The Best Vegan Cosmetic Brands

The Best Vegan Cosmetic Brands

After talking about why it is important to remove makeup before going to sleep, now let's talk about something that also involves makeup and that is about brands that are vegan and cruelty-free.

Well... to look beautiful we do not have to go over any species or put things on our face that we do not know what they are, and that can be harmful in the long term. Fortunately, there are more and more vegan cosmetic brands, willing to offer quality with high environmental responsibility.

Here are the vegan cosmetic brands for you to consider when buying responsibly:


Revuele is a brand originally from Bulgaria, but that operates around the world,  especially in Europe and Latin America. They already have about 30 years of experience and specialize in cosmetics and personal hygiene products. In fact, its portfolio exceeds 300 products.

Among its catalog, we can find skincare products, ranging from argan oil to hyaluronic acid, through Gotu kola, ceramides, and collagen; as well as hair care products. They have everything to cover your daily personal care, as well as to solve more specific problems.


Bamboology is one of the affiliate brands of Niche Beauty Lab and stands out for being an option of facial care products made with ingredients of organic origin, not an animal.

It should be noted that this brand specializes directly in skincare, so you will find detoxifying active carbon masks, oils, lip balms, or for facial cleansing, eye correctors, lip moisturizers, and much more.

Also, the packaging is gorgeous, with super cute bamboo packaging. So, once you run out of the product, they will serve you to give a nice decoration to your bathroom.


One of the things that matter most to us when we talk about vegan cosmetics is the fact that the products are also cruelty-free, i. e., they have not been tested on animals.

Bareminerals guarantees this to us in each of its products, since they not only use pure and quality ingredients, free of parabens, triclosan, and other substances that can be harmful, but they do not perform cruel tests on animals. For me, it is a great point in its favor.

Although there are no Bareminerals stores in some countries, you can get their products on Amazon or stores like Primor, Arenal, etc.

The Body Shop

Originating on the south coast of England, specifically in the city of Brighton, The Body Shop has offered quality products for more than 40 years. From the beginning, they dedicated themselves to working with natural and ethical ingredients, so all their products are vegetarian and not tested on animals so half of their catalog is 100% vegan cosmetics.

You can find everything from skincare products like oils and acids, to haircare, fragrances, and even vegan makeup for eyebrows, lips, cheeks, and more.


One of the things I like the most about Lush is that it is part of the group of brands that do not test on animals. In addition to that, all their products are handmade and their ingredients are sourced ethically, through fair trade. Apart from this, they are 100% vegetarian and currently have a good variety of vegan options in their catalog.

For example, they have a whole vegan facial routine, which includes everything from makeup remover, facial cleansers, toners, vegan creams, masks, lip scrubs, and much more. They also have vegan products for hair, shower, and even delicious fragrances.

Eco Tools

Although many brands that are dedicated to cosmetics are already 100% vegetarian, the truth is that not all of them are dedicating themselves to vegan cosmetics. Eco Tools stands out because its entire catalog is vegan, cruelty-free, and uses recyclable and reusable materials in its products, from plantable labels to biodegradable paper, recycled aluminum, and plastic.

Its products include makeup brushes for the eyes or face, brush cleaners, essential tools for your skincare routines such as jade or amethyst facial rollers. They also have hairbrushes and other items like sponges, makeup removers, and sleep masks.

Deborah Lippman

This is a brand that has a bit of everything. In Deborah Lippman, you can get vegan and cruelty-free products focused mainly on the care and beauty of the hands and nails.

In fact, they not only offer cosmetic polishes of different colors and materials, such as gel polishes, but they also have polishes with special ingredients to help in the care and strengthening of the nails. For example, there are cuticle strengthening kits, file packs, or nourishing nail treatments. They also include creams and other foot care products.

Real Techniques

Real Techniques is another one of those brands that pride themselves on having a completely vegan and animal abuse-free range of products. In fact, they are certified by PETA, the American organization for the ethical treatment of animals.

Its product catalog is focused on the tools that every woman will need to apply makeup and always be radiant: very high-quality sponges, both individual and in kits, as well as a wide range of high-quality brushes and for all applications possible.

Similarly, you can also get brush cleaners and covers for your sponges.


For more than 20 years, Florame has been working in vegan cosmetics, responsible and with quality natural ingredients, moving away mainly from parabens, phenoxyethanol, silicones, dyes, or synthetic fragrances. This has earned them Ecocert, AB, and Cosmebio certifications.

If I review all the products offered by the brand, they are aimed at making hygiene a sensory experience, as in the case of its family shampoo with orange and lavender or its Verveine Pétillante perfume with citrus notes. A delight!


Its name, Lavera, means the truth, and this German natural cosmetics firm has tried to be faithful since its inception, which dates back to 1987. They do not only care about what is inside: ingredients and formulas, but also about how those ingredients are sourced and how these products are packaged.

They have a wide presence in Europe, and the preference of more and more users is due to the combination of a quality formula, with good results and prices. Its face and lip creams are wonderful.

There are many other brands, just check the product label to ensure it is made with natural and organic ingredients that do not have animal parts.

By the way, the fact that they are cruelty-free does not mean that they are vegan, they are different concepts. Although both categorizations can come hand in hand, technically vegan is not the same as cruelty-free. A product can be vegan and tested on animals, or vice versa. Let’s pay attention to it.
If none of these brands is present in your country, you can find out which are the vegan and cruelty-free brands that you can use, we will be doing a great favor to animals and the environment.  Animals suffer a lot in those laboratories, so this problem is on our hands, you can check this short documentary named Save Ralph.
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