Beauty Recommendations

Cruelty Free Vegan Beauty Recommendations

Less really is more when it comes to beauty products. Finding cruelty-free brands can be a struggle but you don't have to miss out on effective treatments just because you're vegan. When there are so many options now available, why wouldn't you choose the cruelty-free option?

I'm a huge advocate for finding products that work and sticking with them so that developing a simple regime with a handful of essentials is easy to do - once you've discovered your favourites. Here are my cruelty-free beauty recommendations; products I return to again and again including skincare, makeup, and hair care.


Mid-Range skincare tends to get the balance between affordability and quality just right. While budget skincare lacks effectiveness and runs out quickly, high end skincare is an unsustainable habit and rarely ever worth the extra cost. Shopping from the mid-range means you get effective products that will last, at a reasonable price point. These are my personal skincare recommendations:

  · Honest Nourishing Cleansing Balm
  · Tropic Skincare Super Green Serum
  · Tropic Skincare Good Skin Day Serum
  · Homeoplasmine
  · Soap Co. Black Poppy & Wild Fig Hand Lotion
  · Ravenscourt Apothecary Co. Dead Sea Clay Soap
  · Tropic Skincare Skin Shade Mineral Sun Protection
  · Washable Cleansing Pads

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Preferences for makeup can vary wildly depending on skin tone and style; you'll often find once you've discovered a brand that caters to your needs, you'll end up shopping mostly from their range. Finding your favourites is all about trial and error but once you've found them your beauty routine will be set. These are my personal makeup recommendations:

  · The Ordinary High-Adherence Silicone Primer
  · Lily Lolo Mineral Concealer
  · Lily Lolo Mineral Foundation
  · Lily Lolo Pressed Eye Shadow
  · Lily Lolo Cheek Duo
  · Lily Lolo Natural Lipstick
  · Soap & Glory Thick & Fast Mascara
  · Tropic Skincare Beauty Drop Sponge
  · Zoeva Vegan Brush Set
  · Iconic London Complete Face Set
  · Nanshy Blending Sponge


Cruelty-free haircare can be a real struggle; the formulas often shun ingredients found in most shampoos and conditioners meaning there is a period of adjustment your hair will need to go through. Discovering the right brand and formula for you is important to caring for your hair and leaving it feeling healthy and strong. These are my personal haircare recommendations:

  · A'kin Unscented Very Gentle Shampoo
  · A'kin Unscented Very Gentle Conditioner
  · Melvita L'Or Bio Extraordinary Oil
  · Tangle Teezer

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Cruelty Free Vegan Beauty Recommendations