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  1. I love your video 🙂
    I’m changing my products for organic and vegan ones now, and I’m also
    trying to do my own natural products with natural ingredients 🙂
    Love from france ! Gaëlle

  2. I have been put off by Burt’s Bees and Yes To as they are not always as
    natural as they make themselves out to be 🙁 

  3. I’m trying to go vegan and cruelty free with beauty products. I can’t even
    think how those defenseless animals being tortured and abused because we
    want to look beautiful. So I have pledged to go vegan. 

  4. Eos aren’t very good for you. Like most drugstore lip balms they contain
    ingredients that eventually dry out your lips in the long run so you’ll
    keep buying them.

  5. Just in case anyone watching this is confused (the title is a little
    misleading): No the Burt’s Bee’s ointment and EOS lip balms are NOT vegan.
    They contain beeswax.

  6. Awh man, my skin couldnt tolerate the avalon organics lavender facial wash
    :(.. But im looking for a body lotion and im looking to try out the dessert
    essence one! 

  7. Hey girl! 🙂 My channel is new to YouTube, hopefully you can hop on over
    and check it out! Also feel free to subscribe!! Hope you’re having a great

  8. I really loved this ! But I think you should take Burt’s Bees off the list
    for those who take parent companies into consideration when looking for
    vegan and cruelty free products. Although Burt’s Bees IS cruelty free and
    always has been, they are owned by Clorox, which is not cruelty free :-^(

    Anyways, I really loved this!! You seemed so nice and I was able to get
    like 2-3 things from this video so thanks! 

  9. I think its really great that you are sharing natural products. having said
    that, not all are created equal so be sure to read the labels and if
    anything looks like a science experiment,don’t get it.

  10. +Kachii3 yes you are always suppose to dilute essential oils with a carrier
    oil like coconut oil jojoba oil etc

  11. hey. Maybe you already knew. But you can make your own dry shampoo by
    mixing cacao powder and corn starch, if you add essential oils like mint or
    even lavender it will make your hair smell lovely. Natural, easy and cheap.
    You can fill it in the empty bottle of your purchased dry shampoo, so it
    will still look good. 🙂 

  12. I love that you’re sharing organic products! Definitely will check these
    out 🙂 I wasn’t able to find your business email and would love to talk to
    you about some integration opportunities. I left you an inbox message with
    more information, please feel free to reach out to me at anytime!

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