What is the Difference between Vegan Makeup and Regular Makeup?
Vegan makeup brands continue to grow within the beauty and cosmetics industry. Its appeal has everything to do with the recent quest for natural products that are safer and potentially better than the makeup in women’s cosmetic bags and cases.
The term “Vegan” is used to describe beauty products that do not have any animal products within the list of ingredients. So what is it that separates began products from regular makeup products?
The key difference between vegan and traditional makeup is the use of animal by-products. You will never see animal by-products in a truly Vegan brand of cosmetics.
These products do not contain toxic chemicals like heavy metals, sodium lauryl sulfate, polyethylene, petroleum distillates, or parabens. Other common ingredients found in traditional skincare products include uric acid, beeswax, lanolin, and carmine.
You may still be on the fence about choosing vegan makeup for your skin, but there are numerous benefits to consider. Amazingly, Vegan cosmetics are fastly gaining a reputation of being gentle and far better for your skin than that of traditional makeup. This benefit is particularly important given that our skin absorbs upwards of 60 percent of the products we dare to apply to it.
Vegan products don’t clog your pores, and your body’s absorption of these chemicals are not dangerous. They are rich in vitamins A, C, and E, extracts, essential oils and other natural ingredients that support the maintenance of healthy skin.
Traditional cosmetics can be dangerous to your skin, clogging your pores and triggering nasty breakouts, skin irritation and inflammation.
Now that you know the difference between these two versions of makeup, you have the option to choose makeup products that are designed to compliment your skin without damaging it. Are you ready to give it a try?