Cruelty Free Beauty Haul



Like most weekends, it was spent wandering around shopping and what's a bit of retail therapy if you don't end up in Home Sense? I'm a fan of stocking up on big bottles of shampoo and conditioner as it's the ultimate convenience and the HS/TK Maxx is the mecca for cruelty free beauty. I've been desperately trying to inject moisture back into my mane since the last balayage appointment like it's my full time job and luckily I managed to grab bargain of the year with Pureology's Strength Cure Conditioner for only £10 - so let's hope it does the hard work for me. And in hoping for a cheaper dupe, I picked up this Om She Pure Organics Conditioner (£4.99) - sulfate and paraben free so it's also ideal for coloured hair and supposed to aid with hair's porosity for moisture retention. Plus, bonus points for smelling like a sexy male. 


To accompany the conditioning duo and after all of the deliberation, I got a Bio Keratin Smoothing Shampoo in salon size. I usually like to do my research before I spend ££ on a product especially on a brand I've never heard of before, but for only £10 and that it's again CF, sulfate and paraben free it was worth a buy. The pump alone is always a winner. Another new brand to me is the Skin Blossom Reviving Eye Cream (£3.99) a vegan formula that happens to also be 85% organic. When that 6.15 alarm goes off in the morning, I'm in need of something to pat around the bags to de-puff and freshen up. I love the packaging, again with a pump and it's travel size which adds another tick.

Have you tried any of these beauties? Found any CF bargains for yourself recently?

K.