Do you have a morning beauty regimen? Consider swapping one item in your makeup kit or medicine cabinet for a fair trade item.
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Many cosmetic companies use enslaved labor. For example ingredients such as cocoa, vanilla, and mica have been linked to child labor. If you wear makeup or have any kind of beauty regimen fair trade alternatives are out there. This week, consider looking into swapping out one part of your beauty regimen for a fair trade alternative. Need inspiration? Check out our self-care Pinterest page for slave-free, ethically sourced cosmetic products like lipstick, facial lotion, and beard oil!
*Slave-free lifestyle tip: Consider checking out your local farmers market. Many vendors there sell locally produced soap, lotion, or other cosmetic products.
Forms of Abolition:
Forms of Slavery:
Forced Labor, Bonded Labor, Child Labor
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