This November 1 is celebrated world vegan day, an option that professes to eat and use products that do not come from animal origin. So much to eat, dress or to put on makeup. Celebrate World Vegan Day with these products and actions that you can do daily.
Both to eat and to dress and even when it comes to putting on makeup. Brands know that we need a better world for ourselves and for our animals and there are more and more vegan items.
Products and habits to promote veganism
The non-meat burger
The gourmet hamburger chain Timesburg gives special relevance to one of its most iconic burgers: The Beyondburg, made with vegetable protein and accompanied by vegan mozzarella, lettuce, tomato, fresh onion and crunchy kikos with soy sauce.
By appearance, texture, consistency and flavor, the Beyond Burger It is the product that is most similar to animal meat, to the point of being almost indistinguishable, since its juiciness is reminiscent of minced meat. It is made with a mixture of beans, rice and pea protein.
100% vegan hair coloring
Veganism is a thriving lifestyle and a growing number of people are embracing it in recent years. Therefore, the increase in ethical consumption is increasing the demand for vegan cosmetics.
Chromoplus Colorica is a permanent color, 100% vegan with European VeganOk certificate and cruelty free. It is a coloring system that contains state-of-the-art raw materials, innovative technology and a lot of passion in a single permanent color, 100% vegan and dermatologically tested.
Vegan chicken and meat
NeWind Foods contains a complete range of frozen vegetable protein products, without preservatives or artificial colors. They are made with textured vegetable protein base with a special recipe that gives it not only all the flavor of animal protein, but also its texture, and they are already available to consumers in certain supermarkets.
Kun-Tu Cosmetics is vegan, unisex, cruelty free… and with countless national and international awards. For its part, Fabiola Organic Care has in its cosmetics the antioxidant and anti-aging properties of argan and camellia japonica. In addition to being certified vegan, the seal that guarantees all its formulations is Natrue, one of the most demanding and reputable in the universe of organic cosmetics.
And Dalire presents vegan and sulfate-free shampoos formulated in Seville. Free of harmful chemicals, its natural products fight the vast majority of conditions suffered by the hair and scalp, such as root weakness, irritations, alopecia or seborrheic dermatitis.
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