The Brains Behind… PHB Ethical Beauty

Rose Brown and family set up PHB when they realised just how many beauty and cosmetics products weren’t cruelty-free PHB Ethical Beauty is home to the world’s largest range of natural and vegan beauty products, with stores in five countries and products sold in over fifteen. The company was started by 24-year-old British entrepreneur Rose…

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The Vegan Beauty Brands Voted Most Popular

Vegan Beauty Enthusiasts Vote For Favourite Make-Up Brands With veganism growing in popularity, seeking a cruelty-free lifestyle is becoming an important part of many peoples lives. However, finding makeup brands that encompass this goal can be quite challenging at times, especially for those who are new to the cruelty-free and vegan way of living. Words…

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Vegan-Friendly Tennis Gear Website is Launched

Sheeps launch vegan-friendly tennis gear website In the midst of Wimbledon, online retailers Sheeps are set to release the first vegan-friendly tennis ball, which is free-from sheep wool and all other animal products. Each year, 360 million tennis balls are produced – most of which contain animal wool. Many people still believe that sheep shearing…

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The Agony Behind Angora

Fashion brands and clothing stores abandon cruel angora trade For those that haven’t seen one, angora rabbits are cute, small, fluffy creatures. But, (perhaps regrettably) their wool is also known for its softness, silky texture, thin fibres, and what knitters refer to as a halo (fluffiness). This means that it has long been desirable for…

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Luxury fashion brand, Prada, will stop using fur from next year

Prada’s move is one of the most significant fur-free fashion statements so far   Italian fashion house, Prada, have finally taken notice of our society’s rising demand for ethical fashion. From February 2020, the designer brand has vowed to stop incorporating fur in their future designs.   In previous years, Prada have been known to…

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