Top products from r/VeganBeauty

We found 23 product mentions on r/VeganBeauty. We ranked the 78 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top comments that mention products on r/VeganBeauty:

u/BunnyFriendlyBuns · 3 pointsr/VeganBeauty


  • Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Shampoo. I get this at Target, where they have the jumbo bottle for $10. I really like that it's super gentle and doesn't have sulfates in it (I have a fairly dry, curly hair type). It also smells soft, almost like play dough, and I love that. I also use the matching conditioner.


  • Earth Paste Toothpaste. I get this at my local health food store and I have seen it at Whole Foods and New Seasons. This toothpaste makes my teeth feel the cleanest they've ever been, but you should know that the mouth feel is a little different from a traditional foaming toothpaste. Before this I used Tom's Of Maine.

  • Modest Planet Natural Bamboo Toothbrush. Just got this recently but so far I like it just fine.


  • I don't shave, so I don't have any current recommendations for this. HOWEVER I know that safety razors are a great option as far as finding cruelty free (plus they're more eco conscious) and I used to like using coconut oil to shave my legs.

  • Wild Carrots Vanilla Bean Skin Cream. I just checked their website and this appears to have been discontinued. :(

  • Tom's Of Maine Deodorant. I like the Wild Lavender and Maine Woodspice scents. I don't sweat much, so these do fine for me, but might not be great for someone who sweats a lot.


  • I just found out my cleanser isnt vegan, I need recs for this again.

  • Thayer's Alcohol Free Rose Witch Hazel. It's gentle and calming. I used to wipe it on with a cotton round but I've discovered I actually like spritzing my toner on better.

  • Derma E Hydrating Day Cream. This is very moisturizing but still light. It sinks in really well, which I love because I like to layer skin creams. It also smells delicious and light.

  • Derma E Hydrating Night Cream. This is thick. This is rich. I want to marry it. I have pretty dry skin so I actually layer a dab of this over my day cream as well.

  • Pure Maracuja Oil.This is the one I use right now, and before this I used the Tarte one. It's softening and helps my breakouts a little bit.

  • Pure Neem Oil. I'm allergic to Tea Tree and my skin doesn't like Salicylic Acid very much so I use this instead. Sometimes I apply like a spot treatment, sometimes all over. I love what it does for me but it smells like burning peanuts so I only use it at night.

  • Shea Moisture African Water Mint Lip Balm. This is really thick so I like it for lip prep before lipstick. My only complaint is the packaging. It's so hard to open.


  • Hard Candy Color Correcting Primer in Green. I just learned that this is LE. WHY the FUCK..... Before this I was using elf Hydrating Mineral Primer.

  • I don't use foundation much anymore, but when I do I rotate between Wet N Wild Photofocus, Sonia Kashuk Perfecting Luminous Foundation and Urban Decay Naked Skin. All three are lightweight, thin formulas, and medium coverage.

  • Kat Von D Lock It Concealer Creme. This is beautiful. And let me tell you, my skin is AWFUL but I can just use this instead of foundation and it looks awesome. Best makeup purchase of my life.

  • Essence Stay Matt Powder. I use this to "bake" and set my face all over. It's very effective and has a great blurring effect. Sometimes if I have a bad foundation day, this actually fixes it.

  • Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Liquid in Moonstone. I like to put this on top of my base but under powder. It gives a nice subtle glow.

  • Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Bronzer. This is beautiful and it smells delicious, and it's very easy to blend.

  • Urban Decay Blush in Fetish. The formula on these is just so soft and beautiful, without being powdery at all. This is also a pretty similar color to Tarte's Exposed (not vegan) though slightly pinker.

  • Still need an eye primer replacement and am working on the eye shadows.

  • elf Mineral Infused Mascara. This makes my lashes so fluttery and curly. Perfect for everyday. For more dramatic lashes, I really like the Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara.

  • My favorite lipsticks are the Kat Von D Liquid Lipsticks and the Milani Matte Lipsticks.

    NOW AFTER ALL OF THAT. Please make sure you check the HG Masterlist in the sidebar. I made it just for these situations! There's tons more products listed there!
u/TexanoVegano · 3 pointsr/VeganBeauty

So I've got the hawaiian body oil which I don't use too often, but is good after a shower once and a while. Uh then I also have the good&clean mini peel which I've used only once I think, and actually probably need to try again because I have some blackheads. That's pretty much it, honestly I would say the Dr Bronners is my, not so much secret, but #1 key product for good skin. I shower probably 4-6 times a week with that stuff. Oh and then I also have this shave cream.

I can't tell you which stores carry that stuff in Canada though, sorry.

Some other general healthy skin tips are:

  • Drink plenty of water
  • Eat Plenty of fresh leafy greens and fruits
  • Moderate daily exposure to direct sunlight
  • Don't smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol
  • get plenty of sleep

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u/give_me_ur_formuoli · 5 pointsr/VeganBeauty

Do you use a toner? An extremely popular vegan, cruelty-free, soy-free and alcohol-free toner is [Thayer’s Witch-Hazel Rose Toner](Thayers Alcohol-free Rose Petal Witch Hazel with Aloe Vera, 12 oz

I use this stuff everyday... it’s amazing and gentle. It has a PH of 5.5-6. You can use this after cleansing and before creams/serums. Target sells this toner with the spray nozzle which is also nice as a mid-day refresher or make-up primer. You can find the travel-sized toners on Amazon as well.

I also second trying Pacifica. My faves: seafoam cleanser, kale micellar water, coconut body butter, passionfruit/guava perfume! But seriously, everything is amazing!

u/LadyoftheWood · 2 pointsr/VeganBeauty

Welcome new vegan!!

When my hair was white/blue I tried a few different toners and none of them worked for me (and I bleached the heck out of my hair so it was very light to start with). What worked for me was mixing a little bit of Special Effects Blue Mayhem with conditioner and leave it in for maybe an hour. I'm sure you could use another brand of plant-based dye too. I'd usually do it a little darker than I wanted and it would fade perfectly and last a little longer. I hope that helps!

u/-littlefang- · 7 pointsr/VeganBeauty

When I ran out of Cerave a few weeks ago, I bought some Derma E at Kroger on a whim. It's actually been amazing for my skin, it's so thick and moisturizing. The tub I bought was $10, think it was in sale.

I tend to go for Tom's for deodorant and toothpaste, they're only slightly more expensive than what I used to buy.

I buy this crazy good coconut conditioner, I just can't remember the brand.. Will update with it later, promise. Oh, and Queen Helene mint julep mask!

Edit: Here's the coconut conditioner I love, and this is what I bought last time because there wasn't any of the coconut one on the shelf.

u/noribun · 3 pointsr/VeganBeauty

Congratulations on starting a online store! I'm just getting into it and there's so many options for soap, with different oils, and fragrances. I've been reading this book as suggested by SoapQueen and it's been really helpful to get my brain to slow down and write down everything in the process.

You might want to also post on /r/Indiemakeupandmore.

u/okirehtaeh · 7 pointsr/VeganBeauty

Currently using Paula's Choice Clear Ultra-Light Daily Fluid, which is light, finishes matte, and plays well with silicone-based moisturizer and makeup. List of non-vegan Paula's Choice products here.

l also really like:

Kimberly Sayer Ultra Facial Moisturizer

Tinted Josh Rosebrook Day Cream

*Suntegrity 5-in-1: this one does better under water or oil-based makeup.

Logical Harmony recently reviewed a Cover FX sunscreen but I haven't tried it.

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u/moodina · 5 pointsr/VeganBeauty

This one from Desert Essence seems to have good reviews.

Also l’oréal isn’t vegan btw (they test on animals)

u/bethyweasley · 1 pointr/VeganBeauty

Acure Radically Rejuvenating Whipped Night Cream, after being wooed by a sample of Drunk Elephant Protini, I started using this as a dupe and love it.

u/pretzelss_ · 5 pointsr/VeganBeauty

Trader Joe’s has this aloe and green tea gel moisturizer; I’ve tried it and like it!

u/liquor_and_mangoes · 5 pointsr/VeganBeauty

Seconding Manic Panic. My friends and I use the Amplified version. Easy to use, cheap, amd works really well. Amazon link for Manic Panic Flash Lightning Hair Bleach Kit 40 Volume

u/ChaenomelesTi · 1 pointr/VeganBeauty

I found this

But I have no idea if the company would still test on animals or not when the product isn't intended as a cosmetic in this case. I can't find any info about the company Swan.

Edit: There's also Snow River Wood Oil

This seems safer since the company sells kitchen products rather than pharmacy/bath products, right?

u/highlythinking · 3 pointsr/VeganBeauty

I've been using the Acure Radically Rejuvenating Night Cream ($16) for both day & night. It would probably be considered heavy for most, but my skin is soo dry nothing could be too heavy tbh. I just recently read a post (can't remember if it was on this sub or r/SkincareAddiction) that it's a great dupe for Drunk Elephant's Protini Polypeptide cream.

u/Toolate2008 · 4 pointsr/VeganBeauty

Deva curl makes a smoothing serum . Deva by Deva Curl Mirrorcurls for Unisex, 1.7 Ounce

u/laliloleelee · 2 pointsr/VeganBeauty

I am extremely frustrated by elf and its quality, sorry! The following is what i do when lazy but gotta head to work.

Suck it, redness and under eye circles and various discolored skin!

I get this at whole foods for like 14 usually. i know its not like the drugstore but i find this is great bang for buck

and the invisible powder to set here. I hear elf is making their brushes vegan soon so grab their kubuki brush, its like 4 bucks.

Sorry your gear got jacked, this should help keep you from being asked if you are tired all day;) My makeup tacklebox is more high end pro stuff thats vegan like Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics but the cheap shit gets you through the day fine:D