PACK BEAUTY WITHOUT CRUELTY INTO YOUR FLIGHT BAG
By Debbi K. Kickham, www.Gorgeousglobetrotter.com
As the author of the bestseller THE GLOBETROTTER’S GET-GORGEOUS GUIDE, the world’s first beauty book for traveling women, I know a great product when I see one. That’s why my new BFF is BWC, the Beauty Without Cruelty brand. The company was founded in England in 1963; its goal then – and now – is to manufacture and distribute natural, color cosmetics that were NOT tested on animals (as was the norm back then) and which did not contain any animal ingredients. These products were introduced in the United States in 1969. Today, BWC has a full line of cruelty-free, vegetarian skin, body and haircare products made with the finest natural ingredients and organic aromatherapeutic essential oils.
Pack these petite products in your carry-on bag, and you’ll have a first-class trip, even if you’re traveling in coach.
Right now I’m wearing the Natural Infusion Moisturizing Lipstick in cappuccino – I highly recommend this color for all faces, as it’s a neutral spice shade that goes with everything and most skin tones. These lipsticks, of which there are 30, are free of parabens, glutens and fragrance, and are vegetarian. BWC also makes fine-cream concealer pencils that are also corn- and soy-free, available in two shades and two sizes.
You’ll also like the mascara – it’s waterproof and made with organic Japanese berry wax. The Attitude Nail colors contain no formaldehyde, toluene or phthlates. There are 16 colors including a metallic gold shade that’s gorgeous, and pink metallic called Candyfloss. For complexion perfection, two standouts on the roster include Vitamin C Vitality Serum with CoQ10, and a 3% AHA Complex Facial Cleanser that is also available in a travel size of two ounces. Put these in your bag, close it up, and yell, “Zip, Zip, Hooray!” www.Beautywithoutcruelty.com
We may have received free samples of beauty products, which in no way influences whether these products are reviewed favorably, unfavorably, mentioned with indifference, or mentioned at all.