Today’s show will rock your world of vegan skincare and beauty products, while at the same time fulfilling your daily quota for near-psychedelic experiences.
We’ll start by hearing from David Bronner, a fifth-generation soapmaker and grandson of Emanuel Bronner, the infamous man who launched the socially and environmentally responsible soap company known as Dr. Bronner’s. You won’t want to miss David’s views on responsible business practices and, of course, those aforementioned psychedelics.
Then, we’ll be joined by Our Hen House’s very own Outreach Manager Danielle Legg, who will give us her take on six animal-friendly beauty products that she received in the Vegan Cuts Beauty Box.
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