It’s been a while I know. I’ve been busy with yet another new job, planning my wedding and honeymoon. But I’m back, and whilst idly flicking through Vegan Life Magazine, I saw that Viva! have finally completed their short movie on factory pig farming, SWINE. Continue reading
I’ve been reading a lot lately about how using products with gluten, dairy, preservatives, and other nasties is just as harmful to your body as ingesting them. I make a few of my own products and there’s been a real improvement in my skin: plumper, softer, brighter and clearer, but making products, although enjoyable, is time consuming and can be expensive. So when Holland and Barrett plopped Skincere Night Cream on my doormat to try, I was very optimistic. Continue reading
I know, I know, I KNOW! I’ve been away for a long while. For that, I apologise, I started a new job working for a charity called Deafblind Scotland andI had to let the blog sit for a while but Green Vegans is back in my routine now so let’s do this!
So I was shopping the other week for a new foundation as I wasn’t keen on the Barry M and as you know, we have to think carefully about the brands we used. I had a look over at the B. range in the health and beauty store I have to come to depend on, Superdrug.I was quite surprised to be given a free gift for buying a B. product and was handed a B. Stunning Eye Shimmer in Golden Sand 97. Continue reading
I love making cosmetics at home; you know exactly what the ingredients are, they are better for environment and kinder to the skin, plus there’s no animal cruelty to worry about. If you’re new or intimidated by making your own cleansers and moisturisers then start with a face mask. They have to the easiest product to produce for any skin type. I have devised an all purpose one for any skin type called Green Monster and it can be made up from your kitchen in less than five minutes! Continue reading
This dropped into my inbox this morning and it’s so pretty.
If you’re tired of all the old, over-exhausted, Christmas adverts then check out Lush’s alternative creation, The Experimenter. It was inspired by the #LushTime bath art (see below) that’s been doing the rounds. Continue reading