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If You Have Mature Skin, You’ll Love Boom! Their Products Are Vegetarian, Cruelty-Free, And Great For Women of All Generations!
Sageworks Organics Manufactures a Stellar Line of Vegetarian, Cruelty-Free Body Care Products For Your Every Need
Little Seed Farm: Incredibly Fresh Vegetarian, Cruelty-Free Products From a Family Farm in Tennessee!
Cheryl’s Herbs Is a Small But Mighty Herbal Company Serving Up Fabulous Vegetarian Body Care Products
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Silver Falls Sustainability Company: Top-Notch, Mostly Vegan Body Care Products With Almost Zero Waste!
You Have to Love a Body Care Company With a Name Like Meow Meow Tweet, Especially When Everything is Vegan!
Renpure is a Vegan Drugstore and Department Store Line That Will Cleanse Your Body But Not Clean Out Your Wallet!
Jason turns 60 this year! There's a reason for the company's endurance -- they make a huge variety of luxurious, vegetarian body care products with high-quality ingredients that are never tested on animals. The word "Jason" means "healer" in Greek. The company's founders, disenchanted with the chemical-laden products manufactured by larger companies, set out to create offerings that would nourish the body. Their line is free from parabens, phthalates, sulfates, and artificial colors. Most of the products are vegan, with the exception of beeswax which they source in a manner that does not impact the welfare of the bees. Continue reading [...]
Small, family-owned body care companies have come on strong during the past few years, and for good reason. Their products are fresh and aesthetically appealing. The companies are often more responsive to customers' needs than larger companies are capable of being. We recently discovered Lemon Buzzz Soap, a Pacific Northwest-based company that handcrafts its products in small batches. Continue reading [...]
Himalaya Botanique is one of those rare companies that is devoted to your entire being. They believe that wellness comes from within, so they start there, and radiate outward to the rest of your body. The company has been in existence since 1930, manufacturing vitamins, herbal supplements, toothpaste, body balms, facial washes, and just about everything else you need to have radian health. Continue reading [...]
If someone on your holiday gift list is an aficionado of vegan body care products, you’ll want to purchase the purest offerings you can afford. Fortunately, the popularity of natural, cruelty-free body care lines has led to a dramatic increase in high-quality products. Here is a handy list of four gift ideas for your discerning friend or family member. You can thank us later.
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Sukin is a company that has built its reputation upon quality. This Australian-based outfit is a winner on every level. Every single one of their products is vegan. They don't use beeswax or lanolin, and don't sell to brick-and-mortar stores in China. Chinese law requires animal testing for every body care product sold in their physical locations, but this law does not apply to online sales. Continue reading [...]
Sometimes a product line comes along that is so luxurious, you want to buy everything on their website. Sibu is one such company. All of their products are vegan, with the sole exception of their healing balm stick, which contains beeswax. The founders, Bruce and Jean McMullin, traveled extensively in India and discovered the sea buckthorn berry, otherwise known as the “Holy Fruit of the Himalayas.” The plant grows wild at 12,000 ft elevations, due to the rich soil and low oxygen levels. Its bright-orange berries captivated the founders, due to the berries' medicinal properties and ability to address a host of conditions/ailments.
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Handmade products have a certain quality about them that is irresistible -- fresh, organic, fragrant, and sensual. Soapgirl Soaps look almost good enough to eat. This vegetarian company uses locally sourced ingredients that are never tested on animals. Many of the products are vegan, but goat's milk and honey are used in a few of the soaps, so be sure to check labels if you're following a vegan lifestyle.
All-vegan body care lines have become increasingly popular over the past few years, and we're delighted by this trend. It's no longer necessary to get your cruelty-free shampoo, lotion, and conditioner from the bulk jug at your local co-op. You can purchase high-quality products from a variety of companies, and their numbers are growing larger every day. Continue reading [...]
Every now and then, a line comes along which offers luxurious products that smell so fresh, you'd swear they were made yesterday by a local outlet. Soprano Labs is one such company. Based in New York City, Soprano Labs is a two-person operation, run by Inna Los and her husband Vlad. Its plethora of offerings is 100 percent vegan, gluten-free, and free from phthalates, parabens, mineral oils, and petroleum. Products are lovingly made in small batches, and none of the ingredients are ever tested on animals. Continue reading [...]
If you shop at a health food store or co-op, you've noticed Avalon's products on the shelves. They're colorful and ubiquitous, packaged inside alluring bottles of various shapes and sizes. However, you may not realize that Avalon is a vegetarian, cruelty-free company. In fact, most of their products are vegan, with the exception of their four lip balms. They contain beeswax that is obtained with minimal disruption to beehives. The company is proud of the fact that their products do not contain any products that have been cruelly obtained. Continue reading [...]
You may have seen these companies’ products on your shelves for years, or they might be completely new to you. Either way, our small list of 100% vegan body care lines is sure to impress. You can purchase items from any of these companies, knowing that you’re helping to support ethical treatment of animals. Many ingredients are organic, some are locally sourced, and several of the companies give back generously to their communities.
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If you're searching for a luxurious, cruelty-free line for your hair, you don't need to look any further than Living Proof! This high-end haircare company manufactures vegetarian products to cleanse your tresses. Their offerings deliver body without sacrificing animals in the process. Continue reading [...]
Get ready to be wowed, and wow others in the process. Inika Organics is a luxurious all-vegan line that will enhance your glow and allow you to shine, all while preserving the sanctity of your animal friends. Inika is an Australian-owned, cruelty-free, certified organic line. They never use harmful chemicals or fillers, and have been awarded one of the world's highest safety ratings by the EWG (Environmental Working Group) and the Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database. Continue reading [...]
Hourglass Cosmetics talks a good game. On their website, www.hourglasscosmetics.com, they tout their products as being all vegetarian and/or vegan. They assert that their offerings are cruelty-free, and mention this on the site, as well. In fact, Hourglass received special certification from PETA, claiming that their company neither tests on animals nor authorizes any third parties to do so on their behalf. Continue reading [...]
WBC's motto is "Get Dirty, We've Got the Soap!" and they aren't lying. This one-woman, Idaho-based operation manufactures nearly two dozen types of soap, as well as lotion, body butter, an impressive array of bath bombs, and an exclusive men's line. It's a vegetarian, cruelty-free company that delivers the goods on a number of levels. If you're in need of some soaking luxury, WBC has you covered. Continue reading [...]
Do you appreciate companies that have a proven record of excellence? Shikai is closing in on its sixth decade of operation, and the company shows no sign of slowing down. This Sonoma County, California-based company manufactures body care products that utilize vegan, mostly organic ingredients. While exploring ayurvedic ingredients for his new line, founder Dennis Sepp, discovered the beneficial effects of shikakai flower. The traditional Indian herb is often used for cleansing hair, so Sepp decided to use it as a base in his shampoos. Continue reading [...]
You've undoubtedly seen Aveda's bottles at your favorite salon, and most likely have coveted a few of their products from the comfort of your stylist's chair. However, it's so much easier to order directly from the company's website, and you won't have to wait until the next time you have a hair appointment. Aveda's products are 100% vegan, and they recently stopped using ingredients from countries (such as China) that require animal testing. Continue reading [...]
If you're looking for a body care company that is vegan, cruelty-free and dedicated to the stewardship of each individual on our planet, you don't need to search any further than SoapBox Soaps. These folks are passionate about product quality and determined to give back generously to the global community. Every time you buy a product from SoapBox, the company gives a bar of soap to somebody in need. This includes people in homeless shelters, folks in underdeveloped countries, etc. As of this writing, in September, 2018, Soapbox has donated nearly three million bars. Continue reading [...]
Epic Suds proves that high-quality body care products don't have to come from corporations. In fact, the freshest offerings can come from family-owned companies. If you like to support small businesses, Epic Suds delivers the goods. The founder, Traci, began the company with a personal mission: to discover ways to help her son with his ADHD. She wanted to avoid pharmaceuticals, which often have unpleasant side effects. Traci hit the jackpot with lavender essential oil, and continued innovating from there. Using lavender oil as a base, she began to craft a line of soaps, aimed at folks who want natural, vegetarian products. Continue reading [...]
Andalou is your go-to company for just about everything -- shampoos, conditioners, facial masks and moisturizers, deodorants, and much more. It was founded by the same people who created Beauty Without Cruelty in 1989,(the US's first certified cruelty-free product line), Avalon Organics (the US's first certified organic personal care line) in 1999, and a host of other companies. Andalou Naturals is the nation's first Non-GMO product verified beauty brand. Continue reading [...]
Tom's of Maine will turn 50 in 2020. You've undoubtedly seen their ubiquitous products on the shelves of your local supermarket, perhaps for many years. You may have purchased a tube of their toothpaste, or several. Lots of people have enjoyed Tom's products, without knowing that they have always been vegetarian, cruelty-free, and manufactured without the use of artificial colors, flavors, fragrance, or preservatives. Though the company was acquired by Colgate/Palmolive in 2006, it remains true to its organic roots. Continue reading [...]
Frequently, folks feel baffled by the terms “vegan”, “vegetarian”, and “cruelty-free.” Many people use the words interchangeably, not really understanding the designations. The term “cruelty-free” is even more confusing. Is taking milk from a cow cruel? How about honey from a beehive?
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Alaffia is a great choice for folks who want economy, ethnic diversity, and positive social change to be part of their body care regimen. The company's products utilize all-vegetarian ingredients, and do not test on animals. In addition, their commitment to social justice is unparalleled in the beauty care industry. Continue reading [...]
Holistic self-care shouldn't cost a fortune. If you're looking for high-quality, economical vegan body care products, Nature's Gate delivers the goods. The company manufactures a wide array of personal care items, running the gamut from hand soap to toothpaste. Continue reading [...]
Often, folks shy away from purchasing organic vegetarian, cruelty-free products because of the prohibitive cost. It's exciting to discover a high-quality line whose offerings won't cause you to go into debt while you're trying to be clean, ethically responsible, and healthy. For this reason, we were thrilled to discover Desert Essence. Continue reading [...]
If you've been paying attention to the news, you may have noticed an uptick in body care products manufactured with the addition of CBD oils. CBD is derived from the hemp plant, but contains no THC. The result is a high-quality. organic offering, free from intoxicating effects, yet soothing and medicinal. Full Moon Rising mixes CBD oil with arnica to create an elixir that sinks into sore muscles, gently easing aches and pains and promoting an overall sense of well-being. Continue reading [...]
If you are a connoisseur of body care products, like we are, you've undoubtedly encountered EO (short for "everyone") in the aisles of your favorite co-op or specialty store. However, if you don't want to hunt for the products, you can find all of them on their lovely website, www.eoproducts.com. Continue reading [...]
Pacifica Body Care Products are 100 percent vegan, cruelty-free, and made with the highest standards of quality. Truly a premium line. Continue reading [...]
Two of the best things about body care products are: 1) There are so many to choose from, and 2) They don't all come from large corporations. In fact, some of the best products are handcrafted by small companies like Sage Stone Botanicals. Continue reading [...]
If you've ever stood in the shower, gazing at a bottle of Dr. Bronner's soap, you've noticed the flashy label, replete with slogans imploring you to remember that all of us are one. The company was founded in 1948 by Emanuel Bronner to help spread the message that we must all realize our unity. Continue reading [...]
If you are the sort of person who likes a venerable skincare line with nearly 40 years experience, Alba Botanica is for you! The company was founded in 1979 to create an earth-friendly brand, free from animal testing. Continue reading [...]
Sometimes the best goods come from small companies, since the owners are able to give each product the individual attention it deserves. Fox Island Trading Company makes everything from scratch, hand-stirred in small batches at their location on a tiny island in Washington State. They locally source their ingredients, even growing some of the herbs on their own, organic land. Though Fox Island does offer vegan items, they include honey and beeswax in several of their formulas, produced on-site in Continue reading [...]
The Pacha Soap line is wonderfully diverse, offering a variety of cleansing products that range from bar soaps to froth bombs. The company's founders visited Peru and experienced a "lightbulb moment." They noticed that the Peruvian people had a deep connection to the earth, yet had little access to clean water or jobs that paid a living wage. This inspired the CEO to develop a product that would generate money for underserved communities. Every purchase of Pacha helps fuel clean water initiatives Continue reading [...]
Are you looking for a cruetly-free, vegan body care line that is gentle on your skin but won't empty your wallet? If so, Acure is for you! The company's products are attractively packaged in sutrdy white containers, and their no-nonsense website, www.acureorganics.com showcases their products in a manner that makes them a snap to view and purchase.
We love this line. The products are mild enough to use every day, and they smell terrific! One of our favorites is the Curiously Clarifying Lemongrass Continue reading [...]
Are you the sort of person who appreciates time-tested skin care products that are gentle on the skin and the environment? Arbonne is a classic, natural skin-care line that has existed for 38 years. Though we first became aware of the pioneering company in 1995, it was founded in 1980 to promote vegan, botanical, cruelty-free cosmetics. The company offers products that appeal to every age and/or skin type. It boasts recyclable packaging, including shipping boxes, uses soy inks, and utilizes 67 percent Continue reading [...]
The coconut has been called a miracle food, not only for the body when taken internally, but for the skin. This beautiful tree nut is hydrating and nourishing, and it’s an ideal natural and vegan ingredient for a home-made face mask.
A few months ago one of our team members was browsing Amazon for a new vitamin C serum and Eva Naturals’ C+ serum caught her eye. The design of the label is pretty and elegant, and Eva Naturals is a vegetarian and cruelty-free brand. This product is vegan. Continue reading [...]
It’s that time of year when pumpkin everything is everywhere, and we love it! As we’re buying our first vegan pumpkin spice nog of the season and making homemade vegan pumpkin spice lattes, we’re dreaming of decadent cruelty-free beauty products! Continue reading [...]
Women in Morocco have used argan oil in their daily beauty regime for years and this luxurious moisturizing oil is sold in all of the popular markets in Provence, next to fresh lavender blossoms and rich olive oils. American women are just beginning to know the healing properties of argan oil and they’re finding out all of the ways Mother Nature provides for our care with the naturally cruelty-free beauty product.
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Ready for this week’s top vegan beauty products? There are dozens and dozens of vegan and cruelty-free products we love, so it’s really hard to find top ones or “best” ones. But, every week we like to share some of our favorites with you, and this time we’ve chosen a few amazing products that are kind to animals and to people (they’re made with natural, soothing, and healing ingredients). Continue reading [...]
If you’re looking for a face lotion that will keep you skin super moisturized, so that it feels great and looks amazing, try Derma E’s Anti-Wrinkle Vitamin A Retinyl Palmitate Crème. This cruelty-free facial crème is thick and hydrating, so it keeps skin supple and it minimizes wrinkles associated with dry skin. It’s perfect in it’s formulation, however. The thickness of the crème is soothing and nourishing, it doesn’t make the face feel greasy or oily.
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Looking for a vegan skin care product to help you get smoother, brighter, and more even-toned skin? Consider Iris Moreau’s Precious Rose Serum. Continue reading [...]
All of the posts on this blog focus on vegan and cruelty-free skincare, but we always try to find natural and organic skincare products to share with you too. We love taking care of animals and keeping them safe, and we want to help you keep yourself healthy by telling you about gentle cleansers, moisturizers, and the like that you can put on your skin.
Today we want to talk to you about EcoBella, a vegan and cruelty-free brand that makes a range of natural products. In particular, though, we want to rave about EcoBella’s Leave-On Invisible Exfoliant and Blemish Remedy. This 100% cruelty-free blemish treatment contains powerful, certified organic ingredients that help you banish pimples and keep your face in healthy condition so that they don’t come back. And, it helps animals stay safe, because there is no testing done whatsoever on this product. Continue reading [...]
One of the best vegan lotions we’ve come across lately is a luxurious coconut hand and body lotion from Ladybug Jane, a vegan brand that offers quite a few beautiful lotion varieties as well as a great range of fun lip balms.
Ladybug Jane’s Coconut Luxury Hyaluronic Acid Lotion was on sample at our local Whole Foods Market, and with one test pump and application, we were hooked. This price for the lotion was higher than some of the other vegan lotions at Whole Foods, but we thought the purchase was worth it for many reasons. The lotion’s scent was fabulous, light and refreshing, and the formula was one of the most moisturizing we’ve felt. We only needed a little product to cover both of our hands, on top and the palms, and we instantly noticed a difference in the softness of our skin. Hydration lasted for hours. Continue reading [...]
If you love finding new vegan beauty products, check out the list below of some of our favorites. We’re hoping that you’ll discover a facial wipe, wrinkle reducer cream, or moisturizer that will become a go-to for you or at least a product that you enjoy using once in a while. Continue reading [...]
Sunday Riley Juno creates natural, vegan, and cruelty free serums for the face that are healing and great for general skin wellness. The products are crafted with potent blends of plant extracts and essences to give your face the nourishment it needs to cure conditions or look radiant.
Whether you have dry, oily, normal, or combination skin, you can benefit from the vitamin and nutrient-rich oils from Sunday Riley Juno. The following is one of our favorite Sunday Riley products, so consider this hydrating and repairing oil if you suffer from wrinkles or even eczema. Continue reading [...]
We’ve tried a lot of vegan facial cleansers and we’ve loved quite a bit of them. But, some of the products stand out for us as superior to the others. Often it’s because of the scent and sometimes it’s because of the texture of the cleanser. Once in a while, we come across a face soap that foams up nicely, and one that leaves our skin feeling super clean and hydrated.
We love milky (not animal milk, no way!) cleansers and foaming gel cleansers alike, so our favorites include both of these types of products. If you’re looking for a great vegan, and cruelty-free, cleanser for your face, we think you might want to checkout the following products: Continue reading [...]
Want to give your face a beautiful and youthful glow? You can get the radiance you want by using a face scrub a few times each week. There are dozens of great vegan face scrubs on the market, all of which work amazingly and smell sensational. So, it’s easy to get a hold of one and exfoliating your way to new and stunning skin. To make things easy for you, we’ve made a list of some of our favorites vegan and cruelty-free scrubs for the face. All of the products on our list are 100% natural too, and they’re all available online. Continue reading [...]
Natralia Skincare is a vegan and cruelty-free skincare brand that focuses on efficiency and innovation. Each product in the Natralia line is a result of exhaustive research that stresses high quality, pharmaceutical-grade ingredients as well as the way science can work with nature to keep our skin healthy.
Testing of raw materials in all Natralia products is rigorous, so that the line can always deliver benefits the consumer needs. But, testing is never done on animals and we’re thankful for that. Continue reading [...]
Skyn ICELAND is one of the vegan beauty brands we’ve newly discovered. This brand is on a mission, it says, to “treat and alleviate the effects of stress on the skin while promoting a stress-free life full of balance, health, and wellness.”
We love this. This is what we are hoping for in our lives, and we wish the same for you. So, we’re thrilled to be able to try, and share, these healthy, and vegan, beauty products.
We’re grateful that Skyn ICELAND wants to take care of human health while also keeping animals safe. This is a noble goal, we invite you to learn more about the company and support it in its mission. Continue reading [...]
We love handmade beauty products. And, we especially love vegan and cruelty-free handmade-types of beauty products that are produced on a large enough scale that tons of people can enjoy them.
We recently found such a brand. We discovered Lulu & Boo, a company that crafts artisan-quality beauty items and sells them online so that everyone can have access to them. Continue reading [...]
For mamas out there who want to find vegan, and cruelty-free, products that will help their skin in a variety of mom-related situations, we suggest checking out The Spoiled Mama. This vegan and cruelty-free skincare brand offers a line of products designed to prevent and lighten stretch marks, help soothe skin while breastfeeding, and generally allow moms a bit of comfort post-baby. Continue reading [...]
Zweena Argan Beauty Elixirs of Morocco sells extra-special vegan facial serums that we think you’ll want to try. These natural face oils are super nourishing, and they’re perfect for revitalizing tired-looking skin. Continue reading [...]
Acure Organics is a great beauty brand. It offers cruelty-free goodies for the face and the body (with just a few made of honey, so avoid those if you like) to help you with most of your beauty needs Continue reading [...]
Have you ever used rosehip oil as a beauty product? We have and we love it. Rosehip oil is a moisturizing, amazing-smelling natural essential oil that can be an effective part of any beauty routine. It contributes needed hydration and suppleness to the face and body, and now it’s available in a line of vegan and cruelty-free skincare products from Trilogy. Continue reading [...]
If you’re in need of an ultra-hydrating facial moisturizer, we have some recommendations for you. We find that sometimes our face feels dryer than usual and that it could really use a moisturizer with extra hydrating power. We know some friends and family members who suffer from dry skin now and then too, sometimes on a continual basis. We’re sure they would love a product that offered some relief, and we thought you might too. Continue reading [...]
Does the winter weather have your lips in a perpetual state of dryness? It’s been doing numbers on our lips, which is why we looked for some super-moisturizing vegan lip balms to keep in our purse (or pocket) throughout the season.
It’s no fun to have chapped lips. Especially when you’re trying to look pretty (with a nice vegan lipstick) at a holiday party or when you’re thinking about giving your sweetie a holiday smooch. Lips should be soft and supple and kissable. They shouldn’t hurt, and they shouldn’t be cracked and flaky. Continue reading [...]
If you don't know about Chagrin Valley Soap & Salve Company, you really should. This vegan beauty products company sells handcrafted, healing, nurturing, and absolutely gorgeous products for the body, face, and hair. All products are good for you, animals, and the planet. We love what Chagrin Valley Soap & Salve Company is whipping up, and we think you will too. Continue reading [...]
For people who suffer from acne, finding the right product to keep pimples under control is a top priority. But, many of these people, like you, make keeping animals safe a priority too.
Thankfully, if you have acne you can get the relief you need without buying a product that contains animal ingredients, or harms animals. There are dozens of vegan and cruelty-free acne cleansers, astringents, and lotions that will help your skin and help animals keep their lives. Continue reading [...]
Even though it’s sometimes challenging to find vegan beauty products, we’re thrilled with the effort that many retailers are making to stock more vegan fragrances, cleansers, makeup, and other items for the skin. In particular, we love that Target now offers a fair amount of vegan beauty products, which means that we can get affordable things we need without having to wait for them to arrive in the mail. Continue reading [...]
Tao Vegan Skin Care products are toxin-free and on the cutting edge of the industry. They’re cruelty-free products that come from a company founded by estheticians, so you can feel confident that they work.
Tao is a vegan skincare company that we think you might want to check out for its line of cleansers, moisturizers, masks, eye creams, and more. Continue reading [...]
It’s always exciting to find natural, vegan, and safe skin products that work. We found such a product recently and wanted to share our discovery with you. We came across Hylunia Skin Care, a line of vegan skin care products that are great for all ages and skin types.
Hylunia Skin Care is a vegan skin care line that offers luxurious formulations with proven results. It’s a collection of products that are based on science, but manufactured with the health of people, the planet, and animals in mind. Continue reading [...]
Sevani Botanica is a vegan skin care company that takes a traditional approach to beauty. But, it embraces the power of cutting-edge cosmeceautical-grade ingredients to visibly repair, protect, and prevent damage to skin.
The ingredients in Sevani Botanica formulations are high-potency, organic, and rare nutrients and Ayervedic botanicals that have been carefully selected for their restorative properties. The entire line is made to deliver radiance to the skin, make it even toned, offer firmness, and help it stay young looking. Continue reading [...]
Ocean. Sun. Earth. Atmosphere. This is what drives OSEA, a vegan and cruelty-free skincare line that respects the 4 elements of nature and their ability to bring us health and healing. Continue reading [...]
If you check the ingredient in every skin care product you buy, to be sure they’re natural, you might want to look at the NYL line. NYL vegan natural skin care products are 100% natural, not partially natural or made with just one natural ingredient.
It can be difficult to determine what is a natural product and what’s not these days, because there is no regulation of the world “natural” when it comes to beauty products. Continue reading [...]
We love shopping for vegan skin care products on Etsy because there are so many good ones. In fact, one of the skin care product brands we recently found on Etsy is called Just the Goods. It’s a handmade, natural, and affordable line of cruelty-free products that includes goodies for the skin, body, and hair. Continue reading [...]
Kim Borio, a high-profile celebrity makeup artist and skin care specialist, made a career for herself out of giving everyday faces glamorous, camera-ready looks. While she worked, she’d ask the stars what they put on their skin.
Many of them told her they used petroleum-based products, which is what celebrities had been doing for years. Kim wanted to create something different. She wanted to offer a product that was petroleum-free, made with natural and organic ingredients, and gentle. It also had to be vegan. Continue reading [...]
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We recently went on a search for vegan skin care brands that you don’t find at most stores. We wanted to discover a cruelty-free company that was making amazing products that people might not know about. We found one to share with you.
Au Naturel Botanicals Aromatherapy Vegan Skin Care is a vegan skincare brand that sells products based on the tenats of aromatherapy. It uses powerful therapeutic essential oils, pure plant and nut oils, and organic herbal extracts to promote skin healing and wellbeing. Continue reading [...]
If you want to experience luxury, natural, and cruelty-free hair and skin care, try Athar’a Pure Exotic Skin Essentials products. Athar’a Pure Exotic Skin Essentials makes 100% vegan, organic, natural, and cruelty-free products that are beautiful, nourishing, and indulgent. They’re also paraben, synthetic, and toxin free. And, inspired by Ayurveda. Continue reading [...]
Grateful Body is pure, organic skin care infused with the life force of nature. It’s a vegan and cruelty free skin care line that offers health, energy, and vitality for the face and body, which certainly makes us grateful for these beautiful products.
Grateful Body products are formulated in a time-honored way, giving skin exactly what it needs in partnership with the laws of nature. Continue reading [...]
“Guided by nature… driven by science.” That’s DeVita Natural Skin Care. This skin care line is an advanced, certified organic, aloe vera-based line of products that’s also vegan and cruelty free. It offers the most cutting-edge results for any type of skin, driven by powerful ingredients like Hyaluronic acid, DMAE, and Pentapeptides.
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Simplicité luxury all-natural skin care has so many glowing reviews that thought we should check it out. We found that the 3 main philosophies the company commits to are beliefs that we’re feel strongly about too.
Simplicité skin care regards nutrients and antioxidants as the only source of truly beautiful and healthy skin. We tend to agree that nature knows just what’s required for gentle beauty and health.
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Does a city dweller have special skin care needs? Stark Skin Care says so. Stark Skin Care has formulated a line of natural, vegan, and cruelty-free products especially for people challenged by city living. Continue reading [...]
Are you looking for clinically proven skin care that’s vegan and cruelty free? Take a look at Fiafini.
Fiafini is a brand that harnesses the power of antioxidants to deliver anti-aging benefits for the skin. It uses South African Marula beauty oil as a base for effective products that are safe, luxurious, and kind to animals. Continue reading [...]
How would you like to receive a box of beautiful, luxurious, vegan and cruelty-free beauty products on a regular basis? All products would be vetted for quality and ethical manufacturing. And, they would be some of the hottest, prettiest, and most nourishing products that you and your skin would ever see?
This can be your reality when you sign up for a Petit Vour Beauty Box subscription. Want to know more? We thought you would. Continue reading [...]
Many people turn to e.l.f. (which stands for eyes, lips, face) cosmetics for natural, cruelty-free beauty. The brand is wildly popular with those who want brilliantly colored products for the eyes, face, and lips at a cheap price point. And, it’s a go-to company for vegans looking for high-end, effective skin care products for a bargain.
If you haven’t used e.l.f. cosmetics yet, read on to find out more about this top vegan beauty brand and then pick a few products to try. We think you’ll love what you find and how your skin looks, and feels, when wearing e.l.f. Continue reading [...]
Who better to put out a cruelty-free beauty product than a family of happy vegetarians? This is the group of animal-loving people behind Thesis Beauty, a vegan brand that is also certified organic and eco-friendly.
Thesis Beauty makes beautiful products that actually work to help you get healthy skin and hair. Each Thesis Beauty product contains active and functional ingredients, none of which are synthetic, to nourish skin and hair. All products are crafted to leave you looking stunning and glowing. Continue reading [...]
You can be pretty sure that a company loves animals if it calls itself Meow Meow Tweet. And, if it puts cute pictures of kitties and feathered friends on its product labels. Oh, and photos of other furry friends too.
And, if it shows all of these animals joyfully playing together, getting along like everyone on earth should.
We love the whimsical nature, with a serious message, that’s displayed all over the Meow Meow Tweet packaging. We adore how precious little creatures are depicted just meowing and tweeting around, without a care in the world, because that’s what we wish for animal and bird friends.
Meow Meow Tweet’s stance on veganism and kindness to animals is clear the minute you look at the brand’s soaps as well as its body care, facial care, and baby products. The drawings and text on the products invite you to join a happy, pro-animal movement that could be the norm in the world if we consumers have anything to do with it. Continue reading [...]
Looking for a vegan beauty brand that reflects your passion for sustainability and healthy living? Try KORA Organics.
KORA Organics is a 100% cruelty-free beauty company that combines the best organic ingredients with ethical manufacturing. It serves a way for people like you to get their hands on awesome, natural and organic products for the body and the face. And, it works as a platform to raise awareness about the importance of living a healthy, organic lifestyle while being kind to the earth and animals. Continue reading [...]
It’s a good day today! We found another company selling products that are good to animals and good for people. You probably know already that we’re all about pushing skin and body care products that are vegan and cruelty free. But, you may not know that we take great effort to find products that don’t cause harm to anyone, including humans. This is why we wholeheartedly support natural cosmetics and beauty companies like Honeybee Gardens.
Honeybee Gardens provides makeup, lip care, toner, powder, soap, and even beauty tools that are safe for animals and for people. They’re made with natural, plant-based ingredients that are PETA certified and easy to pronounce.
All Honeybee Gardens products have bean reviewed by the Environmental Working Group and have a score of 2 or lower. Honeybee Gardens is Feingold certified as well. This company is one that we think you might want to check out for all of your daily beauty needs. Continue reading [...]
We love when we find small companies that take on big agendas, like keeping animals safe and committing to crafting only vegan products. We recently discovered such a company. We came across Soapy Soap Company, a (you guess it) soap company that creates 100% cruelty-free, all-natural soaps from scratch.
Soapy Soap Company doesn’t purchase a soap base to make its soap bars from. The company manufactures all of its products by hand, in small batches, so it can control the quality of ingredients and the ethical nature by which the soaps are made.
Want to hear more about Soapy Soap Company? We thought you would. Here’s what’s fantastic about this cruelty-free skin care company and how you can get some of Soapy Soap Company’s great products. Continue reading [...]
Wondering how to keep your beard soft and sexy, without harming animals? What? Don’t have a beard? Do you know someone who has a beard and wants it to stay smooth and silky?
Maybe you know a man who has a beard, and you’re the one who wishes it were a little more velvety and less prickly.
For most situations involving beards, we’ve got a solution. One, of course, that keeps animals safe and free from any involvement with beards. Because, they shouldn’t have anything to do with beards, unless they’re goats.
We’ve got some recommendations for vegan and cruelty-free beard oils and beard care products that keep beards looking great and feeling amazing. These beard products are perfect for all kinds of beards: barely there beards, really there lumberjack beards, and beards that fall somewhere in the middle. Continue reading [...]
If you’re looking for a cruelty-free beauty brand that offers a full line of products for everyday use, we suggest you turn to Mineral Fusion. Mineral Fusion is a Denver, Colorado company that has sold vegan makeup and skin care items since 2007. It’s the #1 natural cosmetic company in the United States, offering products that improve your skin’s appearance and health. Continue reading [...]
Shopping on Etsy can be addicting. There are so many beautiful and creative handcrafted products available, many of which are vegan, to our delight.
We recently searched Etsy and found some cruelty-free beauty products that we thought you’d like to know about. We discovered soaps, moisturizers, scrubs, and other yummy vegan things that can keep you looking and smelling amazing, and keep our animal friends safe and alive.
So you can go crazy with vegan beauty product shopping, here are our picks for the top vegan beauty products on Etsy: Continue reading [...]
Andalou Naturals is a vegan skin and body care brand that’s sold at many brick and mortar retailers, including Whole Foods Market. Its all-natural products are also available online.
Andalou Naturals is a brand that we think you might want to turn to for many of the products you need for each day. Let’s take a closer look at the goodies for hair, body, and face that you can get from Andalou Naturals. Continue reading [...]
It’s fall, which means pumpkins, and yummy thing having to do with pumpkins, are lining storefronts, grocery store shelves, and online shops. We love pumpkin. And, we suspect many of you do too. Which is why we thought we’d do a little roundup of cruelty-free and vegan pumpkin beauty products. We thought today the perfect day to indulge in the deliciousness of pumpkin, the fall season, and life for all. Continue reading [...]
If you’re looking for natural, vegan skin care products, some of the best are pure essential oils. Essential oils are usually single-oil or multi-oil products that are just that: oil. They don’t typically contain any other additives like parabens, synthetic ingredients, preservatives, or other lab-created substances. They’re almost always straight from nature (plants only) and they’re not tested on animals, unless you come across some funky product from a questionable brand.
Essential oils are sourced from flowers, trees, shrubs, and other plants that offer beneficial properties for the skin. They’re essences that are good for you, so you don’t have to worry about any harmful chemicals (again, make sure they’re from a company that sells pure products). Continue reading [...]
Sometimes it seems like the only way to get rid of old and damaged skin on the face is to give it a peel. But, many of the facial peels on the market are more damaging then effective. And, most of them contain animal ingredients or were tested on animals. So, often, instead of doing something good for the face, peels do great harm all around. We think that’s not so great.
But, there’s hope for those of us who like to use a facial peel to perk up tired skin or get ride of skin spots. There are some amazing natural, and cruelty-free, facial peels that are available online or in some natural stores. Continue reading [...]
If you need an acne product for your skin, and you’re vegan, take comfort in knowing that there are some amazing products out there that can help you. Vegans often have a challenging time finding the specialized beauty products that they need. Which is sad, but we’re seeing so many cruelty-free companies jump into the market that we’re encouraged too.
People from teens to adults often deal with skin conditions like acne. It doesn’t matter if you’re vegan or not. We’ve dealt with our share of skin difficulties too. We know that taking care of our skin is essential, but it needs to be approached with a mindset that also takes care of other living creatures.
These needs are why we’ve put together a list of top cruelty-free acne products. We want you to have what you need to take care of your face and also to keep living your life cruelty free. Continue reading [...]
It’s exciting to find a vegan beauty line with a wide range of products. Ones that can take care of your hair in many ways and also tend to your skin. Giovanni Cosmetics offers such a line. This company makes incredible products that smell good, leave hair and skin feeling amazing, and are reasonably priced as an added benefit. Continue reading [...]
Wink Soap is a handcrafted, vegan line of beauty products that includes soaps and a fabulous lip balm. This company was founded in 2010 as an alternative to products that are full of harsh chemicals, synthetic detergents, parabens, and artificial colors.
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There are a lot of great vegan skin care brands, but one of the best ones we’ve come across lately is Ladybug Jane. Ladybug Jane is a fun and fabulous line of lip balms and moisturizers that’s cruelty free and natural. The company is named after founder Jane May Graves, a former scientist, model, and actress. Ladybug Jane was inspired by a dream that Jane had when her mom was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. Continue reading [...]
We've reviewed scores of vegetarian and cruelty-free beauty products over the years, and it's hard to chose the best. There are so many contenders out there. But the best doesn't simply mean the most effective; our standards are higher than that. It means the most effective, vegan, cruelty-free and purest products out there. We're starting our new "best of" series, that covers our favorite vegan beauty products in each category, starting with skin serum. Continue reading [...]
Anyone who says you compromise luxury when you only use vegan and cruelty-free beauty products has clearly never heard of Mullein & Sparrow luxury vegan and cruelty-free beauty products. Mullein & Sparrow is a Brooklyn-based skin, body and hair care company that makes small batches of high quality products with high quality ingredients. Continue reading [...]
If we gave our dream list for a beauty product it would be: vegan, cruelty-free, no sulfates, no dyes, no paraben, no propylene glycol, no artificial preservatives or any other chemicals. Sound to good to be true? It's not. DermOrganic vegan and cruely free hair and skin care is all of the above. Continue reading [...]
We're taking our company review across the pond, to the UK, because the adorable Fairypants vegan and cruelty free cosmetics company caught our eye. Fairypants is an up and coming business that started in 2009 and is stocked nationally in the UK. While the business was started with dress making, and soon branched out into jewelry, accessories, and cosmetics. Continue reading [...]
Now that Tarte Cosmetics is no longer a cruelty free company, many former Tarte cosmetic users are jumping to Too Faced vegetarian and cruelty-free cosmetics. Too Faced was founded by husbands Jerrod Blandino and Jeremy Johnson, 15 years ago. Both men got their start in the cosmetic and fashion industry, before coming together to create Too Faced, so named for Jerrod's pet name for the women who would go from sweet to stressed whenever he was out of their favorite makeup product. Continue reading [...]
Lip balms and salves in tins are convenient to slide into the smallest of handbags, and a popular way to keep your lips hydrated and healthy, especially during cold winter months. But many of the most popular products on the market are made with beeswax or petroleum, which are neither vegan or healthy. Here are our favorite options that are moisturizing, while being free of chemicals and cruelty: Continue reading [...]
It's so easy to be dazzled by the wide array of cruelty-free and vegan beauty products on the market, that we often forget that there are simple options that do so much, while being simple and inexpensive. Continue reading [...]
Keratosis pilaris, KP, is the bumpy skin, commonly called "chicken skin" due to it's bumpy appearance, that's often found on the upper arms. It is also commonly found on the under-eye area, making it difficult for makeup to be applied smoothly. The result is often a dry and caky appearance. Not attractive. Continue reading [...]
We recently wrote about how the Petit Vours Vegan and Cruelty-Free Subscription Makeup Box would be the perfect holiday gift for the vegan fashionista in your life. We found another excellent subscription box that, like Petit Vour, is vegan and cruelty-free, but is more focused on bath and body products; Level Naturals. Continue reading [...]
Everyone is buzzing about L'Oreal Paris Age Perfect Hydra-Nutrition Glow Renewal Facial Oil, but no matter how good it is, it is still L'Oreal, which is owned by Estee Lauder; the most evil cosmetic company in the world. In light of facial oils growing in popularity, we thought we'd put together out top 5 picks for vegetarian and cruelty-free beauty products. Continue reading [...]
The Perfect Holiday Gift for the Vegan Fashionista in Your Life: The Petit Vour Vegan and Cruelty-Free Monthly Makeup Box
Shopping for someone who is committed to a vegan and cruelty-free lifestyle, if it's not a lifestyle that you live, or if it's for someone who seems to have everything, can be difficult. Enter the Petit Vour box: a monthly box subscription of curated vegan and cruelty-free beauty products. The owner of Petit Vour, Madeline Alcott, is a vegan and self-described beauty enthusiast. She created Petit Vour after her own frustrating journey trying to find luxury beauty products that were both vegan and cruelty-free. Continue reading [...]
Dry, cold winter air can often translate to dry skin. Our faces, especially, can take a beating between dry air, wind, and the daily environmental toxins that seep into our pores. One of the best ways to keep the skin looking fresh is to regularly exfoliate it to slough off dead skin and stimulate the skin to renew itself. Here are 5 of our favorite vegan and cruelty-free facial exfoliators: Continue reading [...]
Fall means pumpkin products are front and center, making it an excellent time to discover cruelty-free and vegan pumpkin skincare products. Pumpkin is excellent in a skincare regimen for several reasons. Continue reading [...]
Often in our quest to find vegan and cruelty-free beauty products, we forget that the simplest ingredients and products work wonderfully to keep us looking our best. We spend so much time looking for products with the most natural and minimal ingredients, it's easy to forget that these products are often in our own pantries. Here are a few of our favorite beauty tips and tricks that are kind to animals, and your bank account. Continue reading [...]
We often come across vegan and cruelty-free beauty products that are done so as an afterthought, or even inadvertently. "Vegan by accident" as many know it. That is why we love finding companies who wear their "vegan and cruelty-free" badge proudly on their sleeves, like Antho organic, vegan and eco-friendly beauty products. Antho has an entire pae of their website dedicated to education of vegan and cruelty-free beauty products, and what it means to truly be both. Continue reading [...]
We've all been there, halfway through our work day we take a look in the bathroom mirror and realize that our eyeliner has slid down under our eyes, or we look a little tired from pulling an all-nighter the night before. Here are 5, must-have, cruelty-free and vegetarian beauty products to keep in your desk. Continue reading [...]
Summer is here and we are head over heels for the Lush Beach Box. We all love Lush Cosmetics: between their expansive vegan cosmetic and personal care line, and their staunch stance against animal testing, they are a vegan fasionista's dream. Continue reading [...]
Nude Skincare, a vegetarian and cruelty-free skincare line, recently put its money where its mouth is: by including free samples of its star skincare product, ProGenius skincare treatment oil, with in-store Sephora purchases. Continue reading [...]
Jack Black Authentic and Original fills a much needed gap in the area of compassionate personal care products for men. It seems like, when it comes to compassionate personal hygiene and grooming products that are both cruelty free and vegan, men get the short end of the stick. Don't manufacturers realize that there are plenty of men who want cruelty-free skin and hair products? Jack Black (no, not that Jack Black) men's grooming products recognized the need for this type of product and have fulfilled the need with a comprehensive line of products for every need. Continue reading [...]
Is cruelty-free Christmas shopping at the top of your "to do" list? Holiday shopping for the compassionate consumer is easier than ever, as compassionate companies produce holiday specific items, and smaller items that are perfect for popping in the stocking of your favorite animal lover. Continue reading [...]
If you know a vegan who has everything, or seems to want for nothing, the Vegan Conscious Box by the Vegan Zombie may be just the thing for them this holiday season! The Vegan Conscious Box is the perfect way to ensure that you are getting the best products that are in line with their, and your, values. Continue reading [...]
With dry winter months here, we are all buckling down on our moisture regimens to make sure that our skin gets an extra dose of moisture. One thing to keep in mind during these dehydrating months is the particularly sensitive area around the eyes. Eye creams do wonders to help the area around our eyes stay hydrated, wrinkle-free, and looking less puffy. Continue reading [...]
Cold winter months are bringing dry, chapped lips and we are so thankful for great vegan lipcare products like Hurraw! Balm. All of Hurraw! Balm's lip balms are made with raw, organic, fair trade ingredients - in practical oval tubes so that the tube won't pop out of your jean pockets! Continue reading [...]
Winter is coming and, with it comes dry skin. While many people tend to focus on skin care during bathing suit season, the fact is that harsh winter conditions can wreak havoc on skin. Brya's Soap Box has the answer to that, with a collection of lush and creamy products that are aimed at moisturizing skin and keeping it supple. Their vegan and cruelty-free formulas are full of luxurious butters and oils to protect the skin and keep the winter weather from turning it to dry leather. Continue reading [...]
Karen's Botanicals offers a comprehensive line of vegetarian and cruelty-free beauty products that are full of beneficial ingredients aimed at repairing and maintaining skin. Certified by PETA as a "Cruelty Free Company," Karen's Botanicals are developed and tested on willing friends and families. Karen asserts that there is simply no need, or place, for animal testing in skin care products, and that wonderful products can be made with materials that have been used for thousands of years. Continue reading [...]
Argan oil has quickly become a rising star among the lineup of women’s beauty regimens, and Kahina Giving Beauty vegetarian and cruelty-free beauty products uses this wonder ingredient as a staple in their product line. It started in 2007 when founder Katharine L’Heureux traveled to Morocco and discovered argan oil for herself. She was astounded at the wonderful results she saw on her skin and brought it back for her friends and family to try. Continue reading [...]
Earth Friendly Baby vegetarian and cruelty-free beauty products are perfect for the parents who want to ensure that nothing but the safest and most natural products touch their baby’s skin. They offer a full line of baby creams, baby wipes, organic shampoo and body washes and organic bubble baths. Earth Friendly Baby ensures that their products are free of the common irritating ingredients found in other baby products, such as parabens, sodium lauryl/laureth sulphate. Continue reading [...]
One look at the ingredients in Apivita vegetarian and cruelty-free beauty products is enough to want to start ordering their products via their website right away. Founded in 1979, Apivita got its start in Greece when two married pharmacists, Nikos and Niki Koutsianas, turned their passion for nature into a natural cosmetics company. Before long, the Koutsianas’ saw their cosmetics spread to other countries, including Sweden, Romania, Japan, Belgium, Australia, Hong Kong, Spain and the Netherlands. Continue reading [...]
When a baby is born with food sensitivities and eczema, what is a parent to do? Well for the founders of Divinity Veganatural cruelty-free and vegan beauty products, the answer was to start a business! Making their daughter what is now their signature balm, Babylove balm, the couple launched their new company in 2003 with the goal to make “compassionately crafted body care remedies.” Their products are aimed to cure topical ailments for all, from baby to grandparents. Continue reading [...]
The journey to creating Kokokahn vegan and cruelty-free beauty products began with founder Tracy Dalrymple's time in Japan. Traci was introduced to natural healing and wellness through the use of essential oils. From there, Salrymple began studying about essential oils and plants for aromatherapy and holistic healing. It wasn't long before she traveled to Bali to learn even more about aromatherapy, and that was where she found the inspiration for the name of her company, Kokokahn. It is derived from the Balinese word "kokokan," which means "white heron."
Deep Steep vegetarian and cruelty-free beauty products are the answer to those who want ethical beauty products without compromising luxury. In fact, Deep Steep maintains that their vision includes two main concepts: luxury and integrity. That sounds like a winning combination! Deep Steep was founded in 2002 and offers their luxurious products in five scents, all custom blended, with organic essential oils. Continue reading [...]
If you have Celiac disease, or just a gluten intolerance, vegetarian, cruelty-free and gluten free Au Naturel Botanicals by Alexandra Avery may be just the thing for you. With a mission to produce high quality skin care only using organic herbal extracts, pure plant and nut oils, and essential oils, their line heavily relies on aromatherapy and essential oils to provide healing properties through skin contact and inhalation. Continue reading [...]
Normally we do not review vegetarian and cruelty-free beauty product lines that are not attached to an official website because we know how much you all love to research these companies yourself! Well in this rare instance, we are going to make an exception because this company, The Dream Products, is such a great little hidden gem, that we felt it too wonderful to not share. Continue reading [...]
If you love hemp, The Merry Hempsters vegetarian and cruelty-free beauty products are a journey into healing with some fun! With packaging adorned with a cheerful smiley face, The Merry Hempsters have a passion for what they do! All of their products have a base of organic hemp, and they work to make sure that their products are mostly organic, and where not organic, are free of GMOs.
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We happened upon Petal Fresh Organics vegan and cruelty-free beauty products by accident. We were at a discount store and were shocked to see a shampoo and conditioner set donning the PETA “cruelty free and vegan” logo. We were also admittedly slightly suspicious over its $3.99/bottle price tag. While we love our organic beauty products, the common downside is that they are often pricier since the ingredients are high quality and made in smaller batches. Continue reading [...]
Half of being beautiful, if not more, is being healthy. Vegetarian and cruelty-free beauty products like cosmetics and perfume can only take you so far; having healthy and beautiful skin and hair is just as important, if not more so. Keeping the skin beautiful, and healing it when facing maladies such as sunburns and bug bites, is part of what Elemental Herbs does best. Where many products of this type incorporate harsh ingredients like petroleum. Elemental Herbs makes products that have the desired effects of petroleum-based products, such as locking in moisture, without the negative side-effects. Continue reading [...]
You know that you can feel confident in buying beauty products claiming to be vegan and cruelty-free when the founder herself is a vegan. Tracy Perkins launched her company, Strawberry Hedgehog, out of frustration with misleading packaging claiming to be vegan and cruelty-free, when they were not. Before too long she began making her own body care items and was in demand by friends and family for the goods. Continue reading [...]
We especially love supporting small businesses that create cruelty-free, vegan beauty products. While there are many cruelty-free, vegan beauty companies that have successfully transitioned from small company, to large, mass-distributed, operations, we often see it go bad. The Body Shop proved as much when they decided to sell themselves to infamous animal-testing company, L’Oreal. Continue reading [...]
Synthesis 345 vegan and cruelty-free beauty products begins with the promise “to nurture every ‘body’ with the purest of care”. To that end, the company has an impressive product line that is as safe as it gets, and fulfills on its promise by using the highest-quality, natural ingredients, and shunning the harmful chemicals often found in beauty products. Continue reading [...]
Tata Harper vegetarian, cruelty-free skincare is certainly making a name for themselves. Having already been featured in Vogue, Marie Claire, Lucky magazine, Harper’s Bazaar Magazine online, Elle Magazine online and many more, this Vermont-based beauty company is doing it right with a simple philosophy: women should look and feel beautiful without compromising their health. Situated on 1,200 acres of farm land, most of the ingredients are grown right there on the farm. Continue reading [...]
As we mentioned in yesterday’s article about cruelty-free, vegan beauty products that are also gluten free, it is National Celiac Awareness Month. We thought we would keep the gluten-free celebration going and got very excited when we found Red Apple Lipstick. Continue reading [...]
What makes Lilywhite Organics vegan beauty products different from the rest is that, where others use water, they use 100% aloe vera juice. Aloe vera juice is excellent for the skin, with many benefits including reducing wound healing time, reducing inflammation and stimulating growth of new tissue. Additionally Lilywhite Organics points out that, unlike water, aloe has over 75 vitamins and nutrients. Continue reading [...]
Suds! vegetarian, cruelty-free bath and body beauty products were created from the founder’s realization that, while she ate healthfully, it didn’t matter if she was using beauty products that were full of chemicals. Armed with a Bachelors in Chemical Engineering, the founder started Suds! with a commitment to products that are free of nasty detergents and artificial preservatives, colors and fragrances. Instead, Suds! vegetarian, cruelty-free bath and body beauty products contain moisturizing oils and butters, essential oils and natural colors and fragrances. Continue reading [...]
Live Clean vegan beauty products has a philosophy that is right in their name: to live a life that is clean of unhealthy, unnatural chemicals and pollutants. Live Clean produces nothing but natural, vegan and cruelty-free beauty products that are free of nasty ingredients like pthalates, parabens, petroleum and sulfates. Whenever possible, their vegan products include ingredients that are certified organic and they ensure that all of their plant-based products have not been tested on animals by them, or their suppliers. Continue reading [...]
Voodoo Beauty vegan products is a small beauty company located in beautiful Sonoma County, California, and is committed to high quality skincare at affordable prices. Promising vegan, cruelty-free beauty products that are free of nasty ingredients like parabens, bismuth, talc, mineral oil, synthetics and toxins, Voodoo Beauty vegan products are committed to being cruelty-free and as earth friendly as possible. Continue reading [...]
HerbZone vegan beauty products promises right up front no animal products, no animal testing and 100% natural ingredients. With a variety of vegan, cruelty-free products such as vegan beauty masks, vegan hand butters, vegan soaps, vegan shower oils and vegan acne care, they have something for everyone! Continue reading [...]
Most of us, by now, are quite familiar with Dr. Bronner’s vegan, cruelty-free beauty soaps. We also wrote about his vegan, cruelty free lotions which come in a variety of skin-nourishing options such as lavender coconut, orange lavender, patchouli lime and peppermint. But the Dr. Bronner’s company has made great strides in expanding their beloved products into everyday personal needs that will have Bronner fans rejoicing. Continue reading [...]
Zion Health has perfected their clay-based vegan beauty products, and quickly amassed a cult following. San Francisco-based founder Haim Zion discovered the benefits of key ingredient Kanwa clay when he successfully used it to relieve the symptoms of his gum disease. Also know as calcium montmorillonite clay, Kanwa clay is now the key ingredient of their entire vegan beauty product line which includes teas, detox supplements and bath minerals. Continue reading [...]
With a name like "Gourmet Body Treats", using these vegan, cruelty-free products feels like an indulgence! Founded in 1998 by Waleska Agosto, she was looking for a product that she could safely and comfortably use on her rosacea-prone skin. She knew that, in order to accomplish this, she would need a product that would be free of all synthetics and chemicals, and contain nothing but natural ingredients that came straight from the earth. Each product is poured and packaged by hand and tested on humans, not animals. Continue reading [...]
You know that a vegan beauty company, like Eco Sevi, really has the best interest of animals in mind when their line was originally intended as all natural products for the family dog! When owner Sevi began handcrafting products for her beloved German Shepherd, Mundo, it was not long until friends and family started making request for human products of the same grade. Continue reading [...]
Wellinhand Vegan Beauty Products offers an expansive line of vegan beauty needs that are backed by extensive affiliations and certifications. They have been certified cruelty-free and awarded the coveted seal by the Leaping Bunny, are a member of PETA, certified vegan by Vegan Action, are a founding member of the Green Products Alliance, are a member of the Natural Products Association and have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. Continue reading [...]
With summer coming, conscious consumers are looking for products that will both protect them from harmful rays from the sun, and be cruelty-free. Jill Stack Naturals vegan sunscreen fulfills both of those needs and contains gold! Why gold? Continue reading [...]
With the philosophy that humans make better guinea pigs than actual guinea pigs, Vibrant Naturals vegan beauty products takes a natural approach to their vegan bath and body products. With no factory, the husband-and-wife team lovingly handcrafts their products to ensure that they meet the company standards of quality every step of the way. Continue reading [...]
Hugo Naturals vegan and cruelty-free beauty products proves that natural can still sound delicious. All of their products are made from natural, vegan ingredients that are free from parabens, sulfates, silicones, pthalates, synthetic surfactants, artificial colors and fragrances, and other nasty chemicals. Further, their products are all cruelty free, soy free and gluten free. Continue reading [...]
When Peter Lamas set out to create his all natural, vegan beauty product line, it was after experiencing several tragedies at the hands of harsh chemicals. His mother was diagnosed with bone cancer after years of exposure to harsh chemicals at a paper mill and his three sisters were all diagnosed with breast cancer in their 40’s after regular exposure to chemical farm fertilizers. As the hairdresser for Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, he regularly dyed her hair, only to find out that her doctors believed that her early diagnosis of, and ultimate demise from, Non-Hodgkins lymphoma cancer was partly due to the chemicals from her hair dye Continue reading [...]
When you are named a runner-up to Bobbi Brown cosmetics, you know you have a gem of a cosmetic line on your hands! Mixology vegan mineral makeup claims that title proudly. Quick to point out that they are vegan, and yes that includes no carmine, their makeup line is also free of bismuth, chemicals, synthetic dyes, parabens and preservatives, Mixology is a great option for those with sensitive skin, or suffering from skin issues such as acne. Continue reading [...]
Nature’s Gate vegan beauty products was founded with the idea that they would use nature as their inspiration. The original founders used to collect rainwater and blend it with herbs they found in their herb shop. Today, the same philosophy goes into the making of their vegan and vegetarian beauty products, and they still use natural ingredients in each of them. Continue reading [...]
With cold, winter months upon us, many are seeking moisturizing vegan and vegetarian beauty products. Enter Crazy Rumors vegan lip treatments. With beauty products as fun as their name, they have set out to take the lip care world by storm. Continue reading [...]
Yes To vegetarian beauty products was founded with the idea that they wanted an effective line of natural skin and hair care products, as well as a company that is focused on positivity and offers reasonably priced products. Consisting of four main brand names, Nourishing (carrot), Soothing (cucumber), Clear Skin (tomato) and Age Referesh (Blueberry), Yes To has twice been awarded PETA’s “Best Beauty Brand." Continue reading [...]
Golden Path Alchemy Vegan Beauty Products has a very clear list of what they won't do. They won't test on animals, they won't use synthetic materials or chemicals in their beauty products, and they won't package their products in anything but recyclable glass and recycled labeling. Continue reading [...]
Jason vegetarian and vegan beauty products have been around since 1959, and have developed a product line that is free of animal by-products, synthetic colors and synthetic fragrance. Additionally, Jason vegetarian and vegan beauty products website states repeatedly that they do not engage in any animal testing in the development of their products. Continue reading [...]
We have received word that The Body Shop sold themselves to L'Oreal cosmetics. L'Oreal cosmetics is not cruelty-free and even though The Body Shop continues to be cruelty free, we will no longer list them on this site because their parent company is not.
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Dermae vegan and vegetarian beauty products are committed to providing its clients with products that are both effective and natural. Dermae vegetarian and vegan beauty products begun their journey to store shelves in the 1960’s, when the founding Stern family began to use Vitamin E as a topical application for skin health. Continue reading [...]
Juice Beauty Vegan and Vegetarian Beauty Products was created by self-proclaimed “Serial Wellness” entrepreneur, Karen Behnke, who, at the age of 40 and pregnant with her first child, built one of the first corporate wellness companies in the country, developing a deep, lifelong interest in vegan and vegetarian, cruelty-free, personal care products along the way. Continue reading [...]
When The Balm Cosmetics' founder and CEO Marissa Shipman decided to start her line of glamorous yet simple, vegan-friendly beauty products, she went for broke. She hopped over to Amazon, bought herself some books on how to create your own makeup and went to work - she even hired a chemist to help create the formulas in her own kitchen! Continue reading [...]
With the raw food movement becoming more popular, many new companies are emerging with beauty and healthcare products made from raw and living ingredients. Raw foodists in the movement eat a diet that partially or completely consists of unprocessed raw food; usually vegan. They believe that cooking food above 115 degrees Fahrenheit destroys all of the natural enzymes in the food, thus causing it to lose its nutritional value.
Along those lines comes beauty lines using raw and living ingredients. Continue reading [...]
Zosimos Botanicals vegan makeup is a must-buy for those who not only love vegan makeup, but for those who love to support small businesses. Zosimos Botanicals has a strong commitment to environmental responsibility as, not only are their handcrafted cosmetics and skincare products all filled with plant-based, raw ingredients, but the studio out of which they work is 100% wind-powered. Continue reading [...]
Kalliste organic and vegan skincare products is a line of eco-conscious products, in gorgeous, gift-worthy, packaging. And not only would this fashionable packaging spruce up any Easter Basket or Mother's Day morning, most of it is made of either recycled or biodegradable materials. Continue reading [...]
Max Green Alchemy, a vegan makeup and hair product company, is a true gem to the vegan community. Their approach to beauty is simple; they should "respect our internal and external environments without sacrificing effectiveness or lowering expectations." Continue reading [...]
While a fun pair of eyeglasses can make any outfit look sizzling, there are times when you just want to throw in a pair of contacts and go crazy with the eye makeup! But even the most animal-concious fashionista may not consider that many contact solutions are not cruelty free! Continue reading [...]
Reading the credentials of Morrocco Method Raw and Vegan Hair Care is like stumbling across the resume of the perfect job candidate. They tout their product as being, "100% Natural, raw, vegan, Green, Wild Crafted Organic, and Fair Trade." Continue reading [...]
With a simple philosophy of, "Safe cosmetics are a consumer's right and our earth's rightful due", OSEA brand vegan skincare line draws from the invigorating and healing properties of the ocean. Proudly proclaiming their line as both certified vegan and cruelty free, the company is also a fervent protector of the environment. Continue reading [...]
At first glance, it looks like this products creators forgot to hit "spell check" before they had the packaging printed for "Prtty Peaushun" skin tightening lotion (pronounced, simply, "pretty potion"), but this wonder lotion, raw and vegan, comes backed with an ability to do something for which many women vie: the ability to conceal minor imperfections on the body, while making the skin glow. Continue reading [...]
"If you can't eat it, don't put it on your skin" is the motto of Dr. Saulius Alkaitis; a research scientist with a Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the University of California at Los Angeles. Dr. Alkaitis blends his knowledge of chemistry, with his passion for pure, raw, product, to offer this nourishing skin care line that yields noticeable differences in the skin of its users. Continue reading [...]
the foaming sea salt scrub is a detoxifying scrub that gently exfoliates and cleanses toxins from the skin’s surface. This action helps increase microcirculation, which stimulates skin in order to promote a “softer, smoother” look. The sea salt scrub features sea botanicals and sea salt, which are known bacteria fighters. Continue reading [...]
If you are interested in age spots removal using organic skin care cream, look for organic skin care creams that contain effective all natural ingredients such as cocoa butter, shea butter, jojoba, avocado, safflower, aloe vera gel, lavender, peppermint, chamomile, green tea, pomegranate, licoriceroot, and meadowfoam. Vitmains A, E, and C are also effective at helping reduce or eliminate brown spots.
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Most antioxidant skin care products are environmentally friendly, meaning, they utilize all natural ingredients and they are not tested on animals. Many of the companies that manufacture these products also stand behind adn promote sustainable practices.
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Fans of Cspray by Biome Skincare say it immediately makes skin look healthier and it makes skin glow. Some even claim that the spray tones the skin and eliminates fine lines, as early as the first application. Continue reading [...]
Exposed Skin Care team consists of dermatologists, chemists, and other skin care professionals that work together with one goal in mind – to help acne sufferers eliminate acne for good. According to the official Exposed Skin Care website, the company's acne treatment system is currently considered one of the worlds most successful.
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For normal to dry skin or dry to dehydrated skin, perfecting water may be used as a compliment to any Laura Mercier serum or heavier moisturizer. Continue reading [...]
The Sport Clear System by AcneFree features two versions: the standard skin care system and the deluxe system. Continue reading [...]
Glo Minerals is one of the companies top sellers and the product line has been honored four years in a row by American Spa Magazine. Continue reading [...]
Fruit of the Earth products include a number of other ingredients that target everything from acne scars to wrinkles. Other ingredients include: wheat germ oil, sunflower seed oil, sesame seed oil, coconut oil, vegetable oil, water, and mineral oil. Continue reading [...]
At Last Natural's 15% MSM cream contains Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A), Lecithin, Methylparaben, and Propylparaben. It is effective against skin conditions such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, scabies, dermatitis, dandruff, and diaper rash. Continue reading [...]
In addition to helping prevent conditions from acne to skin cancer, green tea is a powerful moisturizer and blemish reducer. In fact, recent studies show that when applied in cream or gel form to the skin, green tea helps lighten dark spots and improves overall complexion. Continue reading [...]
The LUXIVA Changing Skin Treatment is made with vegan and vegetarian friendly ingredients such as clover, soy, and wild yam botanical extracts. These ingredients help hydrate and firm the skin. Continue reading [...]
Tea tree oil (left on skin overnight) as well as yellow dock, burdock, and sarsaparilla can be used to treat mild to moderate acne. Continue reading [...]
For many people, the best skin care products comes down to the ingredients used, the impact these ingredients have on the environment, and whether or not the ingredients have been tested on animals. Continue reading [...]
The Cucumber Melon product line creates a light and refreshing experience. A body lotion, hand soap, hand cream, bath gel and body butter is available with the refreshing Cucumber Melon scent.
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Although it is unknown just how long Fair & Flawless Spot Eraser takes to work, customer reviews mention the word “powerful,” and comments like “it gave me the results they promised.” According to the Fair & Flawless website, Spot Eraser “helps fight hyperpigmentation. The light, oil-free formula contains sepiwhite msh to gradually fade discoloration, brown spots, age spots, and sun spots. Continue reading [...]
By protecting the skin against free radicals, the green c formula also helps protect the skin against aging. Made with vitamin E, green clay, and vitamin C esters, Afrumos Divine Green C Cleanser is safe for all skin types.
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Alima Pure Nourishing Lipbalms are 100% natural, cruelty free and suitable for vegetarians. Because the products contain natural beeswax, they may not be suitable for strict vegans. The beeswax is cruelty-free. AP lipbalms are also made with plant oils and natural butters. Continue reading [...]
Hot Pore Cleansing Scrub by Collective Wellbeing is formulated to clear excess oil, make-up, and impurities from the skin. In addition to active charcoal, the cleansing scrub includes retinal, salicyclic acid, tea tree oil, and coneflower. Continue reading [...]
Aromatherapy Bath by Dr. Hauschka Skin Care features lavender bath, lemon bath, sage bath, spruce bath, and rosemary bath.
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The gentle cleansing body wash is made with olive oil, jojoba oil, coconut oil, and aloe to moisturize and soothe the skin. It does not contain SLS or other chemicals that can dry or strip the skin. Continue reading [...]
Made with cold-pressed organic sunflower oil, the Miessence organic sunflower body wash can be used daily to help maintain moisture and healthy skin. Continue reading [...]
The daily resurfacer is safe for all skin types, but it should not be used on skin being treated with medically-prescribed exfoliating products.
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Color Me Beautiful anti-aging creams contain ingredients such as evening primrose, malt extract, aloe, ivy, flower extract, seed oil, hazel, and vitamin A. Continue reading [...]