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Guest Blogpost: A White Rabbit Skincare product review - from Germany!

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Guest Blogpost: A White Rabbit Skincare product review - from Germany!

We were very excited when Karoline Matthes offered to photograph our products. And even more so when she gave her opinions on some of the range... I found White Rabbit Skin Care via Instagram. To find out more Information I contacted Melanie, the founder of the company. Melanie is a very kind and caring person, who is very passionate about the environment, animal welfare and the products, which are handmade. White Rabbit Skin Care only uses natural fragrances, natural colours and 100% vegan products. The packaging is recyclable. If you send back your empty cans you can even get a...

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Guest Blog Post: Vegan Bath Milk Recipe

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Guest Blog Post: Vegan Bath Milk Recipe

This week's guest blog post is by the lovely Tamsin. Tamsin lives in rural Suffolk and is an award winning Green Living blogger over at Eco Fluffy Mama. She has a keen interest in the Zero Waste lifestyle, and a slight obsession with menstrual cups. Her hobbies include cold process soaping, crochet, reading and photography. She is a huge sci-fi geek, and an even bigger fan of Amanda Tapping (from Stargate SG1 & Sanctuary), who she's been lucky enough to have had afternoon tea with.  I don't know about you, but I love nothing more than a relaxing bath after...

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Does your product contain secret animal ingredients?

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Does your product contain secret animal ingredients?

Following on from our previous article regarding Skincare Ingredients to Avoid, this week we're discussing the potential animal/insect derived ingredients that could be in your skincare products; 'hidden' by misleading names.  The 10 Most Common Animal/Insect-derived Ingredients Carmine (also known as Cochineal Dye) - often food in lipsticks and blushers, this is a dye made from crushed beetles. The beetles feed on cactus plants in Central and South America, and when they are crushed, an intense red dye is produced. Guanine - a crystalline material found in fish scales which is shimmering and light defusing, guanine is commonly found in highlighters, mascara, nail...

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Powered by Plants!

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Powered by Plants!

  "Veganism is a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose." (The Vegan Society definition).  There are thousands if not millions of articles out there on veganism/plant based diets, but as White Rabbit Skincare is a proudly vegan company, and we thought we'd use our little section of the internet (this blog) today to discuss the benefits of being 'powered by plants'; not just in the skincare industry, but everyday life. Why Vegan Skincare? We understand the benefits...

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Ingredient Focus: Evening Primrose Oil

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Ingredient Focus: Evening Primrose Oil

Latin Name: Oenothera biennis Like a great many carrier oils, Evening Primrose oil is a very unassuming ingredient but is actually very powerful - in fact it has been hailed as the most sensational preventative discovery since Vitamin C!  The remarkable healing properties of Evening Primrose Oil are attributed to the high concentrations of the fatty acid Gamma Linoleic Acid (GLA) - only a few other plants contain a small amount of this.  Thanks to the high dosage of GLA it contains, Evening Primrose Oil, when taken either topically (to aid skin problems) or internally, can: Relieve discomfort associated with PMS,...

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