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Cruelty Free Skincare Brands UK         

January 18, 2018 • By

Cruelty Free Skincare

Following on from the Cruelty Free Make up Brands: High Street UK I’ve pulled together this list of cruelty free skincare brands that are available to buy in the UK.

As always please feel free to add your favourite cruelty free brands below. Maybe you know some I’ve never heard of and therefore not added. I will continue to update this list if company ethics change/ companies get bought out.


Click the brands to check out their range.


High end:

Green People – Feel Unique

Glossier –

Uma Oils – Cult Beauty

May Lindstrom – Cult Beauty

SkinOwl – Cult Beauty

Dr Hauschka – Amazon, John Lewis

Pai – Beauty Bay

Sunday Riley – Space NK, Cult Beauty

Tata Harper – Space NK

Evelom – Space NK

Kate Somerville – Space NK

Odacité – Space NK


High Street:

Liz Earle – Boots

Neals Yard – John Lewis

The Body Shop

Faith in Nature – Boots, Holland and Barrett

Bulldog (for men) – Tesco

Nip + Fab – Boots

Ren – Marks & Spencer

Murad – Marks & Spencer


Rodial – Marks & Spencer

Alba Botanica – iHerb

First Aid Beauty – iHerb

Mad Hippie – iHerb

Reviva Labs – iHerb

E.L.F – iHerb

BWC – iHerb


Pixi – Marks & Spencer

Derma-E – iHerb

DeVita – iHerb

Now Foods – iHerb

Dr Scheller – iHerb

Larenim – iHerb

Aubrey Organics – iHerb

LuxeBeauty – iHerb

Acure Organics – iHerb, Amazon

Natures Gate – iHerb, Amazon

Pacifica – iHerb

PHB Ethical Beauty – iHerb, Feel Unique

Skyn Iceland – Marks and Spencer

ByBi Beauty – Content Beauty Wellbeing

Youth to the People – Cult Beauty



B.Skincare – Superdrug

Yes to – Boots

Cocokind – iHerb

The Ordinary (added under budget as the quality of the ingredients in comparison to price point is spectacular)

Natural Beauty & Skincare

Cruelty Free Make Up Brands: High Street UK

September 6, 2017 • By

Cruelty Free Make Up Brands

I’ve been obsessed with make-up since I was 10 years old and my mother bought me a little pink book that contained make-up tips; how to apply lipstick correctly etc. I chose the book, she wasn’t forcing it upon me, so let’s not venture near the ‘should children wear make-up debate’.

I was a girly little girl, I applied my mums lipstick and blush and sprayed her perfume and strutted around in her red sling back stilettos from a young age (not outside the house). As I’ve gotten older this obsession has only grown and I’m now the proud owner of a vast, make-up artist like cosmetic collection. However, I needed to find an accessible way to merge my love of make-up with my belief that no animal should be tested on for the sake of a damn lipstick.

Here are the most accessible cruelty free make up brands in the UK, all can be found on the high street.

Note: Brands marked with an * have a parent company that is not cruelty free, i.e. L’Oréal/ Estee Lauder, but the brands listed below do not test on animals.

Click the brands to shop the range!


Anastasia Beverly Hills –SpaceNK

Bare Minerals – House of Fraser, John Lewis, Debenhams, Boots

Hourglass Cosmetics – SpaceNK

Iconic London –House of Fraser, Harvey Nichols

Illamasqua – Selfridges, Debenhams

Marc Jacobs Beauty – Selfridges, Harvey Nichols, John Lewis

NYX* – Boots

Pur Minerals – Marks & Spenser

Smashbox* – Boots

The Body Shop*

Too faced* – Boots, House of Fraser, Debenhams, Selfridges

Urban Decay* – Boots, House of Fraser

Charlotte Tilbury* – Selfridges, John Lewis

Becca* – SpaceNK

Eyeko -Marks & Spencer, SpaceNK

By Terry – SpaceNK

Pixi – Marks & Spencer

Barry M – Boots, Superdrug

Gosh – Superdrug

Sleek Make-up – Superdrug


Disclaimer: as of September 2017 all the listed brands are cruelty free. If these ever change, or the brand starts selling into China I will update asap.