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As more people become environmentally conscious, celebrations such as Earth Day and World Oceans Day are becoming more well-known around the world. Resulting in a shift in lifestyle choices, ethical purchasing habits, and dietary modifications, we can notice that many people are now opting for a vegetarian or vegan style of living.
World Vegan Day is an annual event recognized by vegans all over the world to increase awareness about veganism, emphasize the importance of veganism for our planet, and commemorate how far we have progressed as a society since the vegan movement began.
What is the World Vegan Day?
The 1st of November is the World Vegan Day kicking off the World Vegan Month, which lasts the entire month of November. The main goal of the movement is to bring people together and inspire them to live a vegan lifestyle that is good for both the environment and animals. It's also a great time to reflect on how far we've come in recent years, with 500,000 individuals participating in 'Veganuary' in 2020, an increase of 100,000 over the previous year.
The reputable Vegan Society, founded on this day, has created the Vegan Trademark, which can be found on over 55,000 products worldwide. Since 1990, the Vegan Trademark has assisted consumers with identifying items that are free of animal-derived components. The logo can be found on beauty and hair care products, apparel, food and drink, and many other items, and it is well-known all over the world.
When skincare celebrates World Vegan Month.
The Vegan Society defines veganism as "a way of life that tries to avoid – as far as it is possible and practicable – all forms of animal exploitation and cruelty."
Being vegan refers to people avoiding any food or drink originating from animals. This includes not only animal-based meat, but also dairy products, eggs, honey, and gelatine, a common element in sweets and desserts. Vegan hair and skin care products adhere to the same guidelines and do not contain any animal-derived substances, such as keratin, silk, honey, or lanolin, which are commonly found in cosmetics. Vegan beauty is frequently confused with cruelty-free beauty, although the two phrases are not interchangeable.
World Vegan Month is a fantastic time to make the switch to vegan beauty and personal care products. Check out our vegan products collection, which are not only cruelty-free and vegan, but also organic and low-waste packaged. Even a small change can make a difference and the switch is simple and painless!