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Beauty Without Cruelty - AHA Renewal Moisture Lotion - 4 oz. Formerly Moisturizing Cream
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Beauty Without Cruelty - AHA Renewal Moisture Lotion - 4 oz. Formerly Moisturizing Cream

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Beauty Without Cruelty - AHA Renewal Moisture Lotion - 4 oz. Formerly Moisturizing Cream

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    UPC# :000056454239
  • Brand:Beauty Without Cruelty
  • Size/Form:4  oz.
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Beauty Without Cruelty - AHA Renewal Moisture Lotion - 4 oz. (100 ml) Formerly Moisturizing Cream

Beauty Without Cruelty Organic Aromatherapy Skin Renewal Lotion.  BWC Renewal Moisture Lotion with 8% Alpha Hydroxy Complex refines your skin’s texture and feel while improving its ability to retain moisture. Nature’s own shea butter, kukui nut, and rosa rubiginosa combined with organic aroma-therapeutic essential oils keep your skin toned, smooth, and soft. Anti-oxidant vitamins A, C, and E, plus green tea extract protect the skin from environmental damage for maximum skin renewal and anti-aging benefits.

Beauty Without Cruelty Organic Aromatherapy Skin Renewal Lotion:

  • Organic Ingredients
  • Paraben Free
  • No Synthetic Fragrances
  • No Engineered Fragrances
  • No Animal Testing
  • 100% Vegetarain

The History of Beauty Without Cruelty
Every once in a while, the human spirit is gripped by such intense passion and commitment that it changes the course of history. Such was the case with Kathleen Long and Lady Dowding, whose love and concern for animals altered the course of cosmetic history forever. What began as the philosophy of one small company eventually effected every major cosmetic house worldwide and set a new standard for consumers and manufacturers alike.

In 1963, Beauty Without Cruelty was founded in England by the trustees of BWC Charitable Trust, an animal welfare organization. Its goal was to manufacture and distribute natural, color cosmetics that were NOT tested on animals (as was the norm) and did NOT contain any animal ingredients. The driving force behind the project was Katherine Long, a dedicated, life-long animal welfare activist, a cosmetician, and a vegetarian. Together with Noel Gabriel, Katherine developed the first, full line of cruelty-free color cosmetics.

After Katherine’s death in 1969, Beauty Without Cruelty almost closed its doors but Lady Dowding, a founding trustee, was determined to keep the company and its purpose alive. Lady Dowding, a warm, open-hearted person, was a charismatic leader and BWC continued to grow and influence others.  In 1978, after tireless efforts, Lady Dowding appointed Joseph Piccioni as managing director of BWC. Joseph had considerable business experience and was dedicated to animal rights. He contributed his expertise, vision, and personal assets to develop BWC into one of the most sought-after cosmetic brands in Great Britain.

In 1989, Beauty Without Cruelty was introduced in the United States. Based on the principles of high quality, fair pricing, and environmental sensitivity, BWC cosmetics quickly became one of the industry’s leading brands. Later that year, a natural skin care line was developed to compliment the color line from England. Its cruelty-free, vegetarian ethic was embraced by American consumers making it one of the most respected and recognized lines in the marketplace.  Today, Beauty Without Cruelty has a full line of cruelty-free, vegetarian skin, body, and hair care products made with the finest natural ingredients and aroma-therapeutic essential oils, and a full line of colour cosmetics to meet the needs of every woman.

Water (aqua), Butyrospermum parkii (shea butter), glycerin, Carthamus tinctorius (safflower) seed oil, stearic acid, hydroxyethyl acrylate / sodium acryloyldimethyl taurate copolymer, polysorbate-60, sorbitol, squalane**, dimethicone, lactic acid**, cetearyl alcohol, panthenol, allantoin, sodium pca,
Aleurites moluccana (kukui) nut oil, Persea gratissima (avocado) oil, Sesamum indicum (sesame) seed oil, Cananga odorata (ylang ylang) oil, Anthemis nobilis (roman chamomile) oil*, Chamomilla matricaria (german chamomile) oil*, Pelargonium roseum (geranium rose) oil*, Camellia oleifera (green tea) leaf extract, malic acid, citric acid, phenoxyethanol, benzyl alcohol, potassium sorbate, tocopherol.

*Certified organic
** Vegetable Source

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About Beauty Without Cruelty

Since 1963, Beauty without Cruelty has been dedicated to a business philosophy that advances animal welfare. They have stood consistently against animal testing and pioneered a powerful, ethical standard that could eliminate animal testing for cosmetic purposes on a global scale, if adopted by enough companies.


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By (Huntley , IL )

This review is rather subjective, as it's w/ using this I realized that any time I use a product that has the vague "AHA," I break out. Glycolic acid products are fine and helpful, and since that's an AHA, I don't know why this and other products from other brands do it. Otherwise, I felt this product wasn't really moisturising- my skin tends to be a bit on the dry side, and I had to use a lot to achieve a decent level of moisture- my skin ate it up.

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By (Newton , NJ )

I really like this product; however, I will not repurchase. The consistency is more of a cream; therefore, the bottle makes it very difficult to get the cream out. A squeeze tube would be much better. Also, too much is left that cannot be used. I thought it worked well softening and brightening my skin. Hope the company reads the reviews.

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By (American Fork , UT )

This product is light and is quickly absorbed into the skin. I have been using it for several years and wouldn't be without it. My skin looks wonderful - I only apply BWC products to my skin.. I recommend them to everyone. We must be careful about the products we put on our skin and be certain they are toxin free. They are quickly absorbed into our body.

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By (Chanhassen , MN )

Love this lotion. It isn't too thick, so doesn't leave my skin feeling greasy like some lotions. The all natual components and great smell are a bonus!

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By (Brooklyn , NY )

I couldn't use this product. Upon receiving I read the ingredients and realized it includes Dimethicone. I believe silicones cause me to break out so this was a waste of money for me. The online list of ingredients DOES NOT include the full ingredient list so it's deceiving. There is a bunch of other chemicals in this product as well that are not included. This is the actual ingredient list I found on Walgreens: http://www.walgreens.com/store/c/beauty-without-cruelty-skin-renewal-lotion-with-8-aha-complex/ID=prod6066950-product

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