Veganuary is becoming an increasingly popular trend, with more and more people giving up meat and fish products for January as part of their New Year’s Resolutions.
However, those who really want to embrace the habit shouldn’t just ditch bacon sarnies and roast dinners. They should look to replace all animal products they use, including those in their cosmetic and beauty regime.
Huffington Post revealed the skincare, haircare and make-up industries are all aware of the rising popularity of veganism, as more adults become conscious of their environmental impact.
Therefore, some have introduced animal-friendly products, with the number of vegan cosmetic launches having increased by 175 per cent between 2013 and 2018, the Soil Association recently revealed.
Among these include Better Considered – otherwise known as Beco – that produces shampoo bars, soaps and hand washes out of natural ingredients. Another great thing about this brand is 80 per cent of its workers have a disability.
One of the bigger brands that have launched a vegan product is Garnier, with its Ultimate Blends Almond Crush Shampoo. In fact, the entire Ultimate Blends range is vegan, while its packaging is made from 30 per cent recycled plastic that can be re-used again.
Lush is also a big supporter of animal-friendly products, so environmentally-conscious customers are likely to find whatever they need among its wide range of delicious-smelling goods.
While these creams and soaps are bound to leave you with glowing skin and luscious hair, make sure your eyebrows look their best too and consider microblading in Hull.