The vegan beauty brands you haven’t heard of but *need* to know about
This vegan Swiss skincare brand has just landed in the UK and we’re already obsessed. Yes, it’s bathroom shelfie-friendly but also PETA-approved and all about blending organic botanics, natural clays and precious gemstones to make products that will leave your skin feeling and looking peachy.
For girls that want to glow in a cruelty-free, organic kind of way, this is the self-tanning brand for you. This vegan fake tan also happens to be 100% streak-free too, such a winner.
We love the transparency of this organic skincare brand, everything is labelled extensively and almost all the products are vegan-friendly (just not the makeup, yet). The shower gels were especially made for eczema and psoriasis sufferers and don’t feel like the usual thick, gloopy creams and gels.
Leading the way for conscious haircare, this brand is 100% vegan and cruelty-free. For ultra-nourished locks, try the new Spa Argan Oil Repair range – it contains five natural based products, all 100% free from sulfates, parabens and phosphates.
Finland’s number one skincare brand has just landed in the UK, and the best part? Every single product is vegan. We love the Glow Boost Essence (£29.90) and Beauty Serum (£27).
Inika was one of the first brands to create Certified Organic makeup that doesn’t lack pigment, and the vast majority of the products are vegan, too. Just look for the little sunflower symbol on the box.
Stocked in Boots both singularly and in sets, Ecotools fulfils all your beauty tool needs with vegan-friendly makeup brushes and accessories.
From our Australian friends across the pond comes a natural and effective skincare brand in Sukin. The cleanser smells subtly of oranges and removes most makeup easily.
A large portion of Tata Harper products are vegan, but always double check. The resurfacing mask is a skincare rockstar and is on the vegan safe-list.
Urban Veda’s natural skin care products are not only vegan but smell beautiful. The reviving range, in particular, has a beautiful rose scent.
Standing for ‘By Beauty Insiders’, BYBI was founded by two beauty bloggers, who wanted to create a range that was 100 per cent natural, vegan and cruelty-free – but far from basic. They currently stock six skincare products and are ones to watch…
Odylique have been producing natural skin care since 1984. Fast forward to 2018 and they have a broad range of makeup, body and hair products – the majority of which are also vegan-friendly.
Purple Tree is the new vegan kid on the block, launching with a multi-purpose balm that can be used all over the body. It’s also ideal for applying loose glitter come festival time.
A vegan tan? Yes please! And it only takes two hours to develop. Winning.
Herbatint is our go-to for all things vegan hair. From at-home dyes, to soothing shampoos and conditioners – they’re also free from ammonia, SLS and parabens.