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Sadly, a lot of makeup brands still test on animals. So when Axiology founder Ericka Rodriguez discovered this fact for herself, she set on a mission to create high-quality vegan makeup products that prioritize people, animals and the planet.
On this episode of In The Know: Sustainability Week, host Crystal chats with Rodriguez about her cruelty-free, sustainable makeup brand. The brand’s most sustainable product is its Balmies, a crayon-like balm for lips, eyes, cheeks — wherever — with compostable packaging.
“It’s been my dream to create a business that cares for animals, people and the planet,” Rodriguez wrote in a blog post on the brand’s website. “And to see that other people want products from businesses that care is truly the best reward. Balmies are 100% vegan and cruelty free and they are the first multi use product to contain no plastic and no packaging (meaning nothing pollutes our planet). We’re super proud of them.”
Check out Axiology on this episode of In The Know: Sustainability Week above!
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