Weather you’re already a true vegan or new to taking part in the ever increasing movement toward plant based living you may want to look more closely at your beauty products. There are some exceptional new and exciting brands out there! Sexy and sustainable the demand for vegan products will not be dying out anytime soon.
In fact, according to the Vegan Society, the demand for meat-free food increased by 987% in 2017 and the number of vegans in Great Britain has quadrupled in the last four years.
Acne Skincare – Carbon Theory is a 100% vegan range dedicated to acne or problematic skin has showcased its brilliant spot-clearing results on Instagram and amassed a 34.5k following since launching in Boots in February 2018. It uses tea tree oil and charcoal and is derm-approved to clear congestion without stripping the skin or making it feel tight or dry. Check out the range of reasonably priced soaps, lotions, potions and masks from £6.
Youth to the People. It’s tantalizingly light, feels incredibly cooling when you slather it on, and comes in a dreamy pale mint green shade. It also contains kale and spinach, which we are pretending counts toward our five-a-day.
Stay Naked Foundation
Long-lasting but with a natural finish, you can trust in Urban Decay’s Stay Naked vegan-friendly foundation to keep your base looking perfect throughout the day.
Luxury Lip Range
Axiology Beauty is a refined luxury vegan make-up, lip-care range with ingredients such as mango butter and coconut oil to soften and tint at the same time. Plus they are highly pigmented – so are long-lasting too.
The lust-worthy make-up brand
Memi is a pure luxury make-up range that offers hardworking pigment-rich formulas, but also champions transparency between brand and customer, the packaging is stunning! Style as well as substance.
Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Glow Mask
Vegan products reportedly sell at a rate of one per second at The Body Shop and the brand was passionately campaigning for a cruelty-free lifestyle long before it became on-trend to do so. There’s even a ‘vegan’ category on the website to make shopping for animal-friendly beauty products, from skincare to haircare, simple.