16 Cruelty-Free Beauty Brands You Should Know About

Not all skincare and beauty brands involve unnecessary slaughter of life to make their products better. Here are some of the leading cruelty free beauty brands you should know about.

  1. Lush


Beauty products from this brand “Lush”-fresh handmade cosmetics form the basis of the holy grail of absolutely vegan and cruelty-free beauty products. This United Kingdom based company was co-founded by a trichologist and beauty therapist. As the brand label goes, the products are actually fresh and handmade.

  1. Charlotte Tilbury

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This is the 20 years experience of Charlotte Tilbury as a make-up artist put to huge advantage. After such long, she perfectly knows what fits where. The quality and finish of the products is pretty amazing and so are the prices!! Moreover, they do not ever test their products on animals or use such products as ingredients. The magic foundation by this brand has found its way to Vogue magazine’s top 10 foundations.

  1. Nanshy


Make up brushes from Nanshy are purely vegan, synthetic and do not use animal hair. The prices are quite fitting into pockets and the finish they give to make-up is simply flawless.

  1. Barry M

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There is this “Be cruelty free” campaign that is run by the Humane society international of which Barry M is an active part of. It does not test on animals and has a wide range of affordable products. The lip tints nail lacquers and cheek contour are all pretty good quality products worth trying.

  1. B.


Makeup is a premium absolutely vegan makeup and skincare brand exclusive to Superdrug. The products are all cruelty-free and certified under the internationally recognised Humane Cosmetics Products Standards. The skincare products claim to contain high concentrations of well known ingredients that suit almost all types of skin.

6. Too Faced

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This is one serious makeup brand that knows how to have fun!! The unique chocolate and confectionary alike packing makes these products look out of the world cute. The products are vegan and devoid of any cruel tests on animals. They also avail synthetic brushes. Also, unique and innovative names like Candy cane, naughty kisses and sweet cheeks among the melted matte long wear lipsticks and the chocolate bar eye shadow palette are among the most popular products.

  1. Pixi


Pixi uses all non toxic and natural ingredients in its 100% cruelty free products. The Pixi Glow Tonic has become quite admirable le in the market.

  1. Becca


Becca cosmetics is the one high end makeup firm that has been too much in the news recently due to the takeover by Estee Lauder. Besides being completely vegan and cruelty free, Becca cosmetics is a part of research projects to prove that cruelty-free methods of testing are more relevant and reliable. These trials are conducted on paid human volunteers.

  1. Nailberry


Nailberry L’Oxygene, as the name suggest is a leading nail lacquer company. The products are vegan-friendly, cruelty-free, and really pretty. They contain a breakthrough 5 chemical free formula (no formaldehyde, no toluene, no camphor, no DPB, no formaldehyde resin) that lets air and moisture pass through the polish. They also have an added advantages of UV filters keep discolouration and yellowing under control.

  1. Burt’s Bees

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This is an American personal care products subsidiary of Clorox. Burt’s Bees offers natural skin care products and has an exclusive “no testing on animals” policy. They call their products Earth friendly and natural. The social responsibility state of the company seems quite high from their Greater Good foundation. They help non-profit initiatives with 10% of the website sales.

  1. Lottie London

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Lottie London is another brand that is cruelty free and uses vegan friendly ingredients in its products. All the products are so cutely packaged; they could make you go drooling over them.  The brushes are quite popular and being synthetic are safe as well.

  1. Shea Moisture

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Shea Moisture is a very popular natural products firm with certified organic shea butter in all of its products. This forms the ultimate desire of every natural haired girl. Besides, the proper organic nature of its products, shea moisture take pride in being a completely eco-friendly and cruelty-free brand, and supporting fair trade. This forms a lot much of goodness.

  1. Amika


Amika is a high end line of professional hair tools range that is absolutely cruelty-free. Amika hair care products come in this cute as anything packaging and the perk up dry shampoo has been a very trending a product recently.

  1. Carol’s Daughter

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Carol’s Daughter is one of the brands for natural hair care and beauty products under the L’Oreal label umbrella. The products for hair body and face care are made of natural ingredients and are cruelty free worldwide. They also sell an exclusive range of amazing fragrances. The body scrubs, hair milk and cleansing gels are quite popular.

  1. Makeup Revolution London

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Now, this is a brand almost all the ladies out there know about. The quality of the products is always beyond criticism and the prices affordable. This would make all the users happy that neither the products nor the ingredients are tested on animals. The eye shadow palettes are always a wonder!

  1. Paul Mitchell

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The brand is a leading cruelty-free hair products range founded by Paul Mitchell and John Paul DeJoria in 1980. They have been innovating professional hair products since then. The brand has been proudly against animal testing from the very start. They have also supported campaigns to save female lives from breast and ovarian cancers. Also, John was recently honoured for his philanthropic work at the Carmel international film festival.