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Butter London Vegan Product List (2017)

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butter LONDON is a cruelty-free beauty brand, they got their start with selling vegan-friendly nail polish and now they have expanded their product line to include a variety of makeup and skincare options!

Although not all of Butter LONDON’s products are vegan, but they were kind enough to send me a list indicating which of their products are indeed vegan and do not contain any animal derived ingredients or by-products!

I love supporting brands that are willing to accommodate to vegans and hopefully butter LONDON will be adding more vegan-friendly products to this list in the near future!

Butter London Vegan Products






Below is a list of Button LONDON products that are not considered vegan as they contain animal-derived ingredients:

  • Trend Lacquers (with the black or gold caps)
  • Plush Rush Lip Gloss
  • Plush Rush Lipsticks
  • Horse Power Nail Rescue Basecoat
  • QuickFix Moisturizing Cuticle Balm
  • Scrubbers 2-in-1 Prep & Remover Wipes
  • All Mascaras
  • Glazen Lustrous Liner – Magnetic
  • Eye Pencils – Inky Six, Indigo Punk
  • Nail Foundation Priming Basecoat

Have you tried any of Butter London’s products before? If not, which products are you interested in trying?

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2 Responses
  • Natalie
    June 1, 2017

    You mention that they are cruelty free, but does that also mean that their ingredients aren’t tested on animals as well as their final products?

    • Vicky Ly
      June 2, 2017

      Yup! On my blog, in order for a brand to be considered cruelty-free they must meet the following requirements:

      – ingredients were not tested on animals
      – final product was not tested on animals
      – companies must verify with their ingredient suppliers that none of their ingredients are tested on animals
      – must not commission or ask a third party to test on animals on their behalf
      – and must not sell their products in markets that may require animal testing by law

      Hope that answers your question! =)

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