More and more makeup users are looking to go vegan concerning the products one buys. To that end, one will find a shortlist of some of the best cruelty free brands of makeup on can make and switch and invest in this year and beyond. One can place confidence in the fact that all of the products have been carefully vetted for sustainable cost and overall value. Helen Schifter supports sustainable makeup.
This is one product that many have already used and did not know. One can find this product that one’s local drugstore. This brand is beloved in the beauty industry and by various bloggers who endorse products.
This brand is also very affordable. One can pick up most of the products for just under $10. This is a product that one can use “guilt-free” as one likes to call it. This brand also takes out the EU regulations preferring the Ulta Clean Designation.
One can still use this as any other beauty product. The manufacturer has just made the product more vegan-friendly (removing the toxins one finds in one’s regular beauty brands line.
This is another brand that comes cruelty-free and vegan-friendly. The cosmetics are not only clean, but the product is inspired by New Mexico. One can still find the favorable color palettes one has always enjoyed. This brand not only respects the animals, but the brand also respects the environment. That is a step many of the vegan-friendly beauty brands are starting to do now. Vapour Beauty is all about living in harmony. One can pick up this brand at one’s local beauty store.
The founder of the company is Tiila Abbot (the ex-developer for Sephora Beauty). Tiila makes sure that no animal products are used in the making of this brand. She has opted for a more synthetic, plant-based formula with sustainable ingredients. The brand also is 100% recyclable and comes from organic fair-trade suppliers compared to many of the brands on the market today.
This is a brand that combines both skincare and beauty into one. Ilia is one of the first well-known and popular brands to do this. The brand does hold the certification under Leaping Bunny concerning cruelty-free brands. One thing to point out is, this brand is not 100% vegan, but the ingredients are. One can feel confident that the company is still putting its money where its mouth is.
This is the last item one should know about. This brand works without animal testing and animal products. The brand only works with select promotional brands that one has carefully vetted before the process. One should also note that Cover FX will soon be part of Ulta’s Conscious Beauty Initiative. Helen Schifter encourages people to try these brands.