Lucy Bee has committed to being a Vegan Skincare brand as we don’t feel it’s necessary to use animal produce when there are so many more alternatives out there.
We want everyone to be able to enjoy the Lucy Bee range, which is why we have made sure our products are all certified by The Vegan Society.
Being part of Vegan Society mean that none of our products contain or use any animal products, by-products or any derivatives from animals. On top of committing to vegan skincare, we also do not use palm oil in any of our products. We use Vegan society so that
you can have confidence in buying our products and know that you are buying a vegan product.
For more information about the Vegan Society, please visit their website here.
Cruelty Free International:
Adding to our Vegan Society accreditation, we are proud to add the Cruelty Free International. This certification guarantees that not only is the finished product not tested on animals but nor are the ingredients used to make up the product.
For more information about Cruelty Free International, Leaping Bunny and Leaping Bunny criteria, please visit their website here.
Lucy Bee tries to be as transparent as we can be, so check out what other people have said about the vegan skincare range:
"Thank you for making me confident in my own skin" - Leanne
"It has changed my life not feeling like I need to wear make up every day" - Tess
Ethical Best Buy:
Ethical Best Buy is independently reviewed and looks at the transparency, sourcing, human and animal welfare, environmental and sustainable considerations, as well as packaging used by a company. With all these in consideration we are proud to say that we have been voted a number 1 Ethical Best Buy company.
On top of the above Lucy Bee promises not to use palm oil, or any of its derivatives, in any of our products. The growing impact of deforestation for palm oil destroying animal habitats goes against the very nature of vegan skincare for Lucy Bee, hence our dedication to not using it.
If you want to read more about palm oil, then please click here.
Other Work by Lucy Bee
On top of Lucy Bee committing to being a vegan skincare brand we are also trying our best to work with a host of different charities, as well as donate products where possible, totalling to a combined donation of £15,400. These charities include:
- The Soup Kitchen, London
- The St. Francis Hospice, Romford
- Love Support Unite Africa
On top of this we made soap donations during COVID-19 to help out communities dealing with the issues faced.
If you want to read more about Lucy Bees charity work, then click here
Thanks For Reading!
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