I’m a fan of homemade remedies for acne and oily skin. They’re cheap, you know what all the ingredients are, it’s fun to make each little potion and they usually work. Not always, but most of the time they do. But trying to pick out which ones are worth trying can be low key irritating – which is literally the last thing anyone needs. So here are my top 3 picks for homemade DIY toners, for acne and oily skin.

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I have no idea when my Veganniversary is, but I’m pretty sure it’s been at least a year since I went ‘official’. Switching out my diet for plant-based options was straight-forward enough. But my makeup? My skincare? Major struggle street! So today, I’d like to give you the skinny on a cruelty-free makeup brand called Innoxa, and review a couple of their products: the Daytime Neutrals eyeshadow palette, and the Rose & Berry Blush duo. Are these the answers to my vegan makeup woes?

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For way too long, I’ve had problems with my hair: annoying, flaky dandruff, bone-dry frizz and oily grossness were all things I figured were simply my life. I’d accepted my fate! But since going vegan, I’ve been re-assessing a lot of things in my life, including my beauty and hair care products. Davroe was a vegan brand that kept coming up time and time again. So, I bit the bullet, I paid the hefty price, and I’m actually glad I did.

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Benzoyl peroxide. If you’ve ever had acne, there’s a fair chance you’ve heard of the stuff. Used all over the world for decades, it’s an absolute powerhouse ingredient that kicks acne bacteria’s butt. Loads of brands use it as a key ingredient, such as Acne.Org. Their ‘Treatment‘ is brilliant, and it works. If you need to slap a lot of BP all over your mug then it’s the way to go. Problem is… it’s online. Cue Benzac AC.

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