Looking for some 100% vegan makeup? πŸ’„βœ¨We’ve got you covered with this list! ❀️ From affordable drugstore makeup β€” to independent or luxury brands you can get at Sephora or Ulta β€” or if you’re on the hunt for clean & organic vegan makeup β€” there’s something for you in this ULTIMATE + updated list of 100% vegan makeup brands! 🌿 None of these beauty brands test their products or ingredients on animals, anywhere in the world and none of their products contain any animal-derived ingredients or by-products! πŸ™ŒπŸ» Because no animal should have to suffer for the sake of beauty! πŸ°πŸ’— Let us know what are some of your fave vegan makeup brands! ✨

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Animal testing for cosmetics is STILL happening as we go into 2020! πŸ’‰πŸ Neither the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) nor the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission *require* animal testing for cosmetics or household products. There are sufficient existing safety data as well as in vitro alternatives to make animal testing for these products obsolete. (Source: Leaping Bunny)
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Therefore it is up to brands and ingredient suppliers to ensure no new animal tests occur during any stage of product development and manufacturing.
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Vote with your consumer dollars by choosing to only buy from cruelty-free brands in 2020! ✊🏻 Let’s continue to fight to see a global end to animal testing for cosmetics! ✨
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Looking for a stylish vegan winter coat to keep you warm this season? ❄️ Here are some ethical vegan outerwear labels! 🌿 From vegan puffers, parkas, bombers, vests, coats, and jackets for men, women, and kids! πŸ§₯✨
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Drunk Elephant Vegan Product List (2019)

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Drunk Elephant is a natural skincare brand. All of Drunk Elephant skincare products are made without, what they call the Suspicious 6: essential oils, drying alcohols, silicons, chemical screens, fragrance/dyes and SLS, making their products appropriate for all skin types. But first, is Drunk Elephant cruelty-free?

Is Drunk Elephant Cruelty-Free?

Drunk Elephant is cruelty-free! Drunk Elephant is certified cruelty-free by Leaping Bunny. Drunk Elephant does not test their products or ingredients on animals, anywhere in the world.

It should be noted that Drunk Elephant is now owned by Shiseido, a parent corporation that does test on animals when required by law in 2019.

In October 2019, Shiseido acquired Drunk Elephant. Shiseido is not a cruelty-free corporation as they do test on animals when required by law. However, Drunk Elephant states they will remain cruelty-free and has no plans to sell their products in-stores in mainland China where animal testing is required by law for all imported cosmetics.

“Drunk Elephant will always remain cruelty free. This will not change. Hong Kong SAR does not require animal testing, which is the only place where we will be selling in retail (via @SephoraHK), and in mainland China, we are using cross boarder e-commerce which does not require the same registration process as cosmetics sold via retail there. We do not, and will not, have a retail location mainland China.

We are @leapingbunnyprogram certified, and have never, nor will we ever, animal test or allow our products to be tested on animals.”

Drunk Elephant Animal Testing Policy (2019)

Is Drunk Elephant Vegan?

Not all of Drunk Elephant skincare products are suitable for vegans as some contain beeswax, honey, and/or seashell derivatives, but Drunk Elephant does offer some vegan products that do not contain any animal-derived ingredients or by-products.

Please reference below for a list of Drunk Elephant vegan products.

In addition, Drunk Elephant also provided me with a list of their products that are not suitable for vegans and why, which you can at the bottom of this post.

I love supporting cruelty-free brands that are so transparent about the source of their ingredients like Drunk Elephant!

Drunk Elephant Vegan Products

The following Drunk Elephant products do not contain animal-derived ingredients, and utilize only those of either of plant or synthetic origin:

This vegan product list is updated as frequently as possible, please be aware that formulations may have changed since the publication of this post. If you have new information to suggest one of the above products isn’t vegan, please email me at info@ethicalelephant.com to let me know.

Not Vegan – Drunk Elephant

The following products do contain ingredients of animal-derived origin and therefore are not suitable for vegans:

  • C-Firma Day Serum (contains acetyl glucosamine, derived from seashells) – not vegan
  • Umbra Sheer Physical Defense SPF 30 (contains acetyl glucosamine, derived from seashells) – not vegan
  • Umbra Tinte Physical Defense SPF 30 (contains acetyl glucosamine, derived from seashells) – not vegan
  • Lippe (contains beeswax) – not vegan
  • Pekee Bar (contains honey) – not vegan

Where to Buy Drunk Elephant?

You can find Drunk Elephant at Sephora, Amazon, and Dermstore.

Have you tried anything from Drunk Elephant before?

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4 Comments
  • Maria Gabriela Andrade
    March 18, 2019

    I will always support companies that are straightforward with their information rather than sugarcoating it. Drunk Elephant has just scored high on my skincare product consideration.

  • Vicky Q
    November 6, 2017

    Why does the Sephora website say that C-Firma is vegan? I previously reached out to DE and they gave me the same list as you and C-Firma was not vegan because of the seashells. They should not market it as vegan on Sephora!

    • Vicky Ly
      November 8, 2017

      That’s so frustrating!!! Typically resellers will use the product description provided by the company so I’m not sure if there’s a first edition of the C-Firma that was considered vegan at one point.. but nonetheless, Sephora should definitely update their description to avoid confusing shoppers! Reasons like this is why there needs to be some regulation on what’s allowed to be labelled as VEGAN!

      • Sofi
        March 25, 2019

        Do you know if they are also Cruelty Free? It would be a great choice for skin care then!!!! Thanks!

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