Tag: natural skincare

Sia Botanics: Desert Aloe and Jojoba for Dry Skin

I’m always eyeing new beauty products at Whole Foods—seriously, my beautdar is always in full force at health food stores. WFs is where Sia Botanics first caught my eye—their Desert Aloe and Jojoba dry skin line really spoke to me...
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April 6, 2013By Leave A Comment!

Pyur Skincare for Mama and Baby

The average woman puts 515 chemicals on her body every day (holy Scheiße!!). This is especially redonk if you’ve got a teeny nursing muchkin who you’re taking care of as if your life depended on it. Solution: Opt for natural, paraben-free,...
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January 28, 2013By 2 Comments

ReNew Botanicals Works Miracles!

As you may know by now, I’m obsessed with vegan skin care, and I have another product to add to my list of faves! I keep my skin clear by washing with Just Neem and apply tea tree oil when I have breakouts… but there is one thing my skincare...
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December 18, 2012By Leave A Comment!

Latest Obsession: Root Beauty

A friend of mine recently recommended that I try Root Beauty, a vegan skin care line that uses only simple, natural, and organic ingredients—and since I’m all about über pure ingredients in my beauty regimen, I jumped at the chance...
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October 13, 2012By Leave A Comment!

Divine Skincare from the U.K.: MuLondon

I’ve got mad, mega, mucho ♥ for the U.K. I just got back from a one week vacay there with my boo, and I was seriously blown away by the culture, the old-ass buildings and architecture, the lush greenery, and of course, the vegan food...
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July 28, 2011By Leave A Comment!

Win free Nature’s Paradise skincare!!!

Free Vegan Goodies Alert! So, the peeps at Nature’s Paradise are beyond cool. They are not only offering you guys (my amazing Vegan Beauty Review readers) 15% off of your entire order when you enter Promotion Code: 7018 at check out, but...
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January 15, 2009By Leave A Comment!

Throw your hands in the Ayurveda!

Better Botanicals has a line of cruelty-free, herbal beauty products that are based on Ayurveda which is the world’s oldest practiced school of medicine, originating in India 5000 years ago. Their products are broken down for people with...
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December 16, 2008By Leave A Comment!

Let’s get tropical with Hawaiian vegan beauty products!

Hawaiian Bath & Body is a new line of beauty products I just discovered that has green, chemical-free, yummy smelling soaps, body washes, mists, scrubs, oils, lotions and lip therapy. Their natural skin care products are handcrafted on the...
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October 20, 2008By 1 Comment

Say hello to creamy sugar scrubs that fight PMS!

Hothouse Botanicals’ products are 100% vegan, cruelty-free, natural & organic, free of chemicals & preservatives and are as green as can be right down to their recyclable containers. If you’re green and you love to incorporate...
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October 6, 2008By Leave A Comment!

Fall in love with Exuberance all over again!

ex·u·ber·ance (\ig-ˈzü-b(ə-)rən(t)s\) n. the quality or state of being exuberant > 2 : an exuberant act or expression (effusively and almost uninhibitedly enthusiastic; lavishly abundant) Ummm, yeah, that pretty much sums up exactly...
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September 15, 2008By Leave A Comment!

Organic, vegan skincare – as green as it gets!

Angelina Skincare is based on the principle of ahimsa – the yogic practice of non-violence and kindness. We at Vegan Beauty Review love this philosophy (obviously) and we embrace it as well as the companies that dedicate themselves to being...
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August 25, 2008By Leave A Comment!

Turn back the hands of time…

Truly Ageless has a wonderful line of natural, organic skin and haircare products that are 100% cruelty free, vegan, and free of chemical preservatives and fragrances. I love it when beauty companies offer kits that have a little bit of everything....
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August 4, 2008By Leave A Comment!
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