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Favourite cruelty-free products of 2013

Last July marked my one year anniversary of my decision to boycott animal testing make-up companies, and 2013 was my first full year as a cruelty-free blogger. I've been living this lifestyle for 18 months and despite some of the hurdles and set backs (in 2013 we lost Stila cosmetics) this is by far one of the best decisions I've ever made and is easier now since I've had plenty of time to do my research.

I've been introduced to so many more brands in these past 18 months than when I was content with buying whatever was in Boots, and I've decided to put together my top bunny friendly products of 2013.

The Scottish Fine Soaps Company Au Lait Shampoo
I received this in a pamper set last Christmas and wasn't expecting to like it, but what I discovered was the best shampoo I have ever used. I've also tried out the Sea Kelp and newer Arboria shampoo's but the au lait still gets my gold star every time.

Arbonne Primer
I've never had much luck with primers, but after discovering this gem my primer worries were over. I have since tried the Too Faced primer which is also good but the Arbonne primer still stood a cut above the rest for me.

M&S deodrant
Not exactly the most exciting beauty product ever (if you could even consider it beauty) but finding a cruelty free anti-perspirant was becoming the bane of my life. Enter the good old British company of Marks and Spencers who have leaping bunny approved deodrants in a range of fragrances.

Arbonne It's a Long Story Mascara
The second entry from Arbonne. The original mascara was admittedly not all that but that cry was listened to and this was released, to very good results.

Soap & Glory Hand Food
Most bloggers own this but thought I'd throw this in.

Pixi waterproof eye make-up remover
Removes make-up easily, doesn't sting the eye and isn't oily. Not much to dislike, really.

Bourjois Rouge Edition lipsticks
I hang my head in shame to say I had never owned anything Bourjois until this year, however they have now entered my highly rated list. I've yet to be disappointed by any of my purchases but the lipstick range is the star buy for me.

What have been your favourite beauty products this year?

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