We hope you had a great week! This week we're coming back at you with another blog. With so many beauty products floating around, it's important for many of us to use safe, cruelty-free products. Today, we're going to give you a great list of different beauty brands that we trust and recommend.
The good news, its that options for Cruelty-Free products have grown immensely in the last few years. More companies are starting to recognize the impacts of testing on animals, or using animals for production. Many people think that a Cruelty-Free product comes with a big price tag, however, that is completely untrue. You'll be surprised to learn how many well-loved brands have taken a step in the right direction! Let's get started!
YES! It's true. In November of 2018, CoverGirl officially became the biggest makeup brand to become Cruelty-Free! They are internationally recognized as a company that doesn't test on animals. Needless to say, you don't have to splurge to shop Cruelty-Free!
bareMinerals doesn't test on animals, at all. Their make-up also happily doesn't contain any preservatives, oils, fragrances or damaging chemicals. This brand is also relatively affordable and has a wide variety of products!
Queen Riri's make-up brand took the world by storm when it launched with an incredible 40 foundation shades and brands have since followed suit, with what the beauty industry dubbed 'The Fenty Effect'. What's even more impressive is that the entire line is completely cruelty-free.
Alright, we know we've talked about this brand in our blog before, but it really is so reliable, and yes- CRUELTY-FREE! Glossier strives to create ethically responsible products that you'll want to use every day. This brand remains committed to maintaining a 100-percent cruelty-free stance. Love!
If you're looking for a Cruelty-Free shampoo brand, Shea Moisture is the one. Being cruelty-free is just one of their many successions: It's also organic, fair-trade, and eco-friendly, and the shea butter in each product is ethically sourced from women's co-ops in Northern Ghana.
rightest creams, shiniest metallics, and most intense glitter nail polishes we've ever seen. The brand has used certified-organic and fair-trade ingredients, and the products are five-free, vegan, and cruelty-free — and that includes its body products, too.
Whilst Lush are mainly known for their colourful bath bombs, shower gels and face masks, they have branched out into the make-up biz. The brand launched their naked (plastic-free) foundation earlier this year in 40 shades and have a refillable lipstick collection. Everything is not only cruelty-free but also plastic-free which makes for one ethical brand.
E.L.F. has replaced the beeswax and lanolin in its products with synthetic versions, making them not just cruelty-free but vegan as well. And with eye-shadow palettes for $10 and the perfect lipsticks for $3, you can't get much better than that.
Well, that's a wrap, darlings! We hope this simple guide will assist you in perfecting your beauty routine! Why not add a little bling to your daily routine as well? Check out our fave products of the week below!
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