When making conscientious decisions about purchasing cosmetics, one of the most important decisions you can make is about your makeup brushes. What are they made from? Will they irritate your skin? Or do you worry that they may not pick up makeup products perfectly, leaving you with a patchy and unnatural finish? Vegan makeup brushes have […]Read More
Did you know that regular paraffin wax candles emit dangerous and toxic chemicals like Mercury, Lead and Acetone when burned? Find out why Flawless and Pawless uses Ireland’s original soy-based candle range, Emma’s So Naturals, and how this eco-friendly range is better for our environment.Read More
Known for being the most effective natural deodorant on the market, Pit Putty is becoming all the range amongst cruelty-free and vegan beauty fanatics across Ireland. As a unisex brand, the range offers a variety of delightful scents. So, what is the Flawless and Pawless verdict?Read More
A complete directory of animal ingredients and animal byproducts that are commonly used in cosmetics.Read More
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The truth about the leather industry.
Did you know that Ireland has a secret fur-farming trade? Did you know that every year a total of 250,000-300,000 animals on these farms are killed?Read More
A complete brand directory of cruelty free brands and brands to avoid in Harvey Nichols.Read More
The Konjac Sponge is a fast-growing Korean beautifying tool in the cosmetic market. The unusual dome-shaped sponge has become available in many department stores worldwide, but did you know that these are all poorly and unethically-made copies of the original product? The Konjac Sponge Company are the genius business who originally created this multi-award winning skincare […]Read More
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It can seem difficult to find cruelty-free cosmetics that are 100% certified cruelty-free, and it can be even more difficult to find products that are 100% vegan! While many of Ireland’s department stores and pharmacies do sell some cruelty-free cosmetics, there is a one-stop online shop that makes cruelty-free shopping ten times easier. Cruelty Free […]Read More