Vitamin C Lotion for Hands & Body:
Moisturization, rejuvenation and protection for soft, smooth, youthful-looking skin. Active antioxidants Vitamin C and CoQ10 help counteract the impact on the appearance of the skin due to sun and environmental damage for radiant, revitalized skin. Aloe vera and chamomile extract promote a healthy-looking glow to the skin. Massage the Vitamin C Lotion all over skin daily as needed; for maximum moisturizing benefits, use after bath or shower.
3% AHA Complex Facial Cleanser:
This lightly-foaming, soap-free cleanser removes dead surface skin cells, daily impurities and excess oil without over-cleaning your skin. Alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) gently and deeply clean and actively clarify your skin without disturbing its natural balance, leaving your skin clean, clear and refreshed. A mild tingling sensation is normal when using.
We are excited to feature BWC Vitamin C Lotion for Hands & Body and the 3% AHA Complex Facial Cleanser in all the VIP Goodie Bag at the Chicago Artisan Market on Sunday, September 16, 2018.
The entire BWC product line is:
? Never tested on animals
? No animal ingredients
? Paraben Free
? 100% Vegan?Vegetarian
? 100% Pure Premium Oshadhi Essential Oils
To learn more about Beauty Without Cruelty, please visit their website.
Every once in a while, the human spirit is gripped by such intense passion and commitment that it changes the course of history. Such was the case with Kathleen Long and Lady Dowding, whose love and concern for animals altered the course of cosmetic history forever. What began as the philosophy of one small company eventually effected every major cosmetic house worldwide and set a new standard for consumers and manufacturers alike.
In 1963, Beauty Without Cruelty was founded in England by the trustees of BWC Charitable Trust, an animal welfare organization. Its goal was to manufacture and distribute natural, color cosmetics that were NOT tested on animals (as was the norm) and did NOT contain any animal ingredients. The driving force behind the project was Katherine Long, a dedicated, life-long animal welfare activist, a cosmetician and a vegetarian.
After Katherine?s death in 1969, Beauty Without Cruelty almost closed its doors but Lady Dowding was determined to keep the company and its purpose alive and helped develop BWC into one of the most sought-after cosmetic brands in Great Britain.
In 1989, Beauty Without Cruelty was introduced in the United States. Based on the principles of high quality, fair pricing and environmental sensitivity, BWC cosmetics and skin care quickly became one of the industry?s leading brands.
Today, Beauty Without Cruelty has a full line of cruelty-free, skin, body and hair care products made with the finest ingredients and premium aroma-therapeutic essential oils, and a full line of color cosmetics to meet the needs of every woman.
Beauty Without Cruelty