The number of vegan beauty brands continues to grow as the demand for more sustainable and compassionate products increases. These kind companies leave out the ugly animal-derived ingredients that you might find in other beauty products. From cosmetics to skincare and more, this guide can point you to products that will help you look and feel fabulous.

Keep Your Skin Looking Healthy With These Vegan Beauty Brands

Alchimie Forever

Alchimie Forever is the brainchild of a world-class dermatologist based in Switzerland and a PETA Business Friend. The brand is cruelty-free and woman-owned, and it offers skincare products with clean formulations for clinical results.

Dr Botanicals

This PETA Business Friend makes skincare products that are inspired by some of our favorite vegan foods. Its recognizable ingredients are being elevated—they’re no longer just for snacks.

Earth Kiss

Looking for a certified organic face mask option? Earth Kiss has you covered with clay, peel-off, and sheet masks.

ESW Beauty

Keep your face looking fresh with this company’s Vanilla Oat Milk Nourishing Plant-Based Milk Mask or Pineapple Bliss Revitalizing Raw Juice Mask. Sustainability is a priority for this beauty brand, so its face masks are compostable and the packaging is recyclable.

Ferver

This skincare brand is all about harnessing the power of fermentation, which, according to the company, helps break down active ingredients to make them easier for your skin to absorb. Ferver’s line includes moisturizing cream cleansers, a vegan collagen serum, and more.

ferver vegan skincare line© Ferver

Hylunia

If you’re searching for revitalizing serums, creams, and lotions, this brand’s website is an excellent place to start looking. Visit the online shop to see everything it has to offer.

MDSolarSciences

This skincare brand focuses on protecting your skin from harmful ultraviolet rays. In addition to sunscreen, it carries serums and eye creams.

MuLondon

MuLondon’s award-winning and delicious-smelling moisturizers and cleansers would make great additions to your routine.

NCLA Beauty

Scrubs, body butters, and lip care from NCLA Beauty will help you look and smell delicious.

NuRevealSkincare

This woman-owned skincare company brings the spa to you with its small batch scrubs, cleansers, and more. Every product sticks to a strict ingredient list that avoids synthetic fragrances and, of course, anything stolen from an animal.

Odacité

Located in California, this beauty brand focuses on serums for a variety of skin types and blemishes. It also offers a free skin consultation with an aesthetician to create the best routine for you.

Qualerex Beauty

Natural ingredients are the key to this aesthetician-founded skincare brand. Its products range fom an arabica coffee body scrub to a clay mask with algae and spirulina.

Sibu Beauty

This company uses a fruit from the Tibetan Himalayas called sea buckthorn to formulate skincare products that are high in omega 3, 6, 7, and 9 fatty acids.

skyn ICELAND

Founded by a former beauty-industry executive, skyn ICELAND uses ingredients from the Arctic—including glacial waters, botanicals, and marine elements—to create products that moisturize, clean, and heal stressed skin.

Nail Your Mani-Pedi With These Vegan Polishes

786 Cosmetics

Choose from more than 70 shades of this vegan and halal nail polish. The Chicago-based company also offers a number of nail-care products.

Adesse New York

Keep your nails looking healthy with this eco-conscious brand’s nail-care products and polish. Try the gel effect for a longer lasting manicure, or turn up the fun with some glitter or liquid chrome polish.

Hoopla

This company’s nail polish is the perfect size to take with you in case of a chipped polish emergency. Mix and match individual colors, or get one of the prepackaged sets.

YAPA

With close to 100 colors to choose from, you’ll be sure to find a nail polish that fits your needs. The company’s products are made in the U.S. and available to purchase online.

Keep Your Makeup Kit Kind With Products From These 100% Vegan Brands 

Axiology

Not only is this beauty brand cruelty-free, it’s also palm oil–free and zero-waste. Made with just nine ingredients, its three-in-one crayon works for eyes, lips, and cheeks.

EcoTools Beauty

In addition to animal-free cosmetics brushes, EcoTools carries fake eyelashes, bath and spa products, and hair brushes.

Nanshy

Nanshy’s wide variety of cruelty-free makeup tools should satisfy all your brush, sponge, and accessory needs.

Spectrum Collections

Themed make-up supplies that don’t use animal hair or other cruel ingredients? Yes, please! These products are both cute and kind, making them the perfect combo.

Vegan Hair-Care Brands You Can Feel Good About

Colorproof

Colorproof takes care of color-treated hair with a full line of hair-care products, including those infused with baobab fruit from the African baobab tree.

 Number 4 High Performance Hair Care

This company offers an extensive line of hair-care products ranging from shampoo and conditioner to gel and hairspray. Not ready to commit to the full-size bottles? Get one of the “Try Me” kits to see what works best for you.

Vegan Beauty Brands That Offer a Little Bit of Everything

Arbonne

This eco-friendly health and beauty company has been “on a green journey for 35 years” and has never tested its products on animals. You can shop through its online store.

BWC: Beauty Without Cruelty

Founded in England in 1963, Beauty Without Cruelty offers a plethora of goods, including hair-care and -styling products, skincare products, a full line of cosmetics, and even nail lacquers.

The Fanciful Fox

This New York–based “soaperie” has it all: handmade bar soaps, shower and bath products, scrubs, facial cleansers, and lip balms.

Max Green Alchemy

Products from this caring company include hair, body, and even beard care. Every product uses 100% plant-based ingredients and is made in the U.S.

Pacifica

Pacifica offers a full range of skincare products, cosmetics, and perfume. You can find a number of these affordable products at your local Target store.

Sparitual

This company offers several different skincare lines to heal and restore your skin based on its specific needs as well as nail treatments and polish.

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These are just some of the many vegan beauty brands out there. If you’re curious about others, you can visit PETA’s Beauty Without Bunnies database. This convenient tool lists more than 6,000 businesses that never test their products on animals and indicates whether a company is fully vegan.

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