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Plush Organics – The difference between Certified Organic and Natural

I first stumbled across Plush Organics early in my quest to have an organic and cruelty free life for myself and my family.  What appealed to me about Plush Organics was their mission to provide optimal quality certified organic formulas to nourish, rejuvenate, beautify and transform the skin.  The integral part of that statement is… Read More Plush Organics – The difference between Certified Organic and Natural

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Non-Cruelty Free Parent Companies

I think cruelty free brands owned by non-cruelty free parent companies was really brought into the spotlight when Estee Lauder bought Too Faced.  After the acquisition the co-owner of Too Faced Jerrod Blandino took to Instagram to confirm their standing on animal cruelty after many concerned animal lovers expressed their worries on social media: My… Read More Non-Cruelty Free Parent Companies

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Mask Madness

Since starting my skin care journey I have become quite addicted to using masks.  Clay masks, sheet masks, peel masks, any type of mask.  Here is a run down of what I have at the moment. Origins Drink Up Intensive Overnight Mask: (NOT Cruelty Free, NOT Organic) AUD$37 Leave it on overnight and your skin… Read More Mask Madness

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Deserted Island Makeup

These are my current deserted island/ride or die/everyday make up routine items.  I am happy with the results of all these products but know that they are not organic and will not be repurchasing. So lets start with the face.. Primer: E.L.F. Cosmetics Tone Adjusting Face Primer – Love the price.  A thick formula that… Read More Deserted Island Makeup

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Good Green Box Review

For my first post I thought I would start with something that is helping me achieve my organic and cruelty free lifestyle. It’s the Good Green Box monthly subscription box.  It popped up as an advertisement in my Instagram feed so being new to the organic movement I thought it sounded like a good place… Read More Good Green Box Review