January 17, 2019

Veganuary | Top 3 Vegan Beauty Products

T-Zone Australian Pink Clay Face Mask

So I may have fucked up the food side of veganuary but I’ve been trying to adopt a more concious beauty stash, particularly skincare as I go through more of that than things like make up. I actually don’t remember the last time I bought myself some new make up but skin care it’s every 3 seconds. Perhaps not that often but you get the gist.

One thing I really love doing is face maks, I rarely get the time to sit and relax to properly apply one or run out because my stash normally consists of single-use sheet masks or sample packs from beauty boxes so when T-Zone asked if I’d like to try this I jumped at the chance! I love their products, especially the charcoal nose strips, and I love this too! I tend to find clay masks quite drying but this didn’t unless I used it immediately after cleasning then it did feel a bit tights but it still left my skin super smooth and didn’t irritate it at all although it did mildly traumatise my child when she saw me with it on my face.

Cheeky Wipes Make Up Removing Kit

I’ve talks a bit about these little beauties before in my 2018 Beauty Favourites and for good reason. I was sent these last year to try out because I’m trying to be a little bit more eco friendly and although I don’t wear make up every day, we use enough wipes with Lily so I figured cutting out one use make up wipes would be a good place to start.

This set comes with some fabric rounds which are either a fluffy cotton or a terry towelling material, I haven’t decided which I prefer but I’d say the fluffy ones would be great for super sensitive skin! This all comes with a little pot of coconut oil which melts you make up off, yep just plain old coconut oil will take off even waterproof mascara! Magic stuff it is! This has been a game changer for me and even if you don’t fancy using coocnut oil the pads works with an array of cleansers too if you can’t give up oyur fave!

Lush Solid Shampoo Bars

As well as being no waste, Lush solid shampoo bars, well, most of them anyway, are vegan. My particular favourites being Seanik, Jason And The Argan Oil and Montalbano (which is the one in the photo above). I say Lush shampoo bars but really, the majority of the things in Lush are vegan and if not they’re veggie and let’s face it, Lush have the best smelling stuff out there so it’s probably safe to buy 90% of the place, I know I would if I could although I’m still mad Space Girl and Happy Blooming got axed. Still a bit mad about that tbh.

So there are my top 3 Veganuary beauty favourites! Let me know if you have any vegan favoruites!

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