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Dr. Hauschka – Vegan List of Products

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Dr Hauschka Vegan Product List

Is Dr. Hauschka Cruelty-Free?

Answer: Yes, Dr. Hauschka is a cruelty-free brand and does not test any of their products or ingredients on animals.

Dr. Hauschka is certified cruelty-free by PETA. They state on their website, “We assure you that no animal tests have ever been carried out by or on behalf of Dr. Hauschka Cosmetics, nor will this happen in the future – not for the Chinese market nor any other market anywhere.”

I’ve always been a fan of Dr. Hauschka, they have proved that we don’t need any nasty chemicals or fillers in our skincare products in order for them to actually work and more importantly, we don’t need to test cosmetics or its ingredients on animals to prove that they’re safe for human use.

They’re also very transparent about how the company works, what’s in their products, and where their raw ingredients are sourced. So it’s no surprise that they have provided a helpful list of their products that are vegan-friendly which you can find below.

Is Dr. Hauschka Vegan?

Answer: Although not all of Dr. Hauschka products are vegan as they do use some vegetarian-friendly products in some of their products like beeswax and milk ingredients, but some of Dr. Hauschka products are considered vegan and do not contain any animal derived ingredients. Those Dr. Haushcka products that are vegan are listed below:

List of Dr. Hauschka Vegan Products (2018)

Dr. Hauschka Vegan Face Care


  • Clarifying Clay Mask
  • Clarifying Steam Bath
  • Cleansing Cream
  • Soothing Cleansing Milk


  • Clarifying Toner
  • Facial Toner
  • Soothing Intensive Treatment


  • Clarifying Day Oil
  • Eye Revive
  • Melissa Day Cream
  • Night Serum
  • Revitalizing Day Cream

Dr. Hauschka Vegan Body Care


  • Almond Soothing Bath Essence
  • Lemon Lemongrass Vitalizing Bath Essence
  • Moor Lavender Calming Bath Essence
  • Rose Nurturing Bath Essence
  • Sage Purifying Bath Essence
  • Spruce Warming Bath Essence


  • Almond Soothing Body Cream
  • Almond St. John´s Wort Soothing Body Oil
  • Birch Arnica Energising Body Oil
  • Blackthorn Toning Body Oil
  • Lavender Sandalwood Calming Body Cream
  • Lemon Lemongrass Vitalising Body Milk
  • Lemon Lemongrass Vitalising Body Oil
  • Moor Lavender Calming Body Oil
  • Regenerating Body Cream
  • Revitalising Leg and Arm Toner
  • Rose Nurturing Body Oil
  • Quince Hydrating Body Milk


  • Rose Deodorant
  • Sage Deodorant

Nail Care

  • Neem Nail & Cuticle Oil
  • Neem Nail & Cuticle Pen

Hair Care

  • Neem Revitalising Hair & Scalp Tonic
  • Strengthening Hair Treatment

Oral Care

  • Med Children Sensitive Orange Tooth Gel
  • Med Sensitive Saltwater Toothpaste


  • Concealer 01-03
  • Foundation 01-05
  • Kajal Eyeliner 01-05
  • Kajal Eyeliner Duo 01 and 02
6 Responses
  • AM
    January 31, 2018

    I am surprised that a company such as Dr Hauschka, who has constructed their brand philosophy on Demeter biodynamic agriculture, would ever be considered cruelty free or vegan.
    Biodinamic agriculture philosophie promotes animal sacrifice as part of a spiritual believes and has no scientific evidence to support any benefits of their practices, which are entirely spiritual.
    Part of the process of biodynamic agriculture is to fill the horns of a local cow with manure, to sew flowers to deers bladder and to disperse field mice skin and insects ashes in the field…
    It is strange that any organisation would accept this practice as a vegan or cruelty free !!

  • Helene
    September 30, 2016

    Thank you for your informative information about cruelty-free products. I would like to subscribe to your newsletter updating me on any products that do not contain animal products and are not tested on animals. I nee to build up a list of products available in South Africa so I can try them out myself and spread the news about them to others.

    Appreciate all you are doing to help animals.

    Wishing you love and light.

    Helene Pam
    South Africa
    (Helping in my small way to make the world (Vegan and cruelty free.)

  • Christine Animal Healer
    December 16, 2015

    Cruelty free and vegan are very different.
    From their website: “Are your products vegan or vegetarian?
    Dr. Hauschka Skin Care upholds holistic principals but does not ascribe to a vegetarian or vegan philosophy. Though we do no animal testing, several humanely obtained animal ingredients: lanolin, honey, propolis, beeswax, lactose and royal jelly are included in many Dr. Hauschka products. We also employ carmine and silk, two ingredients from insects.”

    • Vicky Ly
      December 19, 2015

      Yup. Cruelty-free and vegan mean two totally different things. That’s why this list that they’ve provided only includes products that are free of animal testing AND animal ingredients. This list of Dr. Hauschka products does not contain any lanolin, honey, beeswax, silk, carmine, etc.

      Hope that clears things up for you! =)

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