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Pür Minerals – Vegan List of Products

Pur Minerals Vegan Product List

Pür is certified cruelty-free by PETA. They also have a no animal testing policy on their website stating, “All of our good-for-your-skin makeup and skincare products are completely free of animal testing.”

Even better, Pür Minerals has an awesome selection of vegan makeup and skincare products from their collection. Know the difference between vegan and cruelty free, here.

The list below was provided to me from a representative of PUR cosmetics. This list was updated on Aug 2, 2016.

Makeup

FACE

FOUNDATION
POWDER
PRIMER

LIPS

EYES

Skincare


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7 Responses
  • Gabriela Gonzales
    February 23, 2017

    All online stores label those primer as vegan friendly but on the offical webpage one of the ingredient is carmine!, I am really confuse d and is stupid to trust only because label as vegan!

  • Zia F
    August 29, 2016

    Hey!

    Some of the products that you’ve included in the list above are not on the Official Website of Pur Minerals under the Vegan section. Vegan section only includes 34 products and 4in1 Pressed Mineral Makeup is not one of them.

    • Vicky Ly
      August 30, 2016

      Hiya! This list was provided to me by a representative at PUR cosmetics on Aug 2, 2016.
      I see what you’re saying how some of the products on this list are not included on their website’s Vegan product page. As I try and keep this list as accurate and updated as possible.. I’m going to email them and see why there are discrepancies between the two lists! I’ll keep you posted once I hear back! =)

  • Jennifer Waidelich
    August 21, 2016

    How is any product vegan if it contains synthetic chemicals? I received pur correcting primer and it says on the bottle vegan friendly but contains synthetic chemicals? Tell me how that is possible. Vegan’s don’t mind synthetic chemicals but won’t eat an animal? Seems counter productive.

    • Monika
      August 10, 2017

      Vegans don’t eat or use animals or animal derived products. It has nothing to do with chemicals or anything else. It’s a personal choice.

  • Kelly
    September 16, 2015

    Upon reviewing the ingredients I found that the “Cease Crease” eye primer contains contains casein, which is usually milk derived. I’m not sure if it’s synthetic or not, but I’d be interested in knowing, as I’m on the lookout for a good vegan eye primer.

    • Vicky Ly
      October 13, 2015

      Hi Kelly! I emailed PÜR as soon as I saw your comment and they FINALLY got back to me and they’ve confirmed that you are right, their ‘Cease Crease’ is made from casein derived from an animal source =( They’ve updated their website and it is no longer listed as vegan-friendly now and I’ve done the same on this list. Arghs!

      So sorry if this has caused you any inconvenience and I really appreciate you spotting and telling me about the minor mistake =)

      In regards to vegan eye primers, Too Faced (some are vegan) and theBalm cosmetics has some!

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