Cruelty Free Cosmetic Brands List – Sephora Shopping Guide

Cruelty Free Cosmetic Brands List – Sephora Shopping Guide

Cruelty-Free And Vegan At Sephora Shopping Guide

I am glad you have made the decision to purchase cruelty-free and/or vegan. Shopping for this might sometimes be tricky, especially if you are brand new to the field. Therefor I have compiled a list of Cruelty-free and/or Vegan brands for you to shop at Sephora.

Happy shopping.

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8 Greens

A

Aether Beauty – Vegan
Amika
Anastasia Beverly Hills
Antonym
Aquis
Aveda 

B

bareMinerals 
Besamé Cosmetics
beautyblender
BECCA – Vegan Options
Bio Ionic
Bite Beauty
bkr
Blinc
Burt’s Bees 
Buxom 




C

Charlotte Tilbury – Vegan Options
Ciaté London
COOLA – Vegan Options
CosmoCube
COVER FX – Vegan

D

Deborah Lippmann
Dermalogica 
DevaCurl 
Dr. Roebuck’s
Drunk Elephant 
DryBar
DUO

F

Farmacy
FARSÁLI – Vegan
Four Sigmatic
First Aid Beauty – Vegan options
Frank Body

G

Good Dye Young




H

Hourglass Cosmetics – Vegan Options
Hum Nutrition

I

IGK – Vegan
Indie Lee

J

Jack Black
Josie Maran
Jouer Cosmetics – Vegan Options

K

Kat Von D Beauty – Vegan
Koh Gen Do
Kopari – Vegan Options
KORRES
Kosas




L

LAVANILA
LXMI – Vegan

M

Makeup Eraser – Vegan
Marc Jacobs Beauty
Milk Makeup – Vegan
Moon Juice
Murad 

o

Ole Henriksen




P

Perfekt
Perricone MD
PINROSE – Vegan
Pixi Beauty

R

Reverie – Vegan
rms beauty
Rosebud Perfume Co.

S

Seed Phytonutrients 
Sigma Beauty
Smashbox – Vegan 
Sol de Janeiro – Vegan Options
Stila
Sunday Riley
Supergoop!

T

T3
Tangle Teezer
Tarte – Vegan Options
Tata Harper – Vegan Options
Tatcha
The Balm
The Beauty Chef
The Ordinary
Too Faced – Vegan Options

U

Urban Decay – Vegan Options

V

Volition Beauty

W

Wander Beauty

Y

Youth to the People – Vegan

Z

 Zoeva – Vegan Options


This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing this cruelty-free cosmetics list with us. I didn’t knew that it exist such a numerous brands. 

    How can I purchase from there? I see down bellow a search bar who is sending me to Amazon. If I enter here the brand name and i search from your list, it is ok? 

    Thanks again and keep in touch! 

    1. Hi, 

      These products are available at Sephora.com 

  2. Its true that some people are not in respect of being cruel to animals and so they don’t make use of any product made in this manner and it’s always a challenge to them when purchasing stuffs to use especially cosmetics. Its a very good idea that you shared this, it’ll be a guide for them to get their desired products. 

  3. Thanks for your guide on cruelty-free and vegan brands on Sephora. It’s so nice to see that so many retailers are making an effort to include more and more cruelty-free and vegan products. Looking after the environment is really important and it shouldn’t be overlooked. There are so many brands now that do take the environment into consideration that you don’t need to compromise on your makeup anymore.

  4. Hiya My Cruelty Free Products (sorry I know that’s not your actual name but I don’t know how to get back to find it out☺️) 

    I really enjoyed your website, I learned the difference between cruelty free and vegan and really had my eyes opened by your excellent article on the subject. I don’t wear make up myself but my eldest daughter is a professional freelance make up artist and she will love your comprehensive list of cruelty free and vegan make up. 

    I was sad to not see ANY of the biggest brands listed but glad to see quite a few that my daughter already has in her arsenal! I will be going back to look at the rest of your site which I have bookmarked as I came off it too early trying to look at another part and I don’t know how to get back without losing this comment, sorry☺️

    I have very sensitive skin so I will be looking at your skin care recommendations but is there any products that stand out for you as a starting point for me? 

    Thank you for a brilliant, well researched website, I will be back krs PurpleLioness😁

    1. Hi,

      I am so glad to hear this.

      If you have sensitive skin I would recommend you not purchasing anything with perfumes and that you try to go as natural as possible. You might even want to try regular coconut oil but this also depends on your skin. If it is dry or oily etc.

      Thank you for reading.

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