Cruelty-Free Beauty

From skin care to makeup must-haves: Everything your vegan beauty kit needs.


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Luxury French skin care brand Clarins is launching a new range of products developed for all skin types – oily, “problem,” and normal. My Clarins, the name of the new range, is aimed at the 18 to 25-year-olds. It features nine facial care products such as cleansing milk, cleansing cream, moisturizer, a hydrating mist, and […]
Procter & Gamble, one of the world’s top cosmetics brands, wants to end global cosmetic animal testing by 2023. The global consumer goods giant announced today that it joined the #BeCrueltyFree campaign launched by animal rights nonprofit, Humane Society International (HSI). Procter & Gamble owns a total of 19 cosmetics companies, including Olay, Old Spice, […]
There are a number of vegan skincare products to choose from on the market, with new brands making cleansers and face masks out of everything from spinach to mushrooms. However, vegan skincare brand Megababe‘s natural products are unique in a different way; they’re all about taking “the Ouch and the Ugh out of being a […]
Philadelphia-based hair and skincare brand Espinache offers a range of vegan and cruelty-free beauty products all infused with one iron-rich superfood: spinach. Founded by Dora Sobze, a self-confessed spinach addict, the brand offers a multitude of cruelty-free personal care products designed for dry hair and dry skin. Its newest collection, the Clarity Collection, launched at […]
The Australian government has passed a bill that effectively bans animal testing for cosmetics in the country. The Industrial Chemical Charges Bill 2017 was introduced into the House of Representatives in June of 2017, Fashion Journal reported, though this is the first time action has been taken. Australia will no longer accept results derived from […]
Pharmacy chain Superdrug is seeing the benefits of the just-passed Veganuary campaign, where thousands of Brits ditched animal products for one month. A record 250,000 people across the globe signed up for the campaign. Sales of some of the vegan cosmetics in the store’s own-brand “B.” increased 750 percent, according to data from Cosmetics Business. The […]