3 Celeb Beauties That Have Given Up Synthetic and Animal Tested Cosmetics & Skincare

3 Celeb Beauties That Have Given Up Synthetic and Animal Tested Cosmetics & Skincare

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Green beauty products used to be something you had to hunt down in your local health store, but in recent years the green beauty movement has exploded!


Consumers are more aware than ever of the numerous ingredients found in their favorite beauty products, and are actively seeking to avoid them.


You’ll now see natural products popping up everywhere, even scattered throughout your local drugstore, who would have thought!


Why Is Green Beauty Being Embraced Now More Than Ever?


Firstly, you help to protect your health against toxins that will eventually find their way into your bloodstream. You help to do your part for the environment and all living creatures by turning to green, cruelty-free products.


Of course, green beauty is also just what your skin needs, because why care about what you put into your body, but then slather your skin in potentially damaging chemicals that provide no real long-term benefits?


Yeah, we don’t know either!


If you need a push in the right direction then perhaps these green celeb beauties will inspire you!


Green Celeb Beauties Leading The Charge

Stella McCartney


This celeb beauty is well known as an animal rights supporter and environmental advocate so it’s only natural that she designed her own eco-friendly skincare line called Care. Her luxurious range of skin elixirs, cleansing milks and scents are never tested on animals, free from all synthetic chemicals and formulated with only healthy, organic ingredients.


She even runs her own recycle program! Now if that’s not girl power for you, then we don’t know what is!


Jessica Alba


Jessica Alba is the next green celeb beauty on our list and she founded the Honest Company, a company that creates baby, personal care and cleaning products that are safe and effective.


“I founded The Honest Company because I wanted safe, effective products that perform. After all, you shouldn't have to choose between what works and what's good for you.”


We couldn’t agree more! Jessica wanted to make products that were safe for the whole family after she had children and realised everything, even baby products, are pumped full of toxins. That’s not okay!

Gwyneth Paltrow


If Gwyneth didn’t stand out as you read the title of this article then we fear you may have been living under a rock.


Thanks to goop, her connection with wellness and green beauty are pretty much synonymous! Not to mention, she also joined Juice Beauty as the Creative Director of Makeup.


According to Gwyneth, “People are really understanding how absorbent an organ the skin is….how applying toxic chemicals on our skin is not good for us” and we couldn’t agree more!

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