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.
Try one of these vegan acne products if you suffer from acne, occasionally or regularly. Some of them are available in health and natural beauty stores, but if you can’t find them you can always order online.
Reology is an acne-treating skin care system that’s made from all natural ingredients, such as coconut milk, orange essence, bergamot oil, and rosemary leaf extract. It’s created to give you a unique and effective formula for getting rid of acne.
Alba Botanica’s ACNEdote cleanser helps zap pimples before they become major problems. This deep-pore acne face wash is free of animal ingredients, parabens, phthalates, sulfates, and artificial colors.
Bare Bones’ Toner is a great lemon juice-based toner that’s natural and cruelty free. It contains witch hazel, which is refreshing and has antimicrobial properties.
Desert Essence’s acne-treating products are made for oily and combination skin. We love the Thoroughly Clean Oil Control Lotion, the Thoroughly Clean Face Wash, and the Blemish Touch Stick.
Hylunia is a vegan skin care company that sells a great-smelling and effective line of products for treating acne. You might want to try the Salicylic Facial Cleansing Gel and the Grape Seed Facial Scrub, which are great cleansing products even if you don’t have acne.
These are just a few of the companies out there that offer solutions for acne sufferers who don’t like to see animals suffer. Additional acne-healing vegan skin care lines that you might want to check out include Aveda, LUSH, and DermOrganic.