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Vegan Beauty: 7 Brands You Need To Know About

Vegan beauty fever has reached the beauty industry. This means that there are personal care, facial, and makeup products that do not include ingredients or derivatives from animals in their composition. Also, vegan cosmetics don’t run tests on animals; the purpose is to be cruelty-free, and made from natural ingredients.

Here are some brands that you should look for if you want to be part of the vegan beauty revolution:

Juice Beauty

The vegan cosmetic brand, created by actress Gwyneth Paltrow, is among the best. It offers non-toxic vegetable solutions with luxurious textures, pleasant smells, clinically-proven efficacy, durability, and glamour in shades and finishes. These are vegan products not tested on animals. They do not carry parabens, petroleum derivatives, pesticides, silicones, talcum, carbon black, phthalates, sulphates, PEGs or dyes, and artificial fragrances.

Vestige Verdant

This natural cosmetics firm for organic skin care is all the rage around the world. The collection consists of a mask, oil, and serum for the eyes. All products are organic and come in a jet black glass container with an exclusive design.

Alladale from Natura Siberica

The vegan line of Natura Siberica (a company known for formulating its cosmetics with plants from the wild Siberia) offers skin and hair care products that are produce in the most natural way. All the cosmetics from Alladale contain organic thistle, a symbol of Scotland, which is used to improve the skin and intensely hydrate it. It has the Cosmos Natural certificate and is recognized as a manufacturer of organic and vegan cosmetics and 98% of its ingredients are natural.

Agronauti Vegan Cosmetics

This brand of 100% vegan cosmetics was founded in 2015 in Milan. All products have 100% natural ingredients, free of mineral oils, silicones, parabens and are cruelty-free. This line offers moisturizers with sunscreen, hair care products, etc.

Botanique Pure Nature by La Biosthetique

These cosmetics are 100% natural, vegan and certified with natural extracts and pure aromatic essences. The line is divided into three: gentle, balancing, and intensive care for hair and skin.

Kivvi Cosmetics

From Latvia comes this firm that proposes a unique product that’s ecological, vegan, and cruelty free: the balsam of body jam. It’s 100% natural, ecological, biodynamic, and suitable for vegans.

Infuse My Color

A brand of shampoos that revitalize and revitalize hair color, created by Rob Forgione and Denis Kovalyov, an English hairdresser and stylist in 2016. These are vegan products and are 100% free of sulfates, silicones, and parabens.

More brands than ever are going vegan! It’s time to snag your seasonal skincare and makeup to show your support for cruelty-free brands around the world.


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