Global demand for plant-based skincare is expected to soar to $30 billion in 2030

VeggiFace skincare experts advise women to consider more natural alternatives for overall health

AUSTIN, TX/ACCESSWIRE/October 25, 2022/ When scientists found “Forever Chemicals” in more than 100 beauty products, consumers across the country were shocked. The vast discoveries of study were published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology Letters. Researchers analyzed 231 makeup products from the United States and Canada and found that 52% of the products contained PFAS – a collection of toxic chemicals known as polyfluoroalkyl substances. In some cases, some of these products did not even mention PFAS on the label.

The study also concluded that PFAS in cosmetics may pose a risk to Human health by “direct and indirect exposure, as well as risk to the health of ecosystems throughout the life cycle of these products”.

Recently, Congress introduced the No PFAS in the Cosmetics Act that would ban the use of these chemicals in personal care products. Earlier this year, more than 30 senators sent a letter to President Biden requesting funding for PFAS research, regulatory efforts and testing.

This drive to regulate the cosmetics and personal care landscape has shifted consumer awareness, creating demand for healthier, less toxic alternatives, especially among consumers. millennial women 18-34 years old according to the latest research.

The team behind the VeggiFace plant-based beauty care line says shoppers want beauty and personal care products that are not just natural, but made ethically and to certain environmental standards.

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“Many women are looking for natural solutions to their skin problems,” says VeggiFace, whose beauty products are paraben- and chemical-free and can be used by both men and women. “They also seek to nourish, support and hydrate their skin using natural ingredients from the earth.”

Founding mother-daughter duo, Debra Dupree and Sinclair Lewis, say VeggiFace’s mission was grounded in personal experience. “In the past, I’ve tried using name-brand skincare products, but often got breakouts and breakouts,” Dupree says, “And what I found out doing my own research was that many of these products are loaded with harsh, toxic and harmful chemicals. I couldn’t even pronounce some of the ingredients! I became deeply concerned, especially for my daughter who was already entering the world of beauty consumption.

This concern has sparked a whole movement of natural products. The size of the global vegan cosmetics market is $17.2 billion, but this figure is expected to reach $28.2 billion by 2030, according to a report published by the Market Data Center.

Lewis adds that when consumers use natural ingredients from the earth, they minimize confusion around what kind of products are best for their skin tone, type, and even hair.

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Magnify Your Message, Monday, October 24, 2022, Image from press release

“The products you use on your hair and body should be clean enough to eat,” Lewis says. “For example, you can fortify your skin with frankincense essential oil to help fight blemishes, or cold-pressed carrot seed oil to promote an even skin tone. And to prevent aging, cold-pressed pomegranate oil works wonders. By reducing or completely eliminating chemicals, you can worry less about harmful ingredients and what they do to your overall health.”


VeggiFace was founded in 2007 to provide consumers with plant-based, chemical-free skincare options. Together, two generations of experience in the beauty and personal care industry have guided their company to provide personal care infused with plants, fruits and vegetables that nourish the skin. VeggiFace is for men and women who are looking for natural solutions to their skin problems. For more information, visit VeggiFace at instagram and Facebook.


Debra Dupree and Sinclair Lewis
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