Mother And Daughter Launch Vegan Lipstick For The Environmentally Conscious

The pair wants to 'make the world a more beautiful place without hurting it in the process'
The mother-daughter duo felt it was a 'must' to create cruelty-free cosmetics (Photo: Facebook)

New vegan and cruelty-free cosmetics brand CADŌ is set to launch a line of lipsticks for environmentally conscious make-up lovers this week.

Founders Donna Seidman and Carly Paige have created lipsticks 'for women who are as concerned with the health of the planet as they are with the health of their skin'.

Having started the company in the kitchen of Seidman's home, the brand will be filling the gap in the Canadian market for vegan and completely cruelty-free cosmetics.

The lipstick products will be available in a number of shades (Photo: Facebook)

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The Co-Founders set out to create a line of lipsticks with 'top-of-the-line texture and quality', but without chemicals and additives.

CADŌ is also organic, eco-friendly, gluten-free, and sustainably-sourced.

For the mother-daughter duo, 'being cruelty-free was a must', in a bid to 'satisfy their shared interest in making the world a more beautiful place without hurting it in the process'.

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