Natural & Organic Skincare Suitable for Vegans

Natural and Organic Skincare Suitable for Vegans
Following on from my last post, I am often approached by readers looking for natural and organic skincare which is also suitable for Vegans. It's not easy to fit this need especially with the popularity of beeswax and honey but there are options available. The way I see it, a consumer has two choices, either only buy from brands you know are Vegan and/or have the Vegan Trademark or from those who have suitable items in their range but do use animal derived ingredients in other products. This is of course an entirely personal choice. 

In regards to my lists below, there may be many more suitable brands out there but bear in mind that my choices meet my "green" ingredient standards.

Vegan Trademark or 100% Vegan
Barefoot SOS
Crazy Rumors
Deep Steep
Faith in Nature
Orchard View Naturals
PHB Ethical Beauty
Pure Chimp
Skin Blossom

Suitable Products 
(brands who use honey & beeswax in some of their products)
Bathing Beauty
Conscious Skincare (vegetarian society approved, some products vegan friendly)
Dr Bronner's (except for Lip Balms & Body Balms)

Fushi (All products are suitable for vegetarians and over 85% are suitable for Vegans)
Green People
Handmade Naturals (products are vegan but excludes lip balm & external stock)
I Am Natural (All vegan products have been approved by The Vegan Society)
Lulu & Boo (The majority of product range is registered as vegan by the Vegan Society)
Mel Millis

Pure Thoughts
Ravenscourt Apothecary

These are all skincare companies but some do sell cosmetics. I previously blogged about carmine free makeup brands - click here. If you have any further suggestions which are not on the list, please let me know so we can explore more options.

Sarah x

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  1. Great post! I bet that will be so useful for so many people!
    I will certainly be looking into some of those brands as they are new names to me. I am not vegan with my make up/skin care but I certainly do lean very strongly towards it so I will be excited to refer back to this list.
    Rach xx

    1. Thank you, I want my list to be inviting to everyone so it's nice to hear that you are interested in exploring these brands :)

  2. This is a very considerate post, will be passing along to my friends who are vegan. thank you :) I've been dying to try Gaia creams, thoughts?

    1. Thank you. I've tried two products from Gaia and I have enjoyed using them, you can't fault the passion and ingredients. Products do have a shorter shelf life because ingredients are raw which can be a downside for some people.


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