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Gear Review: Yaoh Vegan Toiletries

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Whether it’s a short term fashion fad or the sign of a wider change in attitudes, there’s no doubt that veganism is on the increase, especially among those of us who enjoy the outdoors (Hello, Mrs Camping Ed!).

It’s not just food that this has an impact on – vegans want to know that other products they use aren’t exploiting animals too.

And to meet that ethical need, Bristol-based firm Yaoh has come up with a range of hemp-based, vegan toiletries that would go perfectly in your camping washbag.

The range includes a new SPF-25 sunblock, body butter, tasty-sounding lip balms, moisturiser, shampoo, shower gel and conditioner.

Of course, it’s all very well being vegan-friendly but the products wouldn’t be much use if they didn’t do the job they were designed for. Happily, that’s not the case here – all of these did exactly what it says on the tin (or, more accurately, the bottle).

The coconut and lime "flavour" shampoo has been a particular favourite on camping trips this year.

What makes these products even better, is that they are the sort of thing that snowflakes like Piers Morgan probably think are "PC gone mad". Anything that upsets him has to be a good thing in our book.

Expect to pay £2.95 - £11.99
yaoh.co.uk

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