Let’s Talk Vegan Products for Your Natural Hair

When someone says a product is vegan, it simply means that the product wasn’t made with ingredients gotten from animals. And when they say a product is cruelty-free, it means the making of that product didn’t involve testing on animals.

A product can be vegan while not being cruelty-free. And in the same way, a product can be cruelty-free while not being vegan. Plus, of course, some products can be both or neither vegan and cruelty-free.

If you’re a vegan queen, it might come naturally to you to go for vegan hair products. But it’s important to know two things;

(1) Being vegan or cruelty-free doesn’t affect the effectiveness of a product. This means that a product can be or not be those things and it won’t be a reason for a lack of increase in the product’s effectiveness.

It’s mostly a matter of principle and preference.

(2) Not all vegan products are 100% vegan because of ingredients like honey and goat milk.

Where we fall at Tree Naturals.

At Tree Naturals, we believe in using only natural, healthy ingredients for your hair. So you won’t find toxic chemicals in our products.

We also believe in fair trade and caring for the welfare of animals and the environment.

All our products are 100% cruelty-free. But, you will find that our products are not all vegan. Here’s a list of some of our 100% vegan products;

  • Earth Mask
  • Shampoo Bar
  • Conditioner Bar
  • Whipped Curl Crème
  • Hair Growth Oil
  • Jojoba Oil
  • Essential Oils
  • ZEN Beard Spray

Some of our non-vegan products are called non-vegan because of ingredients like honey. Honey is effective in promoting hair growth, conditioning, retaining moisture, preventing breakage, and even treating the scalp. It has anti-inflammatory qualities that treat some hair conditions such as dandruff. 

Honey is a vital ingredient in natural hair care products. 

You can spot a vegan and cruelty-free product by looking out for the cruelty-free logo (a leaping bunny or PETA), checking for the certified vegan logo, and reading the ingredient list.

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