Rewind to a few years ago, it wasn’t easy to try and track down cruelty free beauty products. Now there’s a lot more cruelty free brands to choose from, catering for all budgets and I’m going to share with you a selection of cruelty free beauty brands to try.
Revolution as a brand have gone from strength to strength, so much so, it’s difficult to believe that they only started back in 2014. From the very first day they launched, they’ve been cruelty free and they do a great job on their website, of clearly labeling which products are vegan too. They offer skincare, body care, haircare and makeup too, all of which are affordable and accessible too.
Charlotte Tilbury are a luxury makeup and skincare brand, with a cruelty free status. Their products are expensive with high quality formulas and truly stunning packaging. My personal favourite products would have to be their KISSING Lipsticks or their Collagen Lip Bath, but they’re a great all round beauty brand.
Back to a more affordable brand, and that’s Essence. Essence products can be purchased via Wilko, Feelunique or JustMyLook here in the UK. They’re much more accessible in mainland Europe, and in the US but their products are amazingly affordable and cruelty free too.
Anastasia Beverly Hills
Possibly the best brand when it comes to brow products, ABH are another slightly more luxe cruelty free beauty brand. They’re known for iconic products like the Dipbrow Pomade and Modern Renaissance Palette, but none of their products or ingredients are tested on animals.
These are just four of the many, many different cruelty free beauty brands available right now.