In some form or another, we’ve all looked to make-up to get us through an event, party, or just the average work day. However, in the world of make up and skin care, there are a lot of brands that test on animals, and if you’re someone who’s against that, here are some brands that are doing great, cruelty-free products.
7 Cruelty-Free Make Up Brands You Should Switch To Right Now
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Inglot is a perfect combination of scientific technology and vibrant colours (their shades for lipsticks, eyeshadows etc. are all so nice), which has resulted in an impressive range of products and colours to fall in love with.
Lotus Herbals’ products are absolutely free from chemical-based, synthetic and animal-tested ingredients. They also have a wide range of skincare and herbal cosmetic products which are pretty economical, compared to a lot of other cosmetic brands.
IsaDora offers a complete mineral line with 100% minerals, and special products. They’re high quality, create safe products, and have leading colour collections at favourable prices. With safe ingredients that are fragrance-free and clinically tested (not animal tested), IsaDora is also suitable for sensitive eyes and sensitive skin.
NYX Cosmetics has been a committed member of PETA’s ‘Beauty Without Bunnies’ program since 2010. In 2014, they decided to be committed to not involve animal testing in any way, shape or form, and they confirm that their products are 100 percent cruelty-free. They have some really good stuff, all at reasonable rates.
Inspired by a love for Paris, unabashed girliness and the transformative power of cosmetics, Too Faced is a brand worth checking out. Today, Too Faced has grown into a leader within the beauty industry, creating innovative, cruelty-free cosmetics that women love to wear.
L.A. Girl is all about bringing premium quality cosmetics to ardent make up users. They have the best concealer/corrector collection (available in various shades) that can really tackle myriad kinds of skin blemishes. They’re also completely against animal testing.