The Modern Woman's Veganuary Guide
In 2018 many people will consider doing a Veganuary challenge as a new year resolution. There are mai1y health benefits when going vegan including an improvement in energy levels, a reduction in break outs from cutting out dairy and even weight loss from reducing the intake of processed foods. With this new lifestyle trend gaining more and more popularity, there are an increasing amount of vegan friendly products hitting the shelves to cater for vegans!
Avocado, a fave with the millennial generation, is good for you on the inside and out! Nutritionist Cassandra Barns says, "Avocado is a good source of vitamin E, which is thougl1t to have several roles in skin health. Like vitamin C, it works as an antioxidant so may protect the skin cells against damage from free radicals. It is also thought to help protect the skin from UV rays, and have anti-inflammatory activity in the skin (inflammation is involved in skin rashes, blemishes and acne)." Vegan friendly Odylique's Avocado 24 Hour Replenishing Cream (RRP £22.00) contains rich emollient ingredie11ts such as shea butter, frfillkincense, as well as avocado to help rejuvenate and hydrate tired skin.
You may be missing some vital vitamins and nuhients by cutting meat out of your diet, so try Natures Plus Source of Life Garden's Organic Women's Multi supplement (RRP £42.95) to keep your vitamin intake balanced. Made from over 35 organic whole foods and natural botanicals including cranberry, maca and flax. As well as being vegan friendly it is also gluten free, so it's suitable for those also following a range of free-from diets.
Herbatint Organic Moringa Repair Shampoo (RRP £10.99) is a natural shampoo that contains powerful moisturising ingredients including aloe vera, tea tree oil and moringa. Perfect for any new vegans, ready to introduce greener haircare products into their beauty routine.