#FurFreeBritain

Hi everyone! I hope you all are well 🙂 Today I wanted to discuss the issue of animal fur in the U.K with you all. Although the last fur farm in the U.K has been closed since the past 14 years (since 2003), there have still been numerous occassions where real fur is still being … Continue Reading

How to get L’Oréal to Go cruelty-free

Hi everyone! ☺ How has the start of your week been going so far? L’Oréal in China Most of you will already be aware that L’Oréal is not a cruelty-free company, as they sell in mainland China where cosmetics are required to be tested on animals before being distributed and sold across China. As one … Continue Reading

Forever Against Animal Testing

Hello everyone! Happy Sunday – I hope you all had a lovely weekend. ☺ Some of you may have already seen the Forever Against Animal Testing campaign that Cruelty Free International and The Body Shop have created to put an end to cosmetics testing on animals on a global scale. Ban Animal Testing Animal testing remains … Continue Reading

Sunday Inspiration: Skinless

  Hey everyone ♥ Happy Sunday! I hope you all enjoyed the holidays! I was actually on holiday for most of the time, hence the delay in responding to emails and lack of posts (sorry). In India the demand for real leather is unfortunately quite big with millions of businesses selling all kinds of leather products, … Continue Reading

YuLin Festival

Hi everyone, A couple of days ago I was sent a link to sign the petition to end the YuLin festival and it got me thinking about what happened last year. Unfortunately, most people found out about the disturbing YuLin festival almost a week before the actual event from celebrities like Ricky Gervais and the #StopYuLin2015 … Continue Reading

Faux labels

  Faux fur has increasingly been dominating the fashion scene, yet the concerns over the production of real fur is not as outdated of a problem as we like to think. Although we are led to believe that most of the major brands and retailers that typically sell faux fur are ethical and just, this is unfortunately not … Continue Reading

Shark Week!

In case some of you weren’t aware this week was Shark Week. For those of you that don’t know much about Shark Week it was originally started as a week long programming by the Discovery Channel in order to change the negative perceptions of sharks and raise awareness of the cruelty that they face. Normally … Continue Reading