When I first went cruelty free last year I felt overwhelmed. So many of the brands I loved were tested on animals and I was left wondering where I could find cruelty free brands on the high street.
My favourite cruelty free beauty brandsJune 16, 2014
Superdrug: All of Superdrug’s own brand products are cruelty free, which means you can get cruelty free hair dye, hair spray, face masks, shower gel and more. Result.
Barry M: Cruelty free nail polish anyone? I’ve tried their eyeshadow and cheek palette and foundation also and it’s all really good.
nSPA: Exclusive to ASDA, nSPA offer a great extensive and affordable range of skincare products, my favourite is their moisturiser.
Sanctuary Spa + Soap & Glory: Both brands say they do not test on animals, so wahay for cruelty free high street shower, bath and pampering products.
LUSH: Before going cruelty free I’d never tried LUSH before but their skincare products are amazing and not that expensive really. For example a pot of their face cleanser is around £5 and lasts me two-three months. They also produce some great fragrances too, which are a bit tricky to come across at decent prices if you’re cruelty free.
Elf: Another brand I hadn’t tried before going cruelty free. Their mineral foundation is great (a pot doesn’t last long though) and I love their blush. They have a massive range of really affordable products.
What is your favourite cruelty free brand?