What is the difference between organic and vegan skincare?

The last decade has seen a food revolution, and the same is true for beauty products. You’ve demanded transparency, understanding, and, most importantly, safety.

The skincare fast-food equivalents are on their way out … because you’ve shown that you want better choices. This global change in mindset has created a completely new sector of skincare: vegan products.

Vegan-friendly skincare eliminates all animal-derived ingredients. In other words, vegan skincare is made from plants and minerals as well as safe synthetic ingredients.

Just as you’d see a vegetarian ‘V’ on a Quorn-based dinner, you’ll also see a happy bunny or Vegan Society stamp on a vegan-friendly moisturizer. Not all vegan brands or products bear these stamps, but if you want to pick vegan skincare quickly, the stamps offer a shortcut.

If you want to know whether your current skincare is vegan, Sarava offers skincare treatments that are vegan, organic and cruelty-free and incredibly good for your skin.

We understand that shopping for vegan cosmetics can be a time-heavy task, so we wanted to make it as easy as possible. To do this, we’ve imported a completely vegan product range. Just as food nourishes you from the inside out, skincare nourishes you from the outside in. Thinking about skincare as food will help you understand the difference between vegan and vegetarian cosmetics. Veganism takes the principles of vegetarianism a step or two further. A vegan avoids all animal-derived ingredients, including eggs, dairy, and honey.

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