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People have many different reasons for switching from conventional personal care products. Some are rightly concerned about the potentially hazardous ingredients they may contain, such as butylated hydroxyanisole and formaldehyde.
A Case for Cruelty-Free Bath and Beauty Products
August 2 2018
Animal testing doesn't make cosmetics or skin care products safe or effective. Luckily, there is a wide range of bath and beauty options that are cruelty-free and not tested on animals.
4 Cruelty-Free Makeup Options to Create a Gorgeous Look
August 20 2018
Beautiful lipstick, full-coverage foundation and other great cruelty-free cosmetic choices do not have to come at the cost of animal testing. Many quality companies still refuse to test their products on animals today. Azèlique provides cosmetic options that one can feel good about in terms of following ethical standards while still seeing incredibly high-quality results from makeup.
3 Things to Avoid in Your Beauty Products
March 19 2019
The soaps, lotions, and makeup people use every day have a huge impact on wearers.
Day and Nighttime Skincare Featuring Azelique Products
February 1 2019
Healthy skin upkeep requires a daily routine with several important steps. Proper morning and nighttime skincare routines should be treated differently based on the needs of the skin.
Perk up Your Skin With Retinol Serum
April 16 2019
Fight aging and acne with a daily application of retinol serum.
Join the Mild by Nature NoNoNos Movement!
July 10 2017
Become a No No-No's family with Mild By Nature Baby Products.
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