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    PIXNOR P2017 Waterproof Facial Cleansing Brush and Massager with 7 Brush Heads for Removing Blackhead, Exfoliating and Massaging (Classic Rosy)
    Beauty (PIXNOR)


    PIXNOR


    List Price: $29.99
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    • For Exfoliating: Use the exfoliating head with your facial cleanser to deep clean and gently exfoliate. The pumice pad will remove calluses from feet and elbows.
    • Professional quality! You can use it with any facial cleanser or essential oils. Enjoy spa-quality facial care in your own home and while you travel. Only 5.25 inches long and light in weight, this kit will take up little room in your bathroom or travel bag.
    • The perfect all-in-one facial care system! Includes seven different heads-a full range of cleansing brushes and sponges, exfoliating pads and massaging head. Water-resistant! No need to worry about water getting into the mechanism and ruining it when you use it in shower. This makes it easy to clean the heads: Just run them under warm water and allow to air-dry.
    • For Cleansing & Remove Blackheads: Use one of the sponges to gently remove makeup and surface oils, or the short- or long-bristle brushes for deeper cleaning and mild exfoliation.
    • For Massaging: The rolling massager head will improve blood circulation and tone facial muscles for a fresh, youthful glow. For all skin types, normal, sensitive, dry, oily. For Men, Women, and Teens. Sensitive skin to consider using the slow speed.

    Finishing Touch Flawless Women's Painless Hair Remover
    Beauty (Ideavillage Products Corporation (Beauty))


    Ideavillage Products Corporation (Beauty)


    List Price: $19.99
    Price: $19.99


    • Removes Peach Fuzz so Make-up Glides-On Flawlessly; Hypoallergenic, Dermatologist Recommended
    • Removes Facial Hair Instantly and Painlessly from Lip, Chin, Cheeks; Built-in Light So You Never Miss a Hair
    • Requires 1 AA Battery - Included
    • 18K Gold-Plated in Beautiful Rose Gold, Discreet and Portable
    • Gentle Enough to Use Every Day - No Downtime Waiting for Regrowth

How To Shop For Vegan Beauty Products At The Drugstore: Brands And Ingredients For Animal-Friendly Consumers

CRUELTY FREE VS. VEGAN

Big drugstore brands — including L’Oreal, Maybelline, Revlon, Rimmel London, and CoverGirl — all test on animals , striking them all from being considered cruelty-free, PETA reports. 

A bit of background knowledge is sometimes necessary if you support animal rights and want to shop responsibly. For example, Burt’s Bees is certified that it does not test on animals, (it’s printed on every label), but the brand is owned by a major corporation, Clorox, which is not cruelty-free.

If a product is vegan it means that there are no ingredients in it that came from an animal. A good amount of these cosmetics don’t specifically put it on the label, so it’s the consumer’s job to be aware. For instance, carmine is often used in shampoos and other cosmetics like lipstick, but, according to PETA , it is actually red pigment from the crushed female cochineal insect. Reportedly, 70,000 beetles must be killed to produce one pound of this red dye.

Beauty Products?

I am on a mission to find the best beauty products out there. So far my favorite is Arbonne International because they are all natural and for the environment and stuff. You guys got anything better??:D


Well if you want to do something with your skin. I use Aveeno. It is the best lotion i have every used. But I am not sure if you would like it. This is just a thought. I had really really dry skin I tried that and it improved in one week!

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consumers digest has a magazine that tests and rates cars and appliances and so on. the funds for the research and the printing of the magazine comes from the consumers purchasing it. all this has nothing to do w/ the companies paying them to pick there


I don't know of any such thing, but I wish they did have something like that....on a personal note, I have tried all types of beauty products and hair products...I can tell a difference in such things as cleansers and moisturizers....I use Mary Kay and


I don't know of any such thing, but I wish they did have something like that....on a personal note, I have tried all types of beauty products and hair products...I can tell a difference in such things as cleansers and moisturizers....I use Mary Kay and


not all shampoos have alcohol in them, i trust arbonne and have been using their products for a while now and they are all natural the best part,so you have any doubts ask this lady she can give you product lists
http://myladybeau.myarbonne.co