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Here's a list from PETA with 21 Vegan beauty product brands that are 100% cruelty-free!
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This eco-friendly health and beauty company has been “on a green journey for 35 years” and has never tested its products on animals. You can shop through its online store.
Pacifica offers a full range of skin-care products, cosmetics, and perfume. We love the Kale Detox Deep Cleaning Face Wash.
Nature’s Gate sells personal-care products made from fruit and plant extracts, essential oils, and herbs. All of its products are free of parabens, sulfates, mineral oil, lanolin, petrolatum, and phthalates.
This company was founded in England in 1963, so it’s safe to say that it was at the forefront of the cruelty-free cosmetics movement. Beauty Without Cruelty offers a plethora of goods, including hair-care and -styling products, skin-care products, a full line of cosmetics, and even nail lacquers.
This brand is for the fellas, offering beard oil, pomade, shaving products, and more.
ColorProof takes care of color-treated hair with a full line of hair-care products, including those infused with baobab fruit from the African baobab tree.
Dedicated to supporting fair trade, sustainable resources, and cruelty-free principles since 1992, Body Crystal sells antiperspirants, aftershave, body splash, cleansers, and washcloths.
We’re in love with MuLondon Organic’s delicious-smelling moisturizers and cleansers.
In addition to animal-free cosmetics brushes, EcoTools also carries fake eyelashes, bath and spa products, and hair brushes.
If you are pregnant or have just given birth, you deserve a little pampering. Earth Mama Angel Baby has got you covered with natural bath products, lotions, and teas as well as moisturizing products for the little one.
Nanshy’s wide range of cruelty-free makeup tools should satisfy all of your brush, sponge, and accessory needs.
Bare Bones describes its skincare line as using “[i]ngredients you need. Nothing more, nothing less.” Every product, including deodorant, facial cleanser, and toner, includes only a few ingredients and is “[m]ade by a girl in her kitchen.”
13. The Fanciful Fox
This New York–based “soaperie” has it all: handmade bar soaps, shower and bath products, scrubs, facial cleansers, lip balms, and even products for men and babies.
14. Hugo Naturals
Hugo Naturals offers body and hair-care products, items for babies, and aromatherapy mists. Look for them at your local health-food store.
15. Le Labo
This perfume company offers scents for the body and home, in regular or travel sizes. Body products such as oil, shower gel, and lotion are also in its arsenal.
Nail wraps, lacquers, and treatments from NCLA will help make sure that your manicure is on point.
17. Per-fékt Beauty
This Hollywood, California–based beauty brand can help you achieve a glamorous look with its body, face, eye, and lip products.
18. Sibu Beauty
This company uses a fruit from the Tibetan Himalayas called sea buckthorn to formulate skin-care products that are high in omega 3, 6, 7, and 9 fatty acids.
19. skyn ICELAND
Founded by a former beauty-industry executive, skyn ICELAND uses ingredients from the Arctic—including glacial waters, botanicals, and marine elements—to create products that moisturize, clean, and heal stressed skin.
Sparitual offers several different skin-care lines to heal and restore your skin based on its specific needs as well as nail treatments and polish.
Geared toward teens and tweens, this adorable line features Yummy deodorant in a variety of delicious scents in addition to hair, skin, and other body products.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is the largest animal rights organization in the world, with more than 6.5 million members and supporters.
PETA focuses its attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of animals suffer the most intensely for the longest periods of time: in the food industry, in the clothing trade, in laboratories, and in the entertainment industry. We also work on a variety of other issues, including the cruel killing of rodents, birds, and other animals who are often considered “pests” as well as cruelty to domesticated animals.
PETA works through public education, cruelty investigations, research, animal rescue, legislation, special events, celebrity involvement, and protest campaigns.