New Cruelty-Free Beauty Buys We’re Loving

It’s guilt-free beauty.

Have you noticed? more and more beauty brands are becoming cruelty free. According this Allure article, California became one of the first states that passed a law banning the sales of any products that are tested on animals to be effective starting January 1, 2020. We’re so excited that more companies are taking part in this movement against animal testing and that’s why we’ve gathered some of our favorite cruelty-free brands with some of their latest products.


The Body Shop Body Yogurts

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The Body Shop is a brand that has been advocating for beauty without cruelty since 1989. The brand just released a line of refreshing gel-cream body yogurts with hyaluronic acid promising 48 hours of lightweight moisture within seconds of putting it on. While the brand is vegetarian because some of their products use honey, these yogurts are 100% vegan formulated with organic almond milk from Alicante, Spain.

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LUSH Magic Crystals Body Scrub

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LUSH Cosmetics is another brand that has been long time trailblazer when it comes to cruelty-free advocacy. The handmade beauty brand was one of the first companies to support the California Cruelty Free Cosmetic Act. They recently released an affordable Magic Crystals vegan scrub made with a blend of peppermint, spearmint, rosemary, and sage. It’s the perfect way to unwind after a long day of work while also ridding you of any dry flaky skin.

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Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil

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Urban Decay is another crowd favorite that doesn’t test on animals. With Jojoba Oil, Vitamin E and Cottonseed Oil, their creamy eye pencil is a long lasting formula available in nearly 50 different shades. From bright, glittery hues to your everyday colors, this pencil works double duty as a waterproof liner guaranteed to stay in place.

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Leonor Greyl Masque Quintessence

$145.00 at

Cruelty-free products extend far beyond face makeup and that’s proven true by Leonor Greyl. The family business specializes in environmentally friendly hair care so if you’re feeling like you want to take your Sunday self care routine up a notch, try their deep conditioning mask. Made with cupuacu and manketti nut oils, this is a great remedy if you struggle with dry hair during the colder months. It’s definitely a splurge, but you know, #treatyourself.

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jane iredale Triple Luxe Lipsticks

$35.00 at

We’ve been in love with jane iredale’s makeup for longest and after attending her launch event for these lipsticks we became even bigger fans. When asked what was her inspiration for the line she said her garden was a constant driving force of motivation. From the smells and the colors, Jane wants those who wear her products to get a similar experience that she gets when she’s in her garden. You’ll be sure to find wholesome ingredients in these lipsticks that weren’t tested on animals.


Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry Palette

$45.00 at

If you’re as obsessed with beauty as we are, chances are you’re familiar with this brand. Anastasia Beverly Hills just added this beautiful palette of metallic, cool tones shades to their repertoire — not to mention it’s cruelty-free. It’s a must-have if you love bold smokey eye looks and supporting brands that don’t test on animals.

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Tarte Cosmetics Life Of The Party Clay Blush Palette

$42.00 at

Tarte Cosmetics just released an on the go makeup palette and clutch that we think is essential for girl bosses everywhere. Made without animal testing, parabens, mineral oil, and sulfates, everything you need is securely packed in a clutch making it safe for travel and safe for your skin. It’s fully equipped with a mirror, card holders, 3 blushes, a bronzer, and highlighter in a removable tray making it a wallet and makeup bag in one. Why didn’t we think of this sooner?

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Bare Minerals Vital Power Sleeping Gel Cream

$38.00 at

Bare Minerals is redefining glowy skin with their Vital Power Sleeping Gel Cream. Its mineral moisture technology full of botanical extracts does the work for you while you get your beauty sleep. The antioxidant rich formula replenishes your skin from everyday stress helping you achieve a natural radiant glow sans the powder highlight. A cruelty-free product that requires minimal effort and offers promising results? We’re in!

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It Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC Oil Free Matte Foundation

$38.00 at

It Cosmetics is one of our top favorite makeup brands and it’s not just because they’re cruelty-free. Their new CC matte foundation is everything we love about the original CC cream except there’s added beneficial ingredients like charcoal which helps detoxify, colloidal clay to absorb oil and tea tree extract to combat blemishes. Whether you’re using it as a moisturizer, foundation, or sunscreen, we strongly stand by this oil free foundation.

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Juice Beauty Signal Peptides Firming Eye Balm

$80.00 at

Regardless of the age, we’re fond believers that it’s never too soon to start using products that reverse the signs of aging. Juice Beauty’s Signal Firming Eye Balm is a cruelty-free beauty buy made with organic ingredients. It’s made with shea and coconut to improve your skin's elasticity while boasting minimized eye sagging and dark circles.