Top Ten Cruelty Free Cosmetic Brandshappyhappyjoyjoy Being against animal cruelty and working on becoming a vegetarian or vegan in the near future I decided to do some research on some cosmetic brands and was surprised to see most of my favourites are not cruelty free. Luckily I found some brands that are very well cruelty free and I decided to make a list of them for anyone else looking for cruelty free cosmetics. All of these are confirmed through peeta and crueltyfreekitty. If you add something please make sure it is cruelty free to keep the list accurate. The whole point is to help others find some cruelty free brands!!
The Top Ten
NYX is a brand that consistently performs at a great price.
A note about cruelty-free, whether or not a brand tests its products is one question, but all of the ingredients that are in cosmetics were approved through animal testing-so every company's products are still the result of testing, otherwise we wouldn't have known if that ingredient was safe. I dunno, it's just where the lines kind of blur-y'kno? - keycha1n
They have some lovely lipsticks and some nice quality makeup if you ask me. - happyhappyjoyjoyVisit Website9
Lush is popular, but their products have far too much fragrance to possibly be good for skin. There's also plenty of scientifically proven irritants like lavender, tea tree oil, and eucalyptus. All of which break down skin cells and will cause permanent damage over time.
I had a dermatology phase. I'm sure hey have some good products, but just shy away from fragrance in general-it's really bad for skin. - keycha1n
Wow am I obsessed with LUSH. Their bath bombs and facials and soaps smell lovely and are very good on the skin. This company is also completely vegan and you guessed 100% cruelty free - happyhappyjoyjoyVisit Website9
Definitely a go to for one I'm giving gifts because they're afforable, cute and most importantly don't test! - happyhappyjoyjoyVisit Website9
I love motives. The best I have tried so far.Visit Website9
I have seen this as cruelty free, but I did see on crueltyfreekitty that some of their brushes do indeed use animals which is a reason it's low on the list. I have heard that their makeup doesn't test though. Just make sure to always do your research! - happyhappyjoyjoy
ELF's brushes have never exceeded $1, and I know the more expensive studio line has all synthetic bristles (greath brushes by the way). Just seems slim that ELF would sell real animal hairs-so I wouldn't worry. - keycha1n
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List StatsUpdated 17 Oct 2017
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2. NYX Cosmetics
3. Motives Cosmetics
2. NYX Cosmetics
3. Urban Decay