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The Best Vegan Beauty Products


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The Best Vegan Beauty Products

Going vegan isn't just about the food...

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Looking for the best vegan beauty brands? The search ends here. C&TH have found the best vegan beauty buys – from mascaras to moisturisers; we predict these beauty buys will quickly become your new favourites.

Tata Harper Crème Riche, £185

Tata Harper

There are no nasties in Tata Harper’s products, which use only natural and non-toxic ingredients. It’s worth investing in Crème Riche, the brand’s richest moisturizer ever which uses 43 powerful natural active ingredients for next level hydration. Proof that vegan beauty can be decadent, too.

Björk & Berries Botanist Body Wash, £19

Bjork Berries Body Wash

This Swedish brand specialises in ‘ecoluxury’ beauty products, many of which are 100% Vegan. This silky body wash makes the most of naturally-occurring ingredients, and is enriched with organic linseed oil and ultra-cleansing birch water. The beautiful Swedish forest scent is the cherry on top…

Nude by Nature Natural Definition Brow Palette, £30

Nude By Nature Brow Palette

Go natural with your brows as well as with the products you use. Nude by Nature is Australia’s number one mineral make up brand, using active natural ingredients such as macadamia oil, pro vitamin B5 and candelilla wax to create products that are cruelty-free without compromising on quality. The new brow collection features a versatile palette, pencil and brow mascara that can be used together or separately to create perfectly groomed eyebrows – that don’t cost the earth.

Kjaer Weis Eye Shadow, £32

Kjaer Weis Eyeshadow

Vegan, organic and sustainable – this might just be the perfect beauty product. Danish brand Kjaer Weis is ahead of the curve with its elegant silver compacts that can be refilled once the product is finished. And this gorgeous deep green eyeshadow colour is perfect for year-round glamour.

Spectrum Marbelous 12-Piece Brush Set, £64.99

Spectrum Marbelous Brush Set

That’s right, even your beauty tools can be ethical – Spectrum’s brushes boast high-quality bristles that have been made from synthetic hair, making them vegan and cruelty-free. We love their 12-Piece Marbleous Set which comes in a luxe rose gold, grey and white colourway.

Sukin Super Greens Cleansing Oil, £9.99

Sukin Cleansing Oil

Australian natural skincare brand Sukin uses a blend of natural oils to dissolve dirt, remove impurities and leave skin freshly cleansed and hydrated. It’s 100% vegan, carbon neutral and ‘doesn’t cost the earth’ – both in terms of your wallet and the environment. The full Sukin range is available at Holland & Barrett.

Alchemy Grapefruit Hair Remedy, £24

Alchemy Hair Remedy

Certified by the Vegan Society and PETA, Alchemy Oils provide guilt-free natural haircare solutions. The Grapefruit Hair Remedy contains a blend of 5 super oils to stimulate hair growth, strengthen your tresses and improve scalp condition, drawing on the ancient ayurvedic practice of hair oiling from India.

Gallinée Foaming Facial Cleanser, £13.90

Gallinee Facial Cleanser

An exciting new French pharmacy brand, Gallinée uses the latest research in microbiology to take care of the skin with its amazing prebiotic, probiotic and lactic acid complex products. This foaming facial cleanser is soap-free, ultra-gentle and contains 98% natural origin ingredients.

A’kin Cleansing Micellar Water, £12.50

A'kin micellar water

Micellar water is having a moment, and Australian skincare brand A’kin makes one that’s cruelty-free with no parabens,  sulfates or soap. Infused with Organic Coconut Water and Green Tea for added freshness, it effectively removes make-up and impurities without irritating your skin.

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Juice Beauty Phyto-Pigments Flawless Foundation, £42

Juice Beauty Phyto-Pigment Foundation

Omitting animal byproducts for plant-based pigments, Juice Beauty’s Flawless Serum Foundation has been carefully formulated to give skin a beautifully natural finish – simply build for fuller coverage.

Ilia Mascara, £22

Ilia Mascara

Vegan, cruelty-free, and made with 100% natural dye, Ilia’s mascara is suitable for even the most sensitive eyes. Apply for thicker and longer lashes in an instant.

RMS Beauty “Un” Cover-Up Concealer, £34

RMS Concealer

Renowned make-up artist Rose-Marie Swift is the brains behind RMS Beauty, the pure and organic brand that has been flying off shelves ever since launching. “Un” cover-up is a beautifully creamy concealer that covers and moisturizes at the same time, resulting in glowy, youthful skin.

Tata Harper Revitalizing Body Oil, £87

Tata Harper

Tata Harper’s body oil nourishes and revitalizes dry, sensitive or ageing skin, thanks 14 active natural ingredients including Rose and Apricot Kernal Oil. It also promotes cellular renewal, while the inclusion of Vitamins A, C and E make it perfect for the winter months. Your skin will thank you.

Inika Certified Organic Vegan Lipstick, £18

Inika LipstickInika’s Lipstick bypasses typical animal components like Carmine (dried, ground-up red beetles) for organic ingredients like jojoba and shea butter. Wonderfully moisturising and rich in colour, the shade After Dark will soon become your go-to red.

Clean Beauty Company Babe Balm, £28

babe balm

Babe Balm may be the Clean Beauty Company’s first product, but you’ll soon wonder how you ever got by without it. Vegan and cruelty-free, this multi-purpose formula can be used as a moisturiser, cleanser, or highlighter – just apply to the cheeks, brow bone or cupids bow.

Rahua Classic Shampoo, £28

Rahua

Not the cheapest, but surely your hair deserves the best too? 100% natural, the classic shampoo from Rahua gently cleanses your hair and transforms it at the same time, thanks to the potent oil used which hails from the Amazon rainforest. Especially good for weak, coloured hair.

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