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Shopping at Sephora but wondering which brands are cruelty-free and vegan? In this List of Cruelty-Free Brands at Sephora, you’ll be able to find out which brands are cruelty-free and don’t test on animals, as well as, which brands are 100% vegan where none of their products contain any animal-derived ingredients or by-products.
About this list: I went through Sephora US & Canada’s entire brand directory list of over 300+ brands and vetted each company using our Cruelty-Free Checklist to determine if they test on animals at any stage of product development and manufacturing, anywhere in the world.
In order to be classified as Cruelty-Free, brands must meet all of the criteria in our Cruelty-Free Checklist including not selling their products in mainland China under conditions that would trigger animal tests.
This brand is not cruelty-free; tests on animals
This brand is cruelty-free!; does not test on animals (may or may not be a 100% vegan brand)
This brand is cruelty-free but is either owned by a parent company that does test on animals or doesn’t offer any vegan options
I received a response from this brand but am not 100% satisfied with the information provided to claim if they’re cruelty-free or not
Vegan! – This brand only offers vegan products; no animal-derived ingredients or by-products
- bareMinerals *owned by Shiseido
- Better Not Younger
- Bio Ionic – Vegan!
- Biossance – Vegan!
- Blume – Vegan!
- BondiBoost – Vegan!
- Boy Smells
- Bread Beauty Supply – Vegan!
- Briogeo *owned by Wella
- Bumble and bumble2
- Buxom *owned by Shiseido
- By Rosie Jane – Vegan!
- Capri Blue
- Ceremonia – Vegan!
- Charlotte Tilbury *owned by Puig
- Cheekbone Beauty – Vegan!
- Christophe Robin
- Ciaté London
- CLEAN – Vegan!
- COLOR WOW
- Commodity – Vegan!
- Community Sixty-Six – Vegan!
- Consonant Skincare
- Crown Affair