Monday, 25 March 2013

Eminence Beauty Products

I had a gorgeous facial in Fremantle using Eminence products. It's all natural and made in Hungary, all ingredients are grown in their organic farms so there is 100% no testing on animals and they use sustainable farming. Unfortunately there are a few products that contain either beeswax, milk or honey. I've made a list of the non-vegans ones at the bottom.

During my treatment they used;

Bright Skin Cleaners
Stone Crop Hydrating Mist
Strawberry Rhubarb Dermafoliant
Bright Skin Masque



The following products of theirs are NOT vegan (seems like a lot but they have SO many products);

  • Clear Skin Collection
  • Pear & Green Apple Yoghurt Body Wash
  • Naseberry Cranberry Yoghurt Body Wash
  • Citrus Lip Balm
  • Rosehip & Maize Exfoliating Masque
  • Apricot Masque
  • Garlic & Tomato Masque
  • Pink Grapefruit Vitality Masque
  • Quince & Ice Wine Masque
  • Raspberry Pore Refining Masque
  • Sour Cherry Masque
  • Tokay Ice Wine Masque
  • Stone Crop Masque
  • Tomato Lycopene Masque
  • Herbal Clay Treatment
  • Menthol Rosehip Treatment
  • Sweet Red Rose Treatment
  • Grape Antioxidant Serum
  • Green Tea & Guava Fortifying Serum
  • Strawberry  Rhubarb Hyaluronic Serum

All these masques are vegan;

  • Blueberry Soy Repair Masque
  • Bright Skin Masque
  • Calm Skin Amica Masque
  • Chocolate Mousse Hydration Masque
  • Clear Skin Probiotic Masque
  • Coconut Cream Masque
  • Cranberry Pomegranate Masque
  • Eight Greens Phyto Masque
  • Firm Skin Acai Masque
  • Hibiscus Calendula Hydrating Masque
  • Key Lime Vanilla Age-Defying Masque
  • Lime Cleansing Masque
  • Lime Stimulating Masque
  • Linden Masques
  • Mandarin & Rooibos Antioxidant Masque
  • Naseberry Treatment Masque
  • Pear & Green Apple Masque
  • Pink Grapefruit Clarifying Masque
  • Primrose & Melon Balancing Masque
  • Pumpkin Latte Hydration Masque
  • Strawberry Rhubarb Masque
  • Sugar Plum Revitalizing Masque

10 comments:

  1. I love these products but what about the lactic acid in them? Would that make them not considered vegan?

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  2. I assume any of the ones they told me were vegan are in fact vegan. Lactic acid might be in the non-vegan ones. Or maybe their is a plant or synthetic version that they use.
    Like any brand, if they email and tell me their product contains to animal products or by products I have to believe them, and I always keep their emails as proof :)

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  3. I'm wearing a Strawberry Rhubarb Masque right now! I nabbed a sample and I love it, it smells like strawberry shortcake. Thanks for compiling this list! I also wondered about lactic acid, but this cleared it up for me: http://vegtastic.net/2011/01/is-lactic-acid-vegan/

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  4. Thanks for that Shannon! I'm glad it's all cleared up! I'm so in love with my Chocolate Mousse Hydration Masque and it's lasted me for over 8 months now!

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  5. Nice post. And including images is so nice.
    Vegan cosmetics refer to the makeups made with natural and organic ingredients. They do not contain any animal ingredients or any by products. They have never been tested on animals neither.
    vegan cosmetics list

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  6. Great that these products are vegan, and though I have not tried specific 'makeup' products by e.l.f. I have purchased e.l.f. shadow appliators, foundation/brow/and smudge brushes, eyelash wand and curlers and have found that these items are by no means built to last. Flimsy, the shadow applicators fell apart within two days of use, and the bristles on the foundation brush fall off regularly. My hunch is that they are cheap because you are indeed getting what you pay for, vegan or otherwise.
    vegan cosmetics

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  7. I agree, e.l.f. is all made in China and is a good option for those vegans on a budget but I'm not a huge fan either. I love Inika for foundation and powder, Manic Panic or Tarte for mascara and Derma makes an amazing tinted BB cream.

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  8. Vegan makeup, or all planet-friendly makeup is the latest trend in the fashion world. If you are going to spend the extra green at the grocery store checkout line by purchasing healthier organic fruits and vegetables, why not also invest in your skin’s overall health by purchasing vegan products?
    Vegan Cosmetics

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  9. It was nice article to find vegan make up products and it was natural , organic so good it was beast product for makeups

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