Isn't it time for a company with standards? Introducing PeaceKeeper Cause-Metics, a business built on a foundation that is slavery-free, fairly traded, animal-loving, and ethically and spiritually sound.

Nov 28, 2009 1:00 AM ET

(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) New York, NY - November 28, 2009 - Peacekeeper Cause-Metics is the first cosmetics line to give donations to women’s health advocacy and urgent human rights issues globally. Peacekeeper builds a bridge between extraordinary women in the land-of-plenty with extraordinary women who, just by chance of birth, don’t have our resources or opportunities.  

Here are the ideals that they pledge to uphold in their business practices:  

Slavery Free

Peacekeeper is building a slave-labor free company, so if we think there is any type of exploitation in hours, safety, healthcare, retirement, etc. we are gone.

They are consulting with to monitor this.

Fair Wages

Peacekeeper makes sure that the companies we are working with here and overseas pays a fair wage to their employees.  

Animal Loving

Peacekeeper does not use any products that have been tested on animals. We also provide vegan products for animal lovers who do not use carmine.  


Peacekeeper uses the Yamas and Niyamas, which come from Patanjali's Yoga Sutras, in its work. They refer to the concepts of exertion and rest and outline the ways in which a Yogi must find an ethical balance in his or her life. Patanjali says that if a person is truly established in the Yamas and Niyamas they gain powers.  

When a Yogi practices truthfulness, ultimately anything he or she says will come true. That's powerful! Or, if he or she practices non-stealing/non-hoarding people will feel so safe around him or her that they will reveal unimaginable secrets and treasures. When we are truly living in non-violence then no negative energy or “enemy” can harm us, in the same way Buddhist monks can safely walk through a battle-field. By establishing ourselves in the Yamas & Niyamas, we can face each day unaffected by the negativity in the world.  

The practice of truthfulness, non-violence and non-stealing enables a person to know where to step so as not to lose their reputation. It becomes clear to a practitioner that taking something that is not theirs will only weaken them of their fierce power of restraint and will ultimately decide not to make the choice that has toppled so many powerful men.  Practicing the Yamas and Niyamas will make people feel safe around you and promote greater fulfillment in all that you do. This is good for you and good for the world.  

To learn more about these and other ethical practices visit these websites – Fair Trade:; Eradication of slavery:; Animal friendly information: To learn more about Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra’s visit, and visit PeaceKeeper Cause-Metics at