March Favourites 2017: Cruelty-Free Beauty & A Mockmentary

March Favourites 2017: Cruelty-Free Beauty & A Mockmentary

As April is approaching and Spring is finally here, I thought I would share with you a few of my favourite things from March.

March Favourites 2017

Superdrug Products

Early on in the month, I made a trip to my local Superdrug and picked up these four fantastic products. Here we have:

♡ Superdrug Coconut Water Shampoo

♡ Superdrug Coconut Water Conditioner

♡ Superdrug Anti-Perspirant Deodorant Soft Pink

♡ Collection 16 Hour Long Lasting Perfection Foundation

Superdrug’s own brand Coconut Water Shampoo & Conditioner were such a great find. Previously, I had been using Superdrug’s Extracts range, benign to my knowledge that it was meant for individuals with coloured hair to remove everyday residue. The Extracts range made my hair look greasy after a day of use and did not replenish any moisture into the ends. However, after a couple of uses of the Coconut Water range, my hair felt radiant, refreshed and did not appear greasy 24 hours later. What’s more, It smells of fruity pineapple, sweet, delicious and tropical!

The next product from Superdrug was the Soft Pink Anti-Perspirant Deodorant. I chose to make a conscious switch from aerosol to roll-on as it is less harmful for the environment and kinder on my skin. This product does everything and more – reduces sweat and deodorises with a soft feminine scent. This costs no way near as much as the other retailers and is of course a cruelty-free product.

Thirdly, I purchased the Porcelain shade of the 16 Hour Long Lasting Perfection Foundation from Collection, a cruelty-free affordable make-up brand exclusive to Superdrug. This product creates a silky yet matt-like finish on your skin that lasts all day.

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March Favourites 2017

Alpro Cashew Milk & Hazelnut Milk

Towards the end of the month I discovered a new dairy-free milk; Alpro Original Cashew. Unlike the hazelnut or almond varieties, this has a very subtle nutty taste that is in no way overpowering. It does not separate or sit at the bottom of a cup of tea nor taste too dissimilar to the likes of soya milk. The only downfall however is when used in porridge. The milk seems to boil very quickly and almost separate into cashew pieces and a watery liquid. It still tastes delicious despite looking unappealing. Secondly, Alpro’s Hazelnut milk is a milk I had tried a number of times yet never committed to buying. A hazelnut latte is on the cards with this purchase or a nutty hot chocolate!

March Favourites 2017

Pulsin Raw Almond & Raisin Chocolate Brownies

Not only have Pulsin updated their packaging, they have also brought out a range of new products. These raw almond and raisin chocolate brownies are delicious! The ingredients are minimal, healthy and packed full of goodness from raw nuts and fruit pieces. These are great for an afternoon pick me up or a late evening snack.

March Favourites 2017

Simon Armstell’s Mockumentary: Carnage

On the 19th of March, BBC iplayer released Simon Armstell’s vegan mockumentary called Carnage. Set in 2067 where society is vegan, the film looks back on the world’s animal eating past and how disgusting it once was. It is almost a revolutionary release for vegans and vegetarians alike as the humorous and absurd story line provides thought-provoking material for meat eaters (or should I say ‘carnists’) and others who are opposed to a plant-based lifestyle. Amongst the humour lies snapshots of slaughterhouses, the dairy industry and climate change; subliminal messaging that may end up converting a person or two. I highly recommend giving this a watch!

What were your favourites this month?

 

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