Hey there lovelies! Today I am going to be talking all about body products that are 100% vegan. Some of these products you might have heard about or seen in stores, while others will be completely new to you! Vegan beauty and body products are usually a few dollars more than non vegan products, but in my opinion totally worth the extra money. Most of the products are also eco-friendly meaning the bottles they come in are recyclable. Do your part to help save the planet even if its something as small as this.
I had never heard of this brand until a few weeks ago, I was wondering around Rite Aid when I came across it. This is a Canadian brand that creates all its products in a warehouse in Toronto. Being 100% vegan, they use no animal products, and also do not participate in any animal testing. Cake beauty has products ranging from shampoo’s & conditioner to body butters. This brand doesn’t use any harsh chemicals or parabens making it gentle enough for everyday use. There scents are never overwhelming or strong, they keep everything natural.
This is a brand I have been using for a bit, and I have to say its one of my favorites. This brand is completely vegan and cruelty free, it also does not participate in any animal testing. I am a huge fan of their Kale detox face wash, it lathers up and leaves my skin feeling super clean and moisturized. Pacifica not only has body products but hair , and make-up products as well. They are a pretty well known and popular brand you can find them at Ulta and Target.
If your a fan of Target you have probably seen the giant Native display they have up.
I have always veered away from the Native brand because it can tend to be kind of pricy. Their deodorants run for about $9, which for me is a bit to expensive for a deodorant. However upon further inspection of their website I found they also have body washes and soaps for around the same price. The reason this brand is a bit pricey is because of the ingredients they use. This product is probably the most natural thing i’ve come across. There are zero chemicals or paraben’s, all of their ingredients are from the earth. Best of all its vegan with no animal testing.
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I have used quite a few of these products in different scents and I am never disappointed. This brand stands for everything I believe in. There bottles are 100% recyclable and made with decomposable materials. No animal testing and 100% vegan, they believe in creating a smaller footprint on this earth. The great thing about this brand is the products are actually great quality. I love their shampoos and conditioners, which always lather up and make you feel squeaky clean. They also have body wash, body lotions, and other hair products. They’re only about a dollar or two more expensive than regular body and hair products, and definitely worth it! You can find these products at Target, Amazon, Ulta or straight off the site.
I have to admit I have never used any Arbonne products, but I have heard nothing but good things. They believe in creating products that are pure, safe and beneficial. There products are vegan and cruelty free, they also do their part in saving the earth. I have heard their formulas are to die for. Creamy and gentle, making it good for everyday use. They have all sorts of products from make-up to skin care, to body products. They use all natural ingredients, designed to be beneficial for your skin.
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This is one of those companies that was started with nothing but good intentions. Bare Bones Body Care is handcrafted with the fewest and most nourishing ingredients. Started by a small town girl who was tired of using so many chemicals on her body. They sell lots of products such as deodorant, tattoo balms, shave cream, face oils, lip balms and more. Completely vegan with no animal testing, they use only natural ingredients. The best part is 100% of their profits go to a nonprofit organization called Non Toxic Revolution. Their belief is :”We believe in their mission to inform, educate, and inspire young people to revolt against the dangers of toxic chemicals in their environment & food supply, especially those linked to the development of cancer.”