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The Truth about Cruelty Free + Vegan Friendly Make-Up

Monday, October 1, 2018

Today is observed as World Vegetarian Day and we thought we would do something different! We will attempt to also write this post in Jamaican Creole (Patois/Pawta) and we’ll be talking all about cruelty-free make-up!

Since more people are starting to become more aware of how their makeup is made and the ingredients used, there is a greater appreciation for cruelty + vegan-friendly make-up – what exactly is that you might ask? We are about to break it all down for you, keep reading!

Vegan refers to make-up that doesn’t include any animal products while cruelty-free is make-up that has not been tested on animals. The process by which the make-up was made is a lot less harsh to both humans and animals.

They differ from traditional makeup because they do not contain any harmful chemicals. Things tend to get a bit confusing when we hear “vegan-friendly” as this means that some, if not most, products or ingredients are vegan – basically, not everything is plant-based.


What do vegan and environmentally friendly cosmetics look like?

Their company is transparent. You can easily find the ingredient list and they set a mission statement that clearly defines their initiatives for marketing healthy products without the use of any animals. Popular brands are Beauty Bakerie, Lush and The Body Shop.

They use minerals and plant-based ingredients. Look at the full ingredient list to see what is in your cosmetics. Oils, nut butter, herbs, and plant ingredients are a must. Certified organic ingredients are also important.

Friendly and open to answering questions. If you are not sure if a company is vegan, contact them. Do they give you a direct and simple answer? “Yes, we are 100% vegan!” If not, I would suggest trying a different company.

Though cruelty-free and vegan-friendly makeup might be a bit more expensive as the process is lengthier, it is highly recommended for the health of your skin and your health in general.  We challenge you to include a few of these options in your make-up collection—thank us later.

PATOIS

Todeh observe as world Vegetarian day an wi tink wi wud duh sup'm different! wi wi attempt to also write dis post inna Jamaican Creole (Patois/Pawta) an we’ll be chatting all bout cruelty free make-up!

Since more peopl a staat fi become more aware of ow dem make-up mek an di ingredients inna it, dere is greata appreciation fi cruelty + vegan friendly make-up-- Wah exactly dat yuh might ask? wi bout to break it all dung fi yuh kip reading.

Vegan a any make-up weh nuh av nuh animal products inna it while cruelty free make-up nuh tes pan animal. Di process by which di make-up did make nuff less harsh to both humans an animals. Dem different from regular make-up because dem nuh have nuh harsh chemical. Things tend fi get a bit confusing wen wi hear “vegan friendly” as dis means dat sum eff nuh most products or ingredients vegan – basically nuh everything plant-based.


Weh vegan an environmentally friendly cosmetics luk like?

Dem company transparent yuh cya easily find di ingredient list an dem set a mission statement dat clearly defines dem initiatives fi marketing healthy products Without di use of any animals Popular brands are: Beauty Bakerie Lush an di bady Shop.

Dem use minerals an plant based ingredients luk at di full ingredient list to si waah inna yuh cosmetics. Oils nut buttas herbs an plant ingredients a muss Certified organic ingredients also important.

Friendly an open to answering questions eff yuh nuh sure eff a company vegan contact dem. Duh dem gi yaah direct an simple answer? “Yes wi 100% vegan!” eff nuh mi wud suggest trying a different company.

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