Top 10 Vegan Beauty Products

Updated: Jan 25

If you have been partaking in Veganuary you may already have some of your favourite vegan products to hand. However, if you are still transitioning to a fully vegan lifestyle, we are here with our favourite vegan beauty products to help you make the switch. It can be easier than you may think to switch out your usual beauty routine for animal-friendly alternatives, recently a lot of brands have gone down the vegan route, so you may already be using vegan products without realising.


Fenty Beauty PRO FILT'R Soft Matte Longwear Foundation £27

Not only does Fenty Beauty carry a diverse line of products in many different shades, but the brand is also cruelty-free and the majority of the products they sell are vegan. All 50 shades of Pro Filt'r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation are vegan, so finding your perfect vegan match is easier than you think. Fenty Beauty is also available to buy in the UK from boots.com


WunderBrow 1-Step Brow Gel £20

You can even swap your brow products for a vegan alternative, WunderBrow includes an easy to use mascara wand so you can brush through your brows in seconds.


Alima Pure Luminous Shimmer Blush £20

This 100% natural blush is pure, luscious and richly pigmented and applies sheerly to give a luminous glow to the cheeks. It can also be easily built up to achieve more intensity if desired, made from 100% pure pigments and is free from preservatives.


Spectrum Element Matte Lipstick £10.39

The comfortable and lightweight formula has mattifying mineral powders which coat your lips in a richly pigmented colour, with an intense matte finish. The product is 100% vegan and cruelty-free and it is rich in emollients and antioxidants so it will rejuvenate your lips.


Kat Von D 'Tattoo Liner' Liquid Eyeliner £18

The vegan, high-pigment formula features all-day-long wear that's waterproof and smudge-resistant. It features an ultra-precise brush tip for super-easy application and ultimate precision.


Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara £22

The most popular mascara in the U.S, Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara is vegan, in fact, most of the Too Faced products are vegan. It is enriched with film-forming polymers and collagen to provide smudge-proof, all-day wear, as well as acacia senegal tree extract to nourish, thicken and lock each curled lash in place.


YOPE Coconut and Sea Salt Shower Gel £8.29

The Natural Shower Gels from Polish brand, YOPE, contains a mixture of gentle washing aids obtained from coconut oil, palm kernel and corn, it gently refreshes and hydrates the skin, leaving it soft and smooth.


Grow Gorgeous intense thickening shampoo (£11.20) and conditioner (£12.60)

Peta-certified vegan haircare brand, Grow Gorgeous, offer a shampoo and conditioner that harnesses the power of caffeine to stimulate roots, while rice protein helps tame flyaways and add shine.


Green People Quinoa & Prebiotics Deodorant £11

Completely free from aluminium chlorohydrate and skin-drying alcohol, these hard-hitting natural ingredients tackle odour by using prebiotics, which supports and promotes the skin’s own healthy natural bacterial flora and restricts odour forming bacteria, zinc ricinoleate, absorbs odour molecules, preventing them from entering the air, and potassium alum, boasts a powerful antibacterial action, without blocking the pores and allowing the skin to breathe.


Tisserand Aromatherapy’s Real Calm Bath Oil £13.90

This relaxing blend of Lavender, Bergamot and Patchouli 100% natural pure essential oils, leaving the skin beautifully cleansed and your mind calm. The bath oil is vegan-friendly and cruelty-free, free from parabens, and animal-derived ingredients. With the added sustainability bonus of being encased in a bottle that is made from 50% PCR plastic.


Veganuary, and even being vegan beyond January, is not just about swapping out meat for a plant-based alternative, it is so much more than that. It is also about making cruelty-free and sustainable choices when it comes to the beauty products we use. Luckily for us, more and more brands are getting involved in producing vegan products, meaning it makes it so much easier for us to opt for a vegan-friendly product. From now on, make the conscious effort to look for vegan products you can use in your day to day life.

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