Do Vegan Face Scrubs Really Work?
Finding a face scrub that truly works for your skin is essential to honing in on any skincare routine. Many people are turning to more natural and cruelty-free forms of skincare. We love using vegan skincare products, but if you’re new to cruelty-free and vegan skincare products, you might not know where to start. This is everything you need to know about making the switch to a vegan skincare routine.
Why use a vegan face scrub?
Not only do vegan skincare products tend to have better ingredients, but there are a lot of other reasons you might choose to use a vegan face scrub. Switching to cruelty-free and vegan products are more ethical than using non-vegan skincare products. They aren’t tested on animals, and we don’t use animal by-products in our ingredients for this skincare line. This means you can use these products knowing that no harm was caused in creating your new favorite face scrub.
What skincare products are vegan?
We love our vegan skincare line! It’s all based on getting you the best nutrients we can, including essential vitamins like vitamin C. Our Vitamin C Face Scrub is vegan and is heat activated to help you scrub all those nasties from your skin while adding essential vitamin C to your face. It gently exfoliates, so that your pores appear less visible, and your skin can appear as its most radiant self!
Do vegan face scrubs really work?
Not only do vegan face scrubs really work, but they can help to add nutrients to your skin that you didn’t even know you needed. Vegan skincare products tend to use ingredients that are more pure than non-vegan products, which means you have more to gain from using products that are labeled “vegan.” Our Vitamin C Face Scrub is perfect for naturally exfoliating your skin, adding vitamin C to your skincare routine, and reducing dullness all in one easy step!
Want more vegan skincare? Try our new Sure Thing Revitalizing Eye Cream!
Disclaimer: May cause irritation. Stop use and contact a dermatologist if prolonged irritation or allergic reaction occurs.
About the author:
Halle Homel is currently based in Southern California, where she spends her time with her family and dog, Lassen when she’s not traveling. She spends her free time exploring new places, practicing yoga, and working on her blog, Halle’s Wandering Soul. Follow her on Instagram @sunbirdsoul
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