25 Vegan Beauty Brands To Support (Organic, Fair-Trade and Sustainable)

some of our favourite vegan beauty brands on a table

The global skincare market is estimated to be $148.3 billion U.S. dollars, with much of the growth fuelled by our desire for natural and organic products.

Going al naturale is essential for our health, but is also critical when it comes to sustainability, fair trade practices and eliminating animal cruelty. But not all “eco-friendly” cosmetics are what they claim.

As a mindful consumer, you need to see past the greenwashing to find products that tick all your boxes. Oh, and even after all of that, you need a product that ACTUALLY performs and legitimately earns a spot inside your bathroom cabinet.

To help with your research, I’ve curated a list of my favourite vegan beauty brands based on our relentlessly strict criteria. Within each description, you’ll find details about the brand, the price range, my favourite products and where the products can be shipped.

If you personally know me, you know how seriously and diligently I check everything before I put it on my body.

After years of learning about what is put into conventional products, I’ve been asked on numerous occasions what brands and products I personally use and recommend. This is why I’ve created this post.

You can be confident that every single one of the brands listed here I stand wholeheartedly behind at the time of posting. 

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What’s on your list cruelty-free beauty brands?

Hopefully, the brands we’ve recommended helps you find what you need. We’d love your help to expand upon this list in the comments below so that everyone can benefit. Our world needs more businesses that are ethical, sustainable and good for people, the planet and animals.

Other articles on ethical shopping:

  1. 50+ High-Quality Ethical & Sustainable Clothing Brands
  2. Our Minimalist Bathroom Essentials
  3. The Psychology of Appealing Brands
  4. Spend More Money As a Minimalist Vegan
  5. 10 Nasty Ingredients To Avoid In Skincare (And Why)

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6 thoughts on “25 Vegan Beauty Brands To Support (Organic, Fair-Trade and Sustainable)”

  1. Thank you soooo much for this list, this is so helpful!! I’m wondering if you have any suggestions for candle companies? I really value your opinion because I feel like you take the time to do proper research, and it’s been so difficult to find candles that don’t have synthetic fragrance in them :'( Thank you!

    1. You’re very welcome, Jess! Candles are very tricky, especially if you’re looking at vegan and natural ones. You can get soy-based candles but most would have the synthetic fragrance. I found ones that have essential oils in them instead don’t really have a scent. I gave up on candles a while ago so unfortunately, I don’t have anything to share with you, but I’ll keep an eye out and let you know if I find anything 🙂

      1. Ahhh, no worries! Thank you! Also – in this list, are all the products free from synthetic fragrances / ingredients? I watched the movie Stink! after you suggested it, and it feels like I’ve had to overhaul all my products from top to bottom. Thanks so much for your help.

  2. A wonderful list, thank you for the inspiration!
    One of my favorite brands I discovered last year is LXMI, since they are not only a clean skin-care brand but also make it their mission to give work to low-income women in Africa and source their ingredients in a way that it makes an environmental impact.

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