POP by fashion designer, Stella McCartney is a vegan fragrance which I am totally obsessed with.
vegan fragrance journey
When I first went Vegan in 2011, I stopped eating animal products. Yet, it was only later that I discovered the ugly truth about the beauty industry. Read more about my journey here. Up until that point, I had unknowingly been using fragrances and other beauty products, that were tested on animals, and contained animal ingredients. After learning the truth, I went on a search to find a vegan, cruelty and animal ingredient free fragrance.
I was so happy to find POP by fashion designer, Stella McCartney. POP is one of a small handful of vegan mainstream fragrances available in Cape Town. It has a lovely soft, floral scent which I absolutely love, so much so, that I have been using it for years now.
All our fragrances are vegan friendly, which means that no ingredient is tested on animals or comes from animal origins, including bees.
Where to buy?
POP, by Stella McCartney is available at Truworths, as well as Red Square stores. It is available in 100ml, 50ml, 30ml as well as a little 7,4ml roller ball tube you can carry in your handbag (which I have only seen as part of a gift set). Prices range from R800 to R1500. The entire collection’s packaging boxes are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), which is a guarantee that they have originated from sustainably managed forests.
Have you tried any of the Stella McCartney fragrances? Which vegan fragrance do you use? Please let me know in the comments below. If you’d like to see more of the health & beauty products I have found, have a look here. If you’d like to see what else I have found browse my Directory. New products posted regularly.
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