With so many skincare and beauty brands out there these days, it’s easy to choose brands and products that do not support animal testing. If enough people jump on the bandwagon, larger companies may feel the pressure to follow in their footsteps.Continue reading “Are your Beauty products truly Cruelty-Free? [Visual]”
As you visit stores or shop online, you’ve probably noticed that more companies are choosing to go green. Newer generations want to be more involved in sustainability and eco-friendly products than older people, which is why you see more green products.
While it’s great that consumers like you are more aware of what you purchase, not all businesses are truthful about their products, which results in greenwashing.Continue reading “10 Tips to Avoid being tricked by Greenwashing”
With a greater emphasis on bettering the environment, many of us are making a conscious effort on waste reduction. Brands are beginning to answer the public demand, working towards a circular economy. Did you know that many of our favourite brands now offer respective eco-schemes?
What are you actually putting on your face?
If you use makeup, have you ever wondered what you’re actually putting on your face?
These days, most makeup is made in the lab. And a lot of how makeup works, whether you’re trying to darken your eyelashes or smooth out your complexion, depends on its chemistry.
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Solar panels are the best way to get your power for free. And while they’re built to last for 25 years or more, it’ll take some time to recoup your investment and not every manufacturer or installer will be around as long. An engineer and a solar expert confirmed Reviews‘ findings: The best panels have efficiency ratings that pack a powerful punch and come from manufacturers with a proven track record.