A beautiful, and great-smelling, bar of soap can add so much joy to a bathroom or kitchen. We love having vegan and cruelty-free bar soaps in our soap dishes so much that, sometimes, we take up to 20 minutes examining the selection of aromatic and gorgeous bars in our local health store just to pick out the most perfect one.
Usually, we find a handful of soaps that we could easily buy on the spot. So, we’ve found that what works best for us is simply choosing one that calls to us, either because of the scent or color (moisturizing ingredients). Then, we enjoy that bar until it’s a little sliver that we can’t handle anymore and set out to purchase another amazing one.
If you love buying soap bars as much as we do, consider purchasing vegan and cruelty-free options from the following companies the next time you’re in need.
LUSH bar soaps are handmade with fresh, organic, and good-for-you ingredients. Many of them have yummy fruit and veggie bits, and oils, inside to keep your skin hydrated and looking its best. Some LUSH bars are even formulated with beneficial plant ingredients like seaweed, oats, and ginger. Not all LUSH bar soaps are vegan though, unfortunately, so make sure you check the ingredients when you’re buying your soap in a LUSH store or on the company’s website.
Kiss My Face
Kiss My Face bar soaps come in many classic fragrances, they incorporate some incredible traditional soap additives like flower petals, and they’re super long lasting. We love Kiss My Face soaps because of their all-natural formulation and because they’re cheap. For just a few bucks, you can pick up soothing soap bars in chamomile, lavender, green tea, and other lovely essences.
Clearly Natural’s all-natural vegetable glycerin soaps come in a range of colors, scents, and formulas. You can even buy an unscented bar soap from Clearly Natural that’s great for sensitive, or acne-prone, skin. Clearly Natural’s soaps are also inexpensive. Most bars can be had for less than $2.
In addition to these vegan and cruelty-free soap bars, we love selections from Dr. Bronners, The Body Shop, Sailor Mouth Soaps, and A Wild Soap Bar.
Do you have a favorite vegan and cruelty-free bar soap? If so, we’d love to hear about it in the comments below.