Are you curious about vegan skin care? And would you like to start a vegan skincare routine? Then read on quickly!
More and more people are opting for a more plant-based lifestyle, consciously refraining from animal products. This choice is not only limited to food, but is also about your way of traveling and of course your (skin) care!
Vegan skincare is gaining popularity because of the many benefits it offers, both for your skin and for the environment. In this blog we take a closer look at why you should opt for vegan skincare, what you should pay attention to when selecting vegan products, the difference between vegan skincare and standard skincare, and we conclude with some useful tips to improve your vegan skincare. routine to start.
That's why you choose vegan skincare
One of the main reasons to choose vegan skincare is because of the animals. Vegan skin care products do not contain any ingredients of animal origin and have not been tested on animals, so you do your bit to reduce animal suffering.
In addition, animal ingredients, such as beeswax and collagen, can cause irritation and allergic reactions in some people. Vegan products, on the other hand, use plant-based ingredients that are gentle on the skin and less likely to cause irritation.
A clear win-win!
Difference between vegan skin care and standard skin care
The main difference between vegan skincare and standard skincare is the use of animal ingredients. Traditional skin care products often contain ingredients such as lanolin (derived from sheep's wool), beeswax and honey. Vegan skincare, on the other hand, avoids these ingredients and uses plant-based alternatives.
Think of: Argan oil (also called Moroccan Gold), vitamin E, horse chestnut extract and aloe vera.
In addition, vegan skin care products are usually free of synthetic chemicals, parabens and sulfates, making them gentle on both the skin and the environment.
What should I pay attention to in vegan skin care?
When choosing vegan skin care products, it is important to carefully study the ingredients list. Avoid products that contain ingredients such as beeswax, lanolin, milk derivatives, honey, and keratin, as these are of animal origin.
Usually the label or description indicates that the product is 100% natural and vegan.
Be aware of possible hidden animal ingredients, such as glycerine that can come from animal fats. Instead, opt for products that use plant-based alternatives, such as vegetable oils, vegetable glycerin, and shea butter.
Are you in doubt and do you have questions? Please feel free to contact one of our skin specialists.
It's about your skin, so only the best is good enough!
Tips for vegan skin care
Finally, we would like to give you some tips for starting a vegan skincare routine:
- Thoroughly research brands that offer vegan skincare products and check their claims.
- Keep your specific skin type and needs in mind when choosing products. Vegan skincare offers a wide variety of options for every skin type.
- Don't forget that natural ingredients such as aloe vera, jojoba oil and coconut oil are common in vegan skin care products and provide excellent benefits for the skin.
- Be patient with your skin during the transition period. It may take a while for your skin to adjust to the new products.
We wish you the best of luck with your new vegan skincare routine!
Every day we speak to ladies (and gentlemen) who are happy that they have taken this step.
Natural skin care fits perfectly into our current lives: we go back to basics and choose products that we are proud of and that really help us.
The result: a natural glow!
A radiant skin together with mother nature
consists exclusively of vegan skincare products. This way you can be sure that you choose the best natural skin care.
We use the power of nature and its special ingredients. For example, we use ingredients such as avocado oil and antioxidants. Would you like to know more about our natural power ingredients? Be sure to also read this blog