The definition of “veganism” is described by the Vegan Society as being: ”a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose.”
Yet, there is a common misconception: to be vegan is to only participate in a vegan diet.
In fact, veganism can integrate itself into many aspects of one's lifestyle, such as skincare. Thanks to green biotechnology, Orveda’s environmentally friendly products, consisting of clean and green formulas, elevate vegan skincare to new heights.
Each ethical yet efficient, environmentally friendly product produced through green biotechnology at Orveda is…
Through high concentrations of track-record cosmetic actives; proven in 20 clinical testings.
Clean and green formulas are designed without:
No artificial colourants
No sulfates, no soap
No irritating actives like fruit acids
No mineral oils
Using only recyclable glass bottles alongside:
A limited use of plastic components to <5%
Sustainably sourced packaging
Water-based inks for all lacquering
Together, through the science of green biotechnology, Orveda continues to aim for ultimate biocompatibility while respecting all skin types, even the most sensitive in a highly more efficient way versus the next leading, non-vegan brand – many of which use active ingredients that generate irritation or long term damage to the body (ex: phenoxyethanol which is carcinogenic).
Orveda’s cutting edge, green biotechnology meets nature’s intuitive intelligence to produce vegan, clean and green formulas, making up a wide range of environmentally friendly products. The outcome? Long term results from skin to soil.
Should you have any questions about Orveda’s clean, green and vegan skin care products, speak with one of our skin care experts directly and experience an Orveda skin care consultation.
*Veganism is not to be confused with vegetarianism: the practice of abstaining from meat, fish and other by-products of animal slaughter.