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Complete List of 100% Vegan Makeup & Skincare Brands

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LAST UPDATED: AUGUST 7, 2018

A complete and updated list of 100% Vegan beauty brands! What does it mean to be on this list?

First, companies must agree to never test their products or ingredients on animals and also, brands included on this list must only offer vegan products! which means absolutely no animal ingredients or derivatives are used —in any of their products!

None of that, “all our products are vegan– with the exception of our animal hair makeup brushes” or “only a small number of our products contain carmine, lanolin, beeswax” bullsh*t! Nope, none of that here!

Why support these vegan brands?

If given the option, I’d rather buy from a company that is 100% vegan over a brand that says “90% of our products are vegan” for two simple reasons, (1) My support proves that consumers care and see value in a vegan brand and (2) it proves to the rest of the world that running a 100% vegan company is totally sustainable and profitable!

I often praise other beauty brands for offering a list of vegan products but the brands on this list are all 100% vegan and intend to always be vegan! I hope with this list, you’ll get to discover from all the awesome and growing vegan makeup and beauty brands!

100% Vegan Makeup

100% Vegan Skincare Brands

100% Vegan Haircare Brands

100% Vegan Nail Polish Brands

100% Vegan Brushes & Tools


100% Vegan Beauty Boxes

75 Responses
  • Jasmine
    July 19, 2018

    Atelier Sarisha is a natural and vegan Toronto based skincare brand 🙂

  • Mary
    July 19, 2018

    What about the makeup brand Milk?

  • Rebecca
    July 16, 2018

    What about OCC?

  • adrian
    June 3, 2018

    juliette has a gun is not a skin care brand, they only make perfumes .. and its not even vegan!

    • Vicky Ly
      June 4, 2018

      I know Juliette Has a Gun is not a skincare brand but I decided to add them under that category because I’ve been waiting to verify more cruelty-free fragrance brands to create another category just for fragrances, so in the meantime.. they’re listed under Skincare.

      I reached out to the brand last year and they’ve informed me that none of their products contain any animal ingredients. If you have any other information that suggests this isn’t the case then please feel free to send me any information at info@ethicalelephant.com and I’ll be happy to look into it. I just sent them another email to see if anything has changed since I last spoke with them. I’ll update this list if they’re no longer cruelty-free and/or vegan.

  • Chelsea
    May 31, 2018

    Thank you so much for this post. I really agree with supporting 100% vegan companies and its nice to see someone backing this corner. I do think its great that more well known companies are raising some awareness by providing some vegan options however they have their fingers in all the pies when they could just convert to fully vegan status. Business is business and these companies are noticing a trend and following suit for profit but not fully committing, whereas a 100% vegan company is founded on solid ethics. Veganism is gaining momentum but vegan businesses need support. Just my 2cents and not intending to offend anyone. Many thanks again.

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