5 Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Lines We Love

Wendy Rodewald
5 Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Lines We Love
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This cult favorite vegan makeup brand has pledged never to use animal-derived ingredients including lanolin, beeswax, carmine, and more.

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lip Tar ($18, sephora.com)

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Many makeup brushes are made from animal hair, but Eco Tools' synthetic taklon bristles are way softer (and more humane) than natural ones.

EcoTools 5-piece Brush Set ($10.99, target.com)

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The Body Shop ensures all of its products are cruelty free, including the Limited Edition Collection by Leona Lewis. "I especially loved creating the deer motif that we used for the range," the singer says. "The Body Shop was one of the first companies to create a synthetic musk, as originally it was cruelly extracted from the deer, so the deer motif is a celebration of that!"

The Body Shop White Musk Libertine Eau de Parfum by Leona Lewis ($24, thebodyshop-usa.com)

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Lush doesn't just avoid animal testing for its own natural bath and body products, the company has a policy that states it won't buy any ingredient from any supplier that tests on animals.

Lush Blackberry Bath Bomb ($6.35, lushusa.com)

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Urban Decay is another brand that neither tests on animals nor works with ingredient suppliers that do. The company is also working to make as many of its formulas vegan as possible, and so far has an extensive selection of products without animal-derived ingredients.

Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil ($19 each, urbandecay.com)

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