week, we eat right and cut out many negative habits of all forms to live a clean and peaceful life. I want you to sit back and ask yourself; have you ever looked at the label for your beauty products?
Published 8 months ago
I struggle so much with finding products that work best for and on my skin. I have combination skin, which means that I have both dry and oily skin. Not only do I have dry and oily skin, but I’m also very prone to acne and I get blackheads all the time. I have to find the right balance between hydrating my dry skin and trying to tame my oily skin, it’s not easy. Just last week I tried a face mask that said it was good for all skin types and it burned my skin; redness and it ripped off some of my skin. It was so sad, and I had some scabs around my eyes and cheeks because of it. Finding products that work and constantly changing up the routine is hard and annoying but once you find some products that work and your skin loves, there is no going back. Not all these products are going to work for you, but if your skin is as sensitive as mine, then I would recommend trying some of these products.
The Cruelty Free movement has taken big steps the past couple of years, with the topic being discussed more openly and more people choosing not to use brands that still test of animals.
As I'm getting older, I can definitely see the importance of using chemical free and organic products for my family and myself. I started researching the products that we used and better alternatives when I was pregnant with Delilah. When researching brands, I would often have to choose products that had the least amount of chemicals which was very frustrating and incomprehensible.
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LUSH Cosmetics is one of my all time favorite stores. Most people know them for their colorful and beautifully scented bath bombs but not everyone knows they also have some other awesome products like shampoo bars and face cleaners.
Choosing to eat a healthier diet was no doubt a huge lifestyle change for me. Not only did I have to adjust what and where I eat, but I began to start being mindful of what was in the foods I chose to eat. It didn't stop at just food, however, as I found myself taking another look at the ingredients of what I put onto my skin. So I dived into the world of natural hygiene products.
These brands I will be mentioning are vegan and cruelty-free. Also, they are direct dyes, which means no need for a developer; you put the color directly on to the hair. You will find these fashion colors are semi-permanent as you cannot find permanent hair color with these unnatural shade. You will also notice these brands can be left on the hair for extended periods of time, because they do not damage the hair. It does the opposite of being quite conditioning for the hair. Most people leave these colors in for at least an hour as the longer it is in the hair, the more vibrant and longer lasting the color results will be.
All of us should really start getting into cruelty-free beauty products. Not only are they great in quality, but animals aren't being harmed during the process. If we're using a beauty product that we know was tested on animals, we lose our attraction to the product. The fact that we know an animal was harmed in the making of that eyeliner or that eye cream, we don't want to use it. It basically makes us feel so guilty to use a product that placed the life of an animal at risk just to create it hard for us to enjoy — I'm not into that at all.