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Vegan cosmetics – part four

November 15, 2015

Lately I’ve been trying out plenty of new-to-me products, from hair to skin to nails, and a lot of them I will definitely be buying again once they’ve run out. You can find my previous blog posts about vegan beauty products here, here and here, and below is what I’m currently using, and loving:


This foaming cleanser from Superdrug is amazing, and cheap! I highly recommend it. I think all of Superdrug’s own brand of cosmetics are vegan and cruelty-free, which is just fantastic given that the quality and price are so good.//I was given this tube of JASON brightening apricot facial scrub for my birthday and I’m in love with it – I’ll definitely be picking up another tube once this one runs out – it works really well, it’s all natural and it smells really good.//Tara Smith shampoo. I was given a set of her hair products for my birthday and really love them. I’m so sad that I’ve used them all up! Her range is completely vegan and cruelty-free, and it smells like you’re at a salon, bonus points.//



B. at Superdrug is an entirely vegan and cruelty-free range of cosmetics, and I’ve been using them ever since they launched. I’ve mentioned the Day Cream before, but I’ve also been using the Night Cream and the two together are fantastic – my skin is really soft, and they last for a really long time. Also, they’re often on special offer, making them even more affordable.


Barry M products are almost all vegan, and all cruelty-free. They list their vegan products on the website, which is super helpful, and most of their nail polish range is vegan.


I’ve written about Eden Perfumes before, and here’s the bottle of faux Viktor & Rolf that I bought at VegFest. As you can see, it’s nothing exciting, but the main things is it’s vegan, cruelty-free and £15. What more could you ask for?! OK maybe a lid that isn’t wonky, but really, who cares.//


Hurraw lipbalm! I was given this lip balm for my birthday (seriously, best.friends.ever) and I love it almost as much as the coconut one. This one gives you a slightly tinted lip, which I love, but it does soak in much quicker than the coconut, which is a shame because I would like the tint to last a little longer.//

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DISCLAIMER: I’ve been using this Fudge heat protection spray, BUT I can’t find any details online of whether it’s vegan. It’s definitely cruelty-free, and smells amazing, but I don’t want to tell you it’s definitely vegan, because I just can’t be sure.//

So, that’s what I’ve been using lately. Which vegan and cruelty-free products do you love? Any recommendations?

6 Comments leave one →
  1. November 15, 2015 6:15 pm

    Love this post – definitely gives me idea for my next shop/Christmas wishlist

  2. November 17, 2015 5:06 am

    That nail polish is magical!

  3. vanesa belle permalink
    May 19, 2016 10:47 am

    Thanks for the blog … I was searching for the vegan products …. Your posts are really good…. many of my doubts are clear after reading your post ….. before this I visited addresschic…their too I found vegan beauty products… It was too a good blog like yours…

    • June 5, 2016 9:20 pm

      Thanks, Vanesa! Glad you found it useful. Just checked out Address Chic, thanks for the tip!

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