• Adelle Tracey

Cruelty-Free Beauty Brands


Cruelty-free status means a product is not tested on animals and not sold in China where law require companies to test on animals. Cruelty-free makeup is a particularly hot topic with veganism is on the rise. A lot of brands now offer vegan and cruelty-free products and are becoming more conscious of their natural properties and ethical testing process. However even if you are not vegan, Cruelty- free products are something we can all be a lot more mindful of.


CRUELTY- FREE BRANDS

Brands listed below A-Z are just SOME of the amazing cruelty-free brands you might already recognise. These brands and their supplier don’t test any finished products on animals. Nor do they sell in China where the law requires finished products to be tested on animals. However its important to note that not all cruelty-free products are vegan too. Some may have products that include ingredients like beeswax, meaning they are Vegetarian, not vegan. Look out for the 'Ve' next to the products listed, if your looking out for vegan brands too.


ARDELL

Anastasia Beverly Hills

Aveda

Ben Nye

Boots

Barry M

Bareminerals

Becca

Bulldog (Ve)

Coola

Cover Fx (Ve)

Charlotte Tilbury

CYO cosmetics

DR. PAWPAW (Ve)

Dermalogica

Devacurl

Dose of colour (Ve)

DR. HAUSCHKA

ECOTOOLS (Ve)

Elemis

ELF (Ve)

EMBROYLISSE

Evolve Organic Beauty (Ve)

Eyeko

Ellis Faas

Faith in Nature

Green People (Ve)

GLOSSIER

Hourglass

House of Lashes

INIKA Organic (Ve)

Illamasqua

JASON

Jeffree Star (Ve)

KIKO

Kat Von D (Ve)

KJaer Wiess (Ve)

KRYOLAN

LUSH

Linda Hallberg (Ve)

Liz Earl

Lime Crime (Ve)

Mario Badescu

MARC JACOBS

MILK Makeup

M&S

Mehron

NIP + FAB

Natura (Ve)

NYX

No7

Natasha Denona

Nude by Nature

Ole Henriksen

ORIBE

OLAPLEX

Patchology

Pai (Ve)

PIXI (Ve)

Pur Cosmentics

Rodial (Ve)

REN

Real Techniques (Ve)

RMS Beauty

Smashbox

Shea Moisture

Skin in Motion

Stila

St. Ives

Superdrug

The Body Shop

Tarte

The Ordinary (Ve)

Too Faced

Trilogy (Ve)

The Body Shop

Urban Decay

Umberto Gainini (Ve)

Velvet report (Ve)

Wet & Wild

Weleda

YES TO

ZOEVA


ORGANICALLY CERTIFIED

If you are conscious about where the ingredients in products are sourced then you might want to use organically certified products. Organically certified does not necessarily mean the brand is also cruelty-free and vegan but gives some certainty that ingredients included are organically sourced. Listed are a couple established organically certified brands that I use regularly in my kit and are cruelty-free & vegan.


INIKA Organic - Their mineral base Sunbeam bronzer, Dew drop highlighter and Burnt peach blush are beautiful skin products that don't contain any harsh fragrances and are kind on the skin. I would also recommend their Long lash Mascara and Matt finish lipstick crayons which are long lasting and have a velvet finish that doesn't dehydrate the lips. Inika's packaging is Biodegradable and the branding on packaging is with oat ink so does naturally wear away. See featured in blog photo.


Green People - Adore their Gentle cream cleanser & makeup removed, suitable for prepping all skin types and Vita Min Fix 24- hour cream to prep the skin for makeup. The volumising mascara is great for creating full lashes too!


Evolve Organic Beauty - Love the raw cocoa and blueberry radiant glow mask for skin prep & Hyaluronic eye complex which is a staple in my kit. Products have very few ingredients so packaging labels are easy to understand and glass packaging makes them fully recyclable .


For more information on Cruelty-free makeup, haircare and skincare visit www.Peta.org & www.leapingbunny.org


Photo's included are taken by Adelle Tracey


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