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Looking for consciously-made vegan belts? Let me introduce you to @doshishop, a US-based vegan fashion brand offering a range of vegan leather handbags, briefcases, backpacks, belts, and accessories for men and women. πŸ’Ό πŸ’ž All of Doshi's accessories are free of animal materials and all ethically made using environmentally-conscious processes.
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This is one of their reversible vegan belts for women. That's right, you get two belts for one! One side is pink and the other is brown (also available in other colors) You can dress this belt up or down; casual or for work/professional attire.
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Every kindness matters πŸ’•βœ¨
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π’±π’Ύπ’Έπ“‰π‘œπ“‡π“Ž! πŸ™ŒπŸ» Illinois Becomes Third State to Ban Sale of Animal-Tested Cosmetics! πŸ‡
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SB 241, sponsored by Senator Linda Holmes (D-Aurora) and signed by Governor J.B. Pritzker on August 9, prohibits the import or sale of any cosmetic if the final product or any ingredient was tested on animals after January 1, 2020.
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Last year, California became the first state to enact β€œhumane cosmetics” legislation, followed by Nevada in June. Illinois’ new law provides additional incentives for cosmetics companies to invest in non-animal alternatives to help them stay competitive in a changing global market while sparing animals from painful tests. (Source: Animal Welfare Institute)

π’±π’Ύπ’Έπ“‰π‘œπ“‡π“Ž! πŸ™ŒπŸ» Illinois Becomes Third...

Keeping it cool 😎🍦✨#squad
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Cruelty-free Makeup doesn't have to be expensive! 🐰 There are so many affordable + high-quality cruelty-free makeup brands now available at most drugstores so that you can easily make the CF switch even if you're on a budget! πŸ’‹ πŸ’–
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Love this illustration by @timetogetclean of some CF drugstore makeup brands πŸ‡βœ¨
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And there's many many more!! πŸ‘‡πŸ»
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100% Vegan + Cruelty-Free Makeup Brands:
🌱 ELF Cosmetics – 100% Vegan
🌱 Pacifica – 100% Vegan
🌱 B. - 100% Vegan
🌱 Emani – 100% Vegan
🌱 EcoTools – 100% Vegan
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Cruelty-Free Brands with Vegan Makeup Options:
(Updated: Aug 14)
πŸ’„ Pixi Beauty
πŸ’„ Essence
πŸ’„ Barry M
πŸ’„ Physicians Formula
πŸ’„ Milani
πŸ’„ Mineral Fusion
πŸ’„ BH Cosmetics
πŸ’„ ColourPop
πŸ’„ CoverGirl
πŸ’„ L.A. Girl
πŸ’„ theBalm
πŸ’„ Makeup Revolution
πŸ’„ GOSH Cosmetics
πŸ’„ Jordana
πŸ’„ Flower Beauty
πŸ’„ Catrice
πŸ’„ Makeup Academy (MUA)
πŸ’„ Lottie London
πŸ’„ Real Techniques
πŸ’„ Ardell Lashes
πŸ’„ Eyelure
🏒 NYX Cosmetics (owned by L’Oreal)
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What are some of your fave cruelty-free drugstore makeup brands? πŸ’ž

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When you know your beauty and skincare routine didn't harm any animals πŸ™ŒπŸ»
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Millions of innocent animals are routinely blinded, poisoned, and killed each year for cosmetic testing. πŸ’‰πŸ‡ By simply choosing cruelty-free, I can sleep peacefully knowing no animals had to suffer for the sake of beauty! πŸ°πŸ’•
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πŸ“Ή via @popsugarbeauty

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Did You Say Prosecco? 🍾✨ - @lovemissfrankie πŸ’– a deep pinky-coral nail polish color!
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Miss Frankie 10-free nail polishes are also cruelty-free and 100% vegan! πŸ’…πŸ»πŸŒ±πŸ‡
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#missfrankie #gifted #veganmanimonday

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Patchology Vegan & Cruelty-Free Status (2019)

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Is Patchology Cruelty-Free?

Is Patchology Cruelty-Free?

Answer:

Patchology is a cruelty-free brand. Patchology does not test any of their products or ingredients on animals.

Patchology’s Animal Testing Policy (2019)

Patchology claims they do not test any of their products on animal and they do not purchase ingredients that have been tested on animals. Patchology also requires their ingredient suppliers and manufacturers to comply with the same policy.

Patchology's Animal Testing Statement
Patchology Animal Testing Policy (2019)

In order to consider Patchology to be cruelty-free, we wanted to know whether Patchology’s products are sold in-stores in mainland China (where all imported cosmetics are required by law to be tested on animals).

Below is the response I received from Patchology:

Patchology is committed to bringing you products that are not tested on animals. We do not test any of our products on animals and we do not knowingly purchase ingredients that have been tested on animals as well. We also request that our vendors, chemists, ingredients suppliers, manufacturers and formulators comply with our beliefs.

We do not sell to China and are not owned by any third party companies that test on animals or sell to China.

The only animal ingredients we use are honey and snail secretion, however all of our ingredients are ethically sourced.”

Therefore we would consider Patchology to be a cruelty-free brand and we’re glad to add them to our List of Cruelty-Free Beauty Brands!

Is Patchology Vegan?

Answer:

I would not consider Patchology’s products to be vegan. Patchology claims the only animal ingredients they use is honey and snail secretion but I have spotted carmine and collagen in some of their skincare products.

In the original email response, a Patchology representative informed me that “the only animal ingredients we use are honey and snail secretion, however all of our ingredients are ethically sourced.”

As I was browsing their products and ingredient lists, I noticed carmine and hydrolyzed collagen in some of their products. I emailed Patchology back to inquire about the source of their collagen and whether it was animal or plant-derived and also why carmine wasn’t considered an animal ingredient to them but snail secretion was.

Patchology responded and informed me that,

“We can’t guarantee that our products are vegan. In rare cases, when a suitable plant alternative is not available, our products do include ingredients that contain animal derivatives, such as Collagen. Additionally, while we only work with the best ingredient suppliers, there may be a chance of cross-contamination at the supplier facility.”

We would not consider Patchology’s products to be vegan at this time however they told me that they’re working to eliminate animal by-products from their formulas so I’m keeping my fingers crossed! 🀞🏻

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