The reason you are visiting this blog is surely because you’re interested in cruelty free and organic makeup. But did you ever wonder about what’s in your sanitary products? Probably not because I didn’t really think about it either. Until I found this.
Rosewater – a magical hydrosol that you can use on your face, hair, body and everywhere in between (wherever that could be). I’ve been gifted a small bottle a couple months back (available from Ceano Cosmetics) and love to use it as a face mist whenever I need a little moisture surge anti-inflammatory combo.
The best thing about birthdays – or any celebration – and let’s be real: the pie! My sweet mother in law veganized her apple pie recipe for me and I’m happy to let you in on a little secret family recipe here.That being said, there is no need for you to wait till your next birthday to go ahead and bake this beauty!
If you know me a little bit, you’ll know about my obsession with two-in-one products. They are versatile, practical and make perfect travel companions.
This is a simple yet super tasty feel-good food. As a German, my love for potatoes is endless. 🙂 However, the German cuisine can’t take much credit for this fabulous dish. I discovered it after moving to The Netherlands. The original recipe includes plenty of animal products such as meat, butter and milk. So I took the liberty of veganizing it and it turned out so delicious!
Now I must say that I was a little sceptical in the beginning. Even though I love using mineral powders on my face as a foundation or a highlighter, I was a little concerned that it would be a very messy product to apply onto the eyelids. Well let me tell you: I was wrong!
This recipe is basically idiot proof: trust me, I know that as I am far away from being a gourmet chef. The concept of one pot pastas is pretty self-explanatory as you throw all the ingredients together in one pot. This particularly one was inspired by a recipe from Rachel Schultz, which I ‘veganized’. It’s simple, quick and so delicious so perfect for those lazy Sundays.
Korean Skincare has been a hit in Europe for quite some time, and there are a multitude of reasons for that. In Korea, investing in an immaculate appearance, especially of your skin, is a norm worth splurging on. Just think, the night time regimen can include up to 15 different steps! Something quite impressive, considering that I usually use…3? Ok, lies. Mostly just 1.
No idea what to cook tonight? Let me help you with that. I checked my fridge and the outcome was tasty: wok noodles with green curry.
When I was still eating animal products I always made sure to shop all of my dairy products, eggs, meat and so on organic. Now as a vegan, this desire of buying as organic and local as possible only grew stronger on me. But earlier in my life I never made the connection between organic food and the importance of all natural, cruelty free cosmetics. I cared enough about what came into my body, but I didn’t pay attention to what came onto my skin. Through documentaries I became aware of the horrifying circumstances animals are captured in for experiments and tests.