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Health + Wellbeing
14e Cosmetics state on their website that they use both natural and organic ingredients for their products.
They prioritise the use of aloe vera over water content in their products to maximise their nourishment.
However, at present, there’s no clear certification available to support this on their website.
14e Cosmetics is mindful about the practices they follow for their business, as they do state on their website that they are cruelty-free.
14e Cosmetics’ current foundation range (10) is limited and does not yet include a sufficient range for darker skin tones or disability-friendly packaging.
However, there social media marketing does support a diverse cast of models wearing 14e Cosmetics.
Currently, no certifications are supporting their ethical practices.
Packaging, Practices + Policies
There’s no certification available on 14e Cosmetics website showing what their sustainability practices are.
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