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I know you don't want to hear it again but gurl please, put on your sunscreen!!☀️ And to make sure you don't have any excuses for not wearing sunscreen every damn day, here's a list of cruelty-free and vegan sunscreens for UNDER $16! 🍉 Find the full list with product descriptions and links on my blog, link in bio! 🌞 
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List of Cruelty-Free & Vegan Sunscreens:
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⛱ @albabotanica Facial Sunscreen SPF 30 ($6.35)
⛱ @kissmyfaceusa Vegan Face Sunscreen ($10.78)
⛱ @goddessgarden Mineral Sunscreen Stick ($7.84)
⛱ @barerepublic Mineral Face Lotion SPF 30 ($14.99)
⛱ @jasonnaturalcare Vegan Sunscreen ($9.23)
⛱ @thinksport Safe Sunscreen ($12.11)
⛱ @livecleanusa Mineral Sunscreen ($12.79)
⛱ @babobotanicals Sheer Zinc Sunscreen ($13.29)
⛱ @allgoodbrand Sport Vegan Sunscreen ($12.89)
⛱ @mychellebeauty Sun Shield Sunscreen ($13.60)
⛱ @pacificabeauty Sun + Skincare Mineral Sunscreen ($16)
⛱ @dermae Sun Defense Mineral Oil-Free Sunscreen($15.80)
⛱ @attitude_living Natural Care Mineral Sunscreen ($14.99)
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Look at how pretty @lovemissfrankie’s nail polishes are! 🌸✨ loving this pale grey lilac nude color called I Prefer Champagne! 🍾  all of Miss Frankie nail polishes are cruelty-free, vegan, 10-free, breathable, and made in Australia! 🇦🇺🥂✨ #veganmanimonday #missfrankie

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@callitspring is committed to going fully vegan! ✌🏻🌱 Starting from their spring 2019 collection, all new shoes, handbags, and accessories will be entirely animal-free! ✨🌸
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Tag someone who knows u this well 🥰❤️✨ // 📷 via @sirkornflakes

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Unilever Acquires Cruelty-Free Beauty Brand Tatcha for a Reported $500 Million 
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Tatcha is still considered to be cruelty-free (as of right now and we'll be closely monitoring any updates to their animal testing policies) however, Unilever is definitely NOT cruelty-free as their products/ingredients are tested on animals when required by law in 2019. 
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For those of you who choose to boycott CF brands that are owned by a parent company that is not cruelty-free, then sadly Tatcha should be avoided. However, if you choose to support these CF brands and want to know which of Tatcha skincare products are also vegan, you can find a vegan product list below! 
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Tatcha isn't a 100% vegan beauty brand however they do offer some vegan options 💜

Tatcha Vegan Products (2019):
❁ Camellia Gold Spun Lip Balm
❁ Cherry Blossom Lip Balm
❁ Gentle Rice Enzyme Powder
❁ Gold Camellia Beauty Oil
❁ One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil
❁ Red Camellia Lip Balm
❁ The Essence
❁ The Water Cream
❁ Violet-C Brightening Serum
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📸 via @tatcha

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We’re just awful, aren’t we? 😁💕✨
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"Passion is energy, feel the power that comes from focusing on what excites you” ~ Oprah Winfrey ❣️ This is 𝓹𝓪𝓼𝓼𝓲𝓸𝓷 by @siennabyronbay , an intense vermilion red creme nail polish color ❤️ #veganmanimonday
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All of Sienna Byron Bay nail polishes are Vegan, Cruelty-Free, Water Permeable & Breathable, Non-Toxic: No Formaldehyde, No Toluene, No DBP, No Synthetic Camphor, No Formaldehyde Resin, No Xylene, No Tosylamide and No Benzophenone-1. 💅🏻

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Another cruelty-free makeup brand is now available at Sephora!! 🐰 @meltcosmetics' popular cruelty-free eyeshadow palettes + stacks, lipsticks, blush, highlighters, eye and lip liners are now sold in-stores and online at @sephora! 💄 Most of Melt Cosmetics' products are vegan but some shades do contain carmine. If you're curious, I've got a vegan product list up on my blog (link in bio)💋 So proud to see more and more cruelty-free and vegan options available at Sephora! ✌✨ // 📸 via @meltcosmetics

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Mineral Fusion Eye Makeup Remover Review

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I’ve had the Mineral Fusion‘s eye makeup remover for over 6 months now. I wanted to try something different from my usual DIY coconut oil makeup remover routine. What really drew me into purchasing Mineral Fusion‘s eye makeup remover was that it was a gel solution, in addition to being cruelty-free and vegan of course.

Gently and effectively removes eye makeup. Easy-to-use, gel solution utilizes mineral-rich clay to dissolve even water-resistant makeup and clean the eye area

Product Description:

NATURALLY SKIN-NOURISHING
A unique mineral blend strengthens and revitalizes skin while Aloe Vera, Cucumber, Calendula and Vitamin E nourish and leave the delicate eye area soft and soothed.

Review:

I bought the remover from my local London Drugs for $12 for a 3.4 oz/100 mL bottle.

The gel solution is indeed very soothing but some may find the gel too cold when applying on the eyes- it takes a bit of getting use to. After a few uses, I really enjoyed the cooling effect and it gets major thumbs up for not leaving an oily or greasy residue after.

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What I like most about this eye makeup remover is how gentle the formula is and how it surprisingly did the job of removing my water-resistant mascara– sadly, it didn’t do the job of removing my eyelash glue. It did take a little bit of tugging at the eye to get all the stubborn mascara off, but it still worked!

The only thing that was disappointing where I had to knock off some points was the packaging! Since it is a gel solution, the squeeze bottle cap ended up getting pretty sticky and full of glob just after a couple uses. It is nearly impossible to clean it out because the opening is so extremely small and when using a towel or tissue to clean it, little bits of lint or tissue would get stuck to the gunk around the cap.

INGREDIENTS:
Purified Water, Glycerin, Decyl Glucoside, Mineral Blend (Malachite, Smithsonite, Rhodochrosite, and Hematite Extracts) , Calendula Officinalis Extract, Maris Limus (Marine Clay) , Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Extract, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Extract, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Extract, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Hydroxyethylcellulose, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin.

Free of Gluten, Parabens, Artificial Colors and Fragrances. Never-tested on animals. Hypo-allergenic.

Final Thoughts:

Because of the unique gel solution, I didn’t have high expectations but this came through as a gentle makeup remover option. This is in the mid-range price for a makeup remover; drugstore brands costs anywhere between $5-$10 and conventional brands and formulas usually go for $20.

All in all, I think Mineral Fusion’s eye makeup remover lives up to its claims to ‘gently and effectively removes eye makeup’. Worth the $12 if you’re looking for a more gentle and non-irritating option.

Disclaimer: this post contains affiliate links which, while they don’t change the cost for you, earn me a small commission. all opinions are entirely my own based on my experience with the product/company

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