Advertisement - Continue Reading Below

8 Cruelty 😈 Free πŸ‘ Beauty πŸ’‹ Brands to Shop πŸ› ...

You'd think with the technology we have today, all businesses would choose to go the animal cruelty free route but sadly many of our favourite beauty brands actually still practise animal testing! Luckily for you, we did our homework and selected eight animal cruelty skincare and makeup products that you can enjoy guilt free.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below

1. Lush

Lush is well known for their focus on fresh handmade products with completely natural ingredients, so it's no surprise that they also have a strict no animal testing policy and only buy raw materials from companies that aren't involved in or commission the use of animals for testing. Best known for their sweet smelling bath-bombs and soaps, Lush is your one-stop shop for all cruelty-free beauty products.
lush.com

2. Body Shop

Similar to Lush, all of the ingredients in Body Shop's products are ethically sourced and strictly cruelty free. Body Shop was the first global cosmetics company to start campaigning to end animal testing in cosmetics. Following their sustained campaign, the UK government banned animal testing of cosmetic products and ingredients. Although they're probably more known for their skincare products (And easy christmas gifts for girls, am I right?), it also has a good range of makeup products, catering to both your makeup and skincare needs.
thebodyshop.com

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below

3. NYX

Not only is NYX a staple in the makeup bags of anyone obsessed with beauty β€” and on a budget (Anyone else obsessed with their matte lippies?), the company has also been a humble but committed member of PETA’s Beauty Without Bunnies program since 2010. Despite being acquired by L’OrΓ©al - a company that sells in China where tests on animals are required, NYX still remained completely cruelty-free under L’OrΓ©al’s ownership and has even begun labeling some of their makeup as vegan.
nyxcosmetics.com

4. Charlotte Tilbury

From the much coveted Magic Cream to creamy lip collections, celebrity-approved beauty brand Charlotte Tilbury's long-lasting, high-quality beauty products were practically made to set our hearts on fire. The added bonus that neither Charlotte Tilbury Beauty Ltd or their suppliers test their products or ingredients on animals for any cosmetic purposes, will make your next shopping spree at Tilbury 100% conscious free.
charlottetilbury.com

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below

5. Urban Decay

Urban Decay offers high-performance lip, face, body and eye makeup that's feminine but with an edge, their legendary eyeshadow palettes are cult-favourites. Animal loving readers will be glad to learn that Urban Decay is PETA certified cruelty-free. They don't test their products on animals, and requires their suppliers to certify that the raw materials used in the manufacture of Urban Decay products are not tested on animals.
urbandecay.com

6. Aesop

Aesop is a skin, hair and body care company committed to making products of the finest quality. Their hand soaps are practically a staple in the washrooms of high-end restaurants around town, and their latest skin care line "In Two Minds" addresses the needs of the often overlooked combination skin type. They only source plant-based and laboratory-made ingredients that are proven to be safe and effective, and have never tested their products or ingredients on animals. All new products are tested for safety using cumulative irritancy testing on human volunteers.
aesop.com

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below

7. BareMinerals

bareMinerals is best known for their makeup products that are 'so pure, you can sleep in it'. A coat of bareMinerals' Original Foundation will help you master that no-makeup makeup look. Their liquid, loose powder and pressed powder mineral foundations has fewer skin-irritating ingredients. Not only are their makeup products good for your skin, but you can also feel at ease using bareMinerals products knowing that they do not test on animals or work with any manufacturers that do animal testing. bareMinerals' natural haired brushes are made of Goat and Pony, but no animals are harmed in the process of making our brushes.
bareminerals.com

8. Too Faced

Too Faced is known for their high quality makeup products with a ultra-girly design and often fun, cheeky names. Youtubers rave about their classic Better Than Sex mascara, which gives you the most flattering fluttery curvy lashes with just one coat, and their latest Sweet Peach collection is currently all the rage. What makes their products even more attractive is knowing that no cute furry friends were harmed in the process of making your beloved makeups. Too Faced Cosmetics has been a dedicated member of PETA's Beauty Without Bunnies cruelty-free program since 2001.
toofaced.com

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
More From
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below