Cruelty Free

Here is a list of cruelty free beauty brands that I use or have used and are confident in their stance on animal testing, mostly from my own correspondence with them or are Leaping Bunny certified. I cannot confirm that all products of these brands are suitable for vegans. I have updated this list to be consistent with my current opinion - whereas previously I chose to not purchase from companies owned by a parent company who tests, I have recently decided that I no longer wish to boycott such companies. (Read more about my stance here). I have included these companies and are indicated with an asterix (*) so it is easy to decifer for those of you who do wish to boycott these companies. As I have said before, it is such a personal choice and it is important that we all accept and support each other's opinions - at the end of the day, we all have the same end goal :-)

Anastasia Beverly Hills
Barry M
B. by Superdrug
Collection (I have seen conflicting evidence about Collection cosmetics despite my correspondence suggesting that they are CF so will be avoiding them as of now but do some research yourself to make your own opinion)
Co-Op Own Brand
GOSH Cosmetics 
H&M Beauty
Kiko Cosmetics
Makeup Revolution
Milani Cosmetics
Model's Own
Nails Inc
No 7 at Boots
Original Source
Real Techniques
Saturated Colour
Soap & Glory
The Body Shop*
Too Faced
Tropic Skincare
Urban Decay*
w7 Cosmetics 

I am working on expanding this list so if there is anyone you are interested in, please let me know and I'll do my best to find out! I hope you have found this list helpful :-)



  1. Thankyouuu!!! I need a good comprehensive UK list. Maybe you could make a pdf version? ;)

    Nadia | <3

  2. Hii!!

    I'm crueltry free kind of person and I'm pretty sure that Wet'n'Wild are crueltry free, thank go because I love there lipsticks.

    I'm sorry about my english, but I'm portuguese.

    Love your blog a lot.


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