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    had it yonks, will see if I can dig it out, then your welcome to it or I can look up the ISBN, problem is all my books (i have loads) are boxed up as waiting to find a nice bookcase, or commission one from a friend that makes them out of oak.

    Will look and see if i can find the name on the internet, hold on, apologises, by mistake I posted on your reply, instead of quoting earlier in the thread, but have deleted it.
    Hoping and praying

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    Hoping and praying

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    had it yonks, will see if I can dig it out, then your welcome to it or I can look up the ISBN, problem is all my books (i have loads) are boxed up as waiting to find a nice bookcase, or commission one from a friend that makes them out of oak.

    Will look and see if i can find the name on the internet, hold on, apologises, by mistake I posted on your reply, instead of quoting earlier in the thread, but have deleted it.
    hehe I always do that as well - so easy to click edit instead of quote!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    Cheers Mav - will check it out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    I have this and its fab, put me off buying Nestle products, I have a book that tells you all the main companies eco credentials, who is who is not good to buy from fab.
    What is the issue with Nestle? I must have missed this in the shopping guide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M3chanical_animal View Post
    Wow - some great info there Angel - thanks so much!

    I'm going to make this a sticky to help anyone else out thats concerned re Animal Testing.
    My first sticky, wow, thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angel View Post
    My first sticky, wow, thanks
    Well deserved Angel
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    My Compassionate Shopping Guide turned up today - been spending ages going through it - its brill! Loads of info in there!
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    I have replaced Simple handwash with a handwash from Green People. The handwash is actually really nice to use. I have eczma on my hands, and I think this is a good choice for those with sensitive skin. I also found that Green People do not charge for delivery on your first order.

    I am hoping to replace Clarins with Dermalogica, I have been given some samples from a local beautician to try, although I do still have plenty of Clarins to use before replacing them with new skincare products.

    DH will be trying the King of Shaves products.

    I will be using household products from the tesco naturally range. Dripak products are also a good option for cruelty free household products, and I have found out from dripak that they pack the dishwasher salt and limescale preventer powder (for washing machines) for tesco.

    DH currently uses sensodyne toothpaste, can anyone suggest a good cruelty free alternative?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angel View Post
    I have replaced Simple handwash with a handwash from Green People. The handwash is actually really nice to use. I have eczma on my hands, and I think this is a good choice for those with sensitive skin. I also found that Green People do not charge for delivery on your first order.

    I am hoping to replace Clarins with Dermalogica, I have been given some samples from a local beautician to try, although I do still have plenty of Clarins to use before replacing them with new skincare products.

    DH will be trying the King of Shaves products.

    I will be using household products from the tesco naturally range. Dripak products are also a good option for cruelty free household products, and I have found out from dripak that they pack the dishwasher salt and limescale preventer powder (for washing machines) for tesco.

    DH currently uses sensodyne toothpaste, can anyone suggest a good cruelty free alternative?
    Hey Angel - seems like it going really well

    We use the Tesco Household cleaning natural range - cruelty free and they are really good / smell nice.

    Re the toothpast - do you have a Lush locally? They do their own fruity flavour toothpaste - is actually quite nice!
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