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Wishlist Wednesday: Percy & Reed Perfectly Perfecting Wonder Balm

Percy & Reed Perfectly Perfecting Wonder Balm

On our wishlist this week is the Perfectly Perfecting Wonder Balm by Percy & Reed.

Sometimes, a wonder balm is all your hair needs and this lovely leave-in balm by Percy & Reed sounds, well, perfect. 

Perfectly Perfecting Wonder Balm is a lightweight balm that can be used as a primer for other styling products to give more hold and give you longer lasting results, or as a finishing touch to give your hair that extra bit of TLC.

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2 thoughts on “Wishlist Wednesday: Percy & Reed Perfectly Perfecting Wonder Balm

  1. Really wonderful idea, but I do have a question, how do you know when a product is cruelty free if the product itself does not display this anywhere?

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    • That’s a good question, Sandy. There are actually several ways to find out 🙂

      Products often have a cruelty free bunny logo on the label from organizations such as PETA, Leaping Bunny, or Choose Cruelty Free. Such a logo is only given to certified ‘cruelty-free’ companies that don’t test on animals during any stage of product development.

      However, if the product or brand your considering is not on the Leaping Bunny List, PETA’s approved list, or a similar list, you can contact the company through their website – you can sometimes find the answer in the FAQ or ‘About Us’ section, if not, email them.

      We will try to do a post about this topic, but in the meanwhile, we hope you find this answer helpful 🙂

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