Wouldn’t it be nice to live in a world where we didn’t have to pick up a product at the store and worry about who or what it was hurting, from the environment to animals to our own personal health? While a plentiful amount of people and companies are doing their part to make this a reality, the truth of the matter is that there is still so much work to do be done before we get there. That’s why we can’t help but celebrate any company making the switch to being cruelty-free and committed to saving animals. Along with the most recent company to go 100 percent vegan, Arbonne, we give you a healthy list of kind companies to help make your shopping experience for cruelty-free products easier.
This brand has never tested on animals. They’ve been on a “green journey for 35 years.”
This brand’s first focus was a pair of lip balms back in 2004. They now offer a full line of cosmetics, nail lacquers, and makeup brushes.
Pacifica’s range of products covers skin care, cosmetics, and a beautifully smelling perfume line.
This personal-care products company is free of parabens, sulfates, mineral oil, lanolin, petrolatum, and phthalates. Their products are made from fruit and plant extracts, essential oils, and herbs.
This company, which now offers hair care and styling products, cosmetics, and nail lacquers, began back in 1963 in England.
Dedicated to men, Billy Jealousy’s products include beard oil, pomade, and shaving products.
This line is all about taking care of color-treated hair with a full line of products infused with baobab fruit from the African baobab tree.
From antiperspirants to aftershave, body splash, cleansers, and washcloths, this line has been promoting the cruelty-free culture since 1992.
9. Certain Dri
This brand is doctor-recommended, and claims their antiperspirants offer “72-hour sweat and odor protection.”
This line carries animal-free cosmetic brushes, fake eyelashes, bath and spa products, and hair brushes.
This baby-focused brand is perfect for those who are expecting or have just given birth. They offer natural bath products, lotions, teas, and products to keep your little one soft and supple.
Nanshy offers cruelty-free makeup tools including brushes, sponges, and a wide range of accessories.
This skincare line has products ranging from deodorant to facial cleanser and toner, and says their products include just a few ingredients that are made “by a girl in her kitchen.”
14. The Fanciful Fox
This brand is based in New York and carries handmade bar soaps, shower and bath products, scrubs, facial cleansers, lip balms, and products for men and babies, too.
15. Hugo Naturals
Hugo Naturals carries body and haircare products, items for babies, and even aromatherapy mists.
16. Le Labo
Whether you want them for your home or for your travels, this perfume company has a variety of scents for both your body and your surroundings. They also offer oil, shower gel, and lotion.
A cruelty-free manicure never looked so good. NCLA has nail wraps, lacquers, and treatments to keep you looking fresh.
18. Per-fékt Beauty
Based in Hollywood, this beauty brand carries products for the body, face, eyes, and lips.
19. Sibu Beauty
To formulate skincare products rich in omega 3, 6, 7, and 9 fatty acids, this brand uses a fruit from the Tibetan Himalayas called sea buckthorn.
20. skyn ICELAND
This cruelty-free company’s products use ingredients from the Arctic, like glacial waters, botanicals, and marine elements.
Whatever your skincare needs, Sparitual’s many lines work to restore your healthy glow. They also offer nail treatments and polish, too.
Adults aren’t the only ones making a difference. This line is for teens and tweens, and offers deodorants in a variety of yummy scents, along with hair, skin, and other body products.
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