Vegan diets are a growing trend, but there are a whole lot more ways to embrace a vegan lifestyle, starting with cruelty-free makeup. We wear the stuff every day, so it’s definitely an important part of an animal-friendly lifestyle, but it can also be an easy thing to overlook! This article by Becky Striepe on Green Living Ideas breaks it down with more info on cruelty-free makeup and even some DIY makeup recipes!
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What happens to the leftover slaughterhouse scraps that are unfit for human consumption? Apparently there’s a new process where those waste products can be made into wool! Creepy or cool? You decide!
The Birkin bag is quite possibly the most well-known bag in the world. But last week, British singer Jane Birkin, the bag’s namesake, asked Hermes to dissociate her name from the crocodile versions of the bag after the results of a PETA investigation revealed the cruel slaughtering of reptiles used to make them.
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The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics is a watchdog group with a mission to get harmful chemicals out of our cosmetic products. Their new Red Lists are a set of consumer guides to help you shop smarter.
According to new research published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, a common ingredient in conventional skin care products – like face cream – may be aging your skin prematurely.
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In a shocking undercover investigation conducted by PETA Asia (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), dogs were filmed being brutally beaten and then killed by the leather industry for their skin.
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When you’re vegan, label reading isn’t just reserved for the grocery store. It continues to the clothing store, where shoes, coats, sweaters, and socks are inspected to avoid leather, wool, and silk. In the summer when breezy cotton is everywhere, it’s a bit easier than in the winter when cotton takes a backseat to heftier […]
Since 1999, HappyCow.net has been helping vegans and vegetarians to find plant-based fare while on the road. But with access to the world wide web in the palms of our hands, now it’s even easier. For vegans who are traveling both locally and abroad, the HappyCow app is essential for finding the best vegan options in […]
No animals were harmed in the making of these stylish vegan coats.
It’s that time of year again when bloggers from all over the world put fingers to keyboard to write as much as they can about vegan food. It’s called Vegan MoFo, which stands for Vegan Month of Food. It was started years ago by the Post Punk Kitchen as the vegan blogger equivalent of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month).
Looking for vegan deodorant that works? These are my favorites! Whether you want to make your own or buy, there are options here for you.
The question of what is vegan might seem complex, and the answer might seem extreme. But being vegan really just means one little thing, and it’s not hard.
Watch + share this animated video by PCRM on the problems with animal testing…
*Warning-Graphic Content* This post on the fashion industry + animal cruelty is for informational purposes. We in no way enjoy showing these images, but feel you have the right to know what is going on.