By P.Campbell

We all like to feel we are doing our bit to make the world a better place. Vegan and all-natural products have never been more popular, and we are happy that new trends are healthy ones. There is no need to destroy the earth and or plunder its abundant resources in the name of beauty and self-care. Here we have three fantastic ethical beauty brands that you need to have on your radar.

The Body Shop

For as long as I can remember, The Body Shop led the way in ethical beauty. Their ground-breaking campaigns have inspired positive legislation changes in critical areas, including animal testing, domestic violence, and human trafficking.

This internationally known beauty brand has been proudly at the forefront of fair trade in the beauty industry. They have 31 community trade suppliers in 23 countries, positively benefitting thousands of people across the globe. The Body Shop’s ‘Enrich Not Exploit Commitment’ and Community Trade Program has created many opportunities.

Their international cruelty-free campaigns – Forever Against Animal Testing – has been active for over 30 years. Always being a force for good, In October 2019, they took over 8 million signatures to United Nations HQ in New York to ask for a global ban on animal testing in cosmetics.

Talk about making history and helping the world to look good while doing it.

N9NE Cosmetics

N9NE Cosmetics is a new all-natural skincare brand made in the UK’s green capital Bristol City. All products are lovingly made by hand with the finest organic ingredients from across the globe. Refreshingly vibrant N9NE Cosmetics products nourish, revitalise & moisturises your skin.

They offer a range of high-quality body butters, lip glosses, and lip balms in various refreshing therapeutic fragrances. N9NE Cosmetics is the perfect brand to satisfy your skincare needs.

The brand aims to inspire people to naturally love their skin and dedicated to making people feel good about their skin and appearance. Since the mysterious outbreak of Covid-19, N9NE Cosmetics has launched it’s new Thank Our Heroes’ package to support the brave front line, essential workers.

Maria Nila

This luxurious haircare brand was developed and produced in Sweden. Maria Nila’s haircare is registered with the Peta, Leaping Bunny, and The Vegan Society. The True Soft range is a fantastic product and works wonders that tend to dry out quickly; their other varieties include Pure Volume and Head & Hair Heal for brittle repair. All of their formulas are sulphate-free, not to mention their nourishing hair masks. Another great feature is that they’re suitable for coloured hair. Want to do a bit of good – with every purchase, you contribute to tree-planting in South America.

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