A Cruelty-Free Beauty Brand Directory

November 17, 2018

A Cruelty-Free Beauty Brand Directory

Cruelty-free* products are so easily accessible now there's no reason for supporting brands who continue to test on animals and exploit their workers while ruining the planet in the process. However, finding these products isn't always easy if you're unsure where to look. This directory provides a range of cruelty-free and vegan-friendly brands ranging from high end to drugstore price points so there's something for everyone. This list includes a 100% vegan beauty brand directory as well as cruelty-free brands with vegan product options, and covers make-up, skin care, hair care, fragrance, and beauty tools.

If possible, I encourage you to shop with 100% vegan brands as often as possible. Your support shows that there is a demand for these products and that it is sustainable and profitable to run a vegan business. Of course, it's not always possible to find the products you need so I have included a list of brands who are considered 'cruelty-free'. Although not entirely vegan, these brands do offer vegan-friendly products in their range. Scroll down to find this list.


100% Vegan Beauty Brands

The following brands are 100% vegan-friendly, which means they never test their products or ingredients on animals and there are absolutely no ingredients or derivatives used in any of their products.


100% Vegan Makeup



100% Vegan Skin Care



100% Vegan Hair Care



100% Vegan Brushes and Tools



100% Vegan Fragrance



100% Vegan Deodorant



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Cruelty-Free Beauty

These brands are considered 'cruelty-free' and offer some vegan-friendly options in their product range. Please check labels and ingredients before purchasing. Some of these brands are owned by parent companies who sell in China; it's up to you to decide whether you are happy to purchase from these companies.





*A note on the term 'cruelty-free': I don't particularly like this term. It's most commonly used to indicate when a brand doesn't test on animals but just because a something has the label 'cruelty-free' doesn't mean it's free from cruelty. I write more about this here in my post about what cruelty-free, vegan-friendly, and green beauty really means.

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