How it all started...
Kingdom Cosmetics was created by our founder Niamh in July 2019. Here she explains the journey…
‘I went vegetarian in January 2017 after watching a few documentaries which really shocked me. Over the following year I gradually reduced other animal products in my diet but officially committed to being vegan during Veganuary 2018. During this time I found that picking vegan foods was fairly simple due to labelling and all the information easily available online. However, I found the cosmetics and skin care journey very challenging due to parent companies and different laws (which I will explain later). This led me to create Kingdom Cosmetics in 2019’
VEGAN means no animal products
CRUELTY FREE means not tested on animals
A product can be one but not the other. All products on Kingdom Cosmetics are fully cruelty free and vegan.
In China all cosmetics sold can be subject to post-market testing. This is done randomly and the brand does not have to be informed. Therefore any brands that sell cosmetics in China cannot be considered cruelty free.
PARENT COMPANIES-Cruelty Free brands can be owned by non cruelty free parent companies. A good example of this is Urban Decay. As a company themselves they are cruelty free but they are owned by L'Oreal who are not cruelty free. All of the brands stocked by Kingdom Cosmetics do not have parent companies and therefore are all fully cruelty free.
Kingdom Cosmetics showcases...
100% vegan and cruelty products
All British brands
All small/family run brands so no parent companies involved
All packaging used is fully recycable (see below for more details)
Packaging and Shipping...
All packaging used by Kingdom Cosmetics is fully recyclable. The tape is recyclable and can be left on the boxes when being recycled. The packaging beads can either be composted or dissolve in water.
Shipping charges are as follows...
We deliver through Yodel. The charges are £2.90 and it should arrive within three business days.
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Love the Planet is a Scotland based female founded company. They specialize in plastic free mineral make-up. They are vegan and certified cruelty free by Cruelty free International. All their packaging is fully recyclable. The idea behind the brand is for your initial purchase comes in a refillable tin. The you can repurchase sachets to fill your tin with.