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5 Beauty Brands Supporting Animal Wildlife

The main emphasis of World Earth Day 2019 is the Protect Our Species campaign. With an alarming rate of animal extinction taking place, some of the main causes are directly linked to human activity. From the destruction of rainforests, climate change to pollution, this is having a dangerous knock-on effect on surrounding wildlife. Threatened species include bees, giraffes, elephants, coral reefs and whales.

On Earth Day we celebrate the brands who are making positive change within the industry and are actively working to protect animal ecosystems.

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Chantecaille products are the epitome of luxury beauty, delivering high-performance formulas that are truly indulgent to use. As a beauty brand, Chantecaille are leading the way to protect wildlife. Proud to be cruelty-free and palm oil free, Chantecaille are philanthropists at heart, and support charities that truly make a difference. These partnerships allow Chantecaille customers to connect with these organisations whilst also enjoying their favourite beauty luxuries.

The Lip Veil is a collaboration with Space For Giants, a charity working towards protecting the 4% of the African Elephant still alive. The hydrating formula enriched with Baobab Oil that has been sustainably sourced and delivers high-pigment lip colour. The Philanthropy Cheek Shades support a different wildlife charity with each colour shade: Butterfly, Bee, Turtle, Horse, or Coral.


Enriched with Organic Grape Water and Grape Seed Oil, the new Caudalie SPFs work to protect the skin and the coral reefs. As some sunscreens can be toxic and damaging to sea life, make a more environmentally conscious choice by opting for these new high-performance formulas.

REN Clean Skincare

A champion of clean beauty, REN Clean Skincare are playing their role in wildlife conservation, with a particular focus on plastic pollution. Leading Beach Cleans to help eradicate plastic from local areas, REN are setting the standards in how customers can help make a difference. The Atlantic Kelp and Magnesium Anti-Fatigue Body Wash has been created using 100% recycled plastic, 20% of which is reclaimed ocean plastic.

So Eco

Makeup Brush brand So Eco positions themselves as the face of responsible beauty. Cruelty-free and vegan-friendly, So Eco brushes are created using responsibly sourced Bamboo and packaging is made using sustainable materials. Delivering a flawless finish with every application, expect a high-quality experience that also protects wildlife.

Burt’s Bees

Burt’s Bees products are created using sustainably sourced honey, but the brand goes a step further by sponsoring the British Beekeepers Association. This long term sponsorship is a large element of the ‘Bring Back the Bees’ campaign, in which for every lip balm sold, 5,000 wildflower seeds will be planted.

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