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Colbie Caillat signs with animal and eco friendly Lily.B skincareColbie Caillat signs with animal and eco friendly Lily.B skincare

Colbie Caillat New Face of Eco and Animal Friendly Skincare

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Singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat is the new face of Lily.B skincare, an all-natural product line full of antioxidant-rich ingredients such as rose hips and red tea but happily free from animal cruelty or “parabens, sulfates, glycols, alcohol, PABA, synthetic fragrances or colors.”

Caillat, a longtime supporter of the Humane Society, told Rick Florino of Artist Direct, “I love that [Lily.B]’s not tested on animals. The bottle is eco-friendly too. Since I’m all about everything being organic, natural, and good for putting in or on your body, I thought it was a really great line to partner up with.”

Between touring, promoting natural skincare, and tweeting her love of veggie Mexican fast-food, the 27-year-old musician also finds time to spend with her rescued dogs, a Golden Retriever and a pint-sized pooch Caillat describes as “a little mutt” with a “cute furry face” who perks up the artist’s plane rides.

Sounding amazingly un-tired, the ‘Bubbly’ singer shares her enthusiasm for her advocacy work: “I love animals. I’m vegetarian. I don’t buy clothes with leather […] Teaching people about the importance of adopting animals and not supporting puppy mills by getting dogs from pet stores is so crucial to me. Factory farming is something I’d like to change as well.”

We’re on board!

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