Since the pandemic began, healthier living has always been on the set of reminders wherever we go. Taking care of oneself should be prioritized more than ever.
Now, celebrities are all trying their best to contribute to a level-up vegan life routine, with some of them about to launch their brands. Here are the few who are starting their venture in this advocacy of living a more vegan life;
Ellen and Kind Science
Ellen DeGeneres will be releasing a vegan skincare line named Kind Science. More details about the product will be unveiled on its launching, October 26.
The cruelty-free skincare range was used by DeGeneres for three years. She describes how the product works positively not only for her but also for her friends and family.
Ellen DeGeneres wants to share the great result that this has given them. ‘Kind Science’ range does not test on animals and is Leaping Bunny-certified.
DeGeneres explained on her talk show program that her venture has been in the works for three years and was something “she was so excited about.”
Aside from Ellen DeGeneres making her scene through skincare, Gwyneth Paltrow also launches women’s sexual health supplement.
DTF, is a daily supplement formulated to help women’s sexual desires. It is a vegan-based formula made with no hormones, GMOs, gluten, and soy. DTF is under Paltrow’s lifestyle brand, Goop.
Ed Winter’s Vegan Fish and Chips
Among these celebrities making their way for vegan products, Ed Winters begins a vegan fish and chip chain.
The activist, Earthling Ed, is set to open vegan fish and chip shops across the UK under the name The No Catch Co.
According to The No Catch Co website, their mission is to wage a battle against the emptying of oceans by the fish and chip industry. The organization’s battle cry: “time to stop killing the fish.”
Winters added that the industry kills hundreds of millions of fish annually to serve its clientele. Their venture is an answer to this desperate need, thus, explaining their company “taking on the fish and chip shop industry.”
Known as a primary must in British diets, fish and chips are sold with about 380 million portions every year in the UK.