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Cruelty Free Beauty Haul!

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Cruelty Free Beauty Haul!

We are HUGE advocates of the cruelty free lifestyle here at White Rabbit Skincare, and this extends to all aspects of everyday life, from home cleaning products, to clothing, to make up! We will also always support and help promote other cruelty free businesses, and so we were thrilled to come across cruelty free, affordable brand Essence in our local branch of Wilko. Naturally we just had to pick up a few key pieces to try out... Essence Lash Base - £2.50 A white mascara which is applied to lashes as a preparatory step, this helps boost the volumising, lengthening,...

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A toner? Do i really need one?

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Here at White Rabbit Skincare, we're frequently asked "what is a toner?" and, more often "do I really need one?" Unfortunately, due to somewhat outdated information, many people are often advised that toners are an unnecessary or optional step in the skincare routine, but we disagree, as they can provide some really amazing benefits to your skin. So, what is a toner and when do I use it? Toners are liquid products, designed to be used after cleansing and before moisturising - for example we remove makeup with our Lime & Coconut Cleansing Water, do a deep cleanse with the...

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Extending the Olive Branch...

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Beeswax has traditionally been used in products (from candles to lip balm) for hundreds of years, but as a vegan, bee-loving company, White Rabbit Skincare sought out an alternative to this, and use olive wax instead! Olive Wax is obtained from a process of blending different fractions directly from olive oil to produce a hard wax, similar to beeswax. No chemicals or foreign matter are used in this process, ensuring its purity and thus making it an ideal choice for use in natural skincare products. Indeed, beekeepers in many countries use pesticide strips to protect the bees from parasites, and as such beeswax...

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Guest Post: Skin Friendly Foods

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Today's AMAZING informative blog post is by Amie from The Curvaceous Vegan blog (all other social media links are, as always, linked at the bottom of the post).  When you first go out, your skin is the first thing a person will see, and not only that you skin helps to keep you healthy, so it is important to take the time to look after your skin at the same time. Not only that there are lots of things that can effect our skin, for example, what we eat, what we drink, the chemicals we have in our foods, whether...

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Busy Chilli Recipe

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Contratory to belief, vegan recipes do not need to be bland - as the following recipe from the lovely Emily from Dystopic.co.uk (social media links are included at the bottom of the page) perfectly illustrates! This is a great dish if you get in tired and hungry from work and just want to chuck loads of things in a pan and be done with it. It's delicious, hearty and packed with loads of nutrients such as protein, iron, vitamin C and fibre. It's also great to make when entertaining - even meat-eaters will be satisfied with this! Ingredients Dash of olive oil...

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