Checking Ingredient Lists Is Easy, Thanks to These 11 Websites

Beauty consumers today are way savvier than they used to be and know that certain ingredients aren’t the best for their skin. Because of that, they make a conscious effort to learn more about the products they’re putting on their skin, which is a great first step to curating a safe skincare routine.

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Think Differently About Beauty

Take a look at our latest feature for App Store Canada #VoicesOfChangeCanada. Featuring our founder, Lily Tse. She delves into the connection between women’s self-image and their beauty product shopping habits.

There’s An App For That: Tech Tools for the Planet

It has never been easier to live consciously than it is today: bulk food stores in our neighbourhoods, online bazaars full of eco-friendly products, not to mention the amount of reusable or recyclable items available to us. But there is a whole heap of companies out there working hard to make sustainability even more convenient and accessible for everyone, especially through the modern world of apps.

Whitespace x PFAs

Bubbly water drinks like La Croix and Bubly were favourites in my household until we learned about the insane levels of PFAs that are included.  What are PFAs?

The 12 Best Fragrance-Free Shampoos That Won’t Irritate Your Scalp

Anyone with sensitive skin knows how valuable it is to be aware of what goes into your skincare products. One of the most common ways to avoid flare-ups is by choosing formulas without fragrance. The same approach should be applied to your hair care products, especially since scalp health should never be neglected and is essential to proper hair growth.

Forever Chemicals: Is Make-Up Doing More Harm Than Good?

For those of us who choose to wear makeup, most often it’s to enhance the appearance of our skin; whether it be for that effortless glow or simply to convey the impression that we get a full eight hours of sleep. But with the recent news that major cosmetic brands are still selling makeup with ‘forever chemicals’ in the UK, are we actually doing ourselves more harm than good?