Below I have gathered some vegan beauty products for you. There are some gorgeous body butters, face creams and lotions - all at a fair price (please do double check they are vegan before buying).
Cruelty Free Cosmetics:
I have recently discovered a really great cruelty free beauty and cosmetics company. Their prices are also incredibly cheap and very good quality. Mineral make up is great because it gives lots of coverage but also looks completely natural.
Click on the image and see how cheap the prices are for yourself.
One of my best cruelty free beauty tips would be to have the occasional epsom salts bath. This is a great way to get rid of toxins and all that extra poo in your intestines. Whenever I have a good old soak with these, I can guarantee the next day I will "go to the loo" at least five times. Great if you want to lose pounds and reduce any cellulite you may have. I have also heard that celebs use them before a red carpet event.
They are difficult to get in bulk from your local chemists. They usually sell them in tiny tubs which is no good as you need to add at least one cupful per bath.
Over the years I have used many expensive lotions and potions and they never actually did anything special for my skin. I think the idea is to keep your skin moisturised regularly rather than buying some expensive cream that does the same job at three times the price. Let me know if you know of any so called "super
creams" that actually work. Bio Oil is my recommendation. It is fairly cheap and easy to find in your local chemists or purchase below. I have found that it really does even out skin colour.
If you live in the UK as I do - Superdrug mark their own brand items as being suitable for vegans. They also do not test on animals. The Co-op is the same although they don't have as much choice as Superdrug.
Lush is also a good company - although I do find some of their products a bit gimmicky. I love their Dream Cream.
If you are from the US, you can click here to save on shipping costs.
More Vegan Beauty
Beauty Without Cruelty is a great company which is catered for vegans. Lush is also another great place for bath and beauty products. Lush are also good for gifts as they often have little gift baskets all ready to go.
Barry M has the Fixed Cut Off Date so they have lots of products which are suitable - although not all their cosmetics are suitable for vegans.