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Has it ever occurred to you that purchasing cruelty-free products is good for our planet? You can learn more at the link below.
Find out more about the latest cruelty-free brands by clicking the link below. The list is available in this free pdf document from Cruelty-Free Kitty:
Happy Earth Day!
Managing Winter haircare static electricity and frizz both caused by the dryness heat exposure can be challenging. Below are some tips I hope will help you.
If you want to find static sheets, which help minimize static electricity, are also cruelty-free and support our intention to do what we can to participate in the climate change conversation by purchasing climate friendly products, visit the websites below.
The Nunzio Saviano anti frizz sheet can tame flyaways, split ends, and humidity-induced frizz instantly without making your hair feel sticky. … Besides smelling deliciously good, the IGK no-frizz smoothing hair wipes are vegan-friendly, cruelty–free, and have zero traces of mineral oils, sulfates, and parabens.
Read the blog of Nunzio Saviano at the link below.
If you would like to check cruelty-free brands use the link below to view the updated 2022 Ethical Elephant List for Cruelty-Free Brands
I know I have posted about this before, but just in case you need a reminder. Yes! Sunscreen is required in the winter months too.
365 days a year!
Below are links to cruelty-free and vegan sunscreens for you to consider:
These days the conversation about climate change is a constant concern. A recurring topic on HairBlues.me has been cruelty-free and Vegan products. This month we continue that conversation as we explore what the differences are between cruelty-free, vegan cosmetics, and why some companies use “green” packaging.
The November Wellness Connections podcast explains the difference among these products, and packaging.
Do you know cruelty-free products are not more expensive?
Source: Are Cruelty Free Brands Actually More Expensive? (crueltyfreeonly.com)
Do you know that there is no confirmation testing on animals makes cosmetics safer for humans?
Do you know that Covergirl has a Vegan product called CleanFresh?
Source: Is CoverGirl Cruelty Free and Vegan? (2021 Update) – Cruelty Free Only
What is “green packaging“?
Happy Earth Day ! In celebration of Earth Day, Today Hairblues is focusing on “planet friendly” SPF products . By the way, do you know that there are two ingredients in most SPF products , which are harmful to coral reefs?
SPF has a range of uses. For example, it’s remarkable that simply stated, when used correctly, sunscreen products may help prevent some skin cancers, including melanoma. “Sun protection factor (SPF): Is a number on a scale for rating the degree of protection provided by sunscreens.” Some African-Americans and Hispanics have a misunderstanding about requiring sunscreen. In fact, although darker-skin people have more melanin, they can get sun-burned and get skin cancer. The great Jamaican Reggae artist Bob Marley was diagnosed with Melanoma, which happened to be located just under a toenail.
Is your SPF product “safe reef spf“? Hairblues has focused on this topic in the past. And, you may recall the two ingredients in SPF determined harmful to the coral reef eco system – Oxybenzone and octinoxate should be avoided, if at all possible, for greater “planet safety.”
Some of you may remember my post in September 2018, when I reported that a bill was introduced by Former Governor of California, Jerry Brown to BAN animal testing for cosmetics. https://hairblues.me/2018/09/30/animals-will-be-freed-from-testing-cosmetics/
It turns out that animal testing cosmetics is not a requirement to prove that cosmetics are safe. The new law has come into effect as of January 1, 2020. This new law bans the sale or import of animal tested cosmetics. In addition, the states of Nevada, and Illinois have joined in the push to BAN animal testing on cosmetics. This is the first such law in the United States. https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2020/02/01/business/ap-us-animal-tested-cosmetics-bans.html
Best lipstick deals — donate and beautify. I don’t know about you but I“LOVE” lipstick. And, if I can have new lipstick and donate to a cause, and be respectful to animals and the planet, well that’s a win-win deal for me. Click on the links below for an exciting way to buy your next tube (or tubes) of lipstick. I guarantee you will find a color(s), which make you want to pucker up and “do good” at the same time.
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As we transition from Summer to Fall it may be that you should consider tweaking your skincare routine. That’s what some of the dermatologist and other beauty consultants suggest. Here is a link to some guidelines for you.
Summertime is probably the season when we wash our hair most frequently. ♥ In keeping with our search for cruelty-free beauty products, I found some appealing hair care suggestions from Cruelty Free Kitty and Clean Green Simple, which I am sure will satisfy your personal requirements for using cruelty-free products. Click on the links below for more information .
¿ Not sure what to do about your shampoo? Check out the My Beauty Bunny website at this link :
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