With an increasing amount of people becoming aware of their ethical choices when shopping, maybe yourself included, you may be surprised on the amount of brands supporting the cruelty-free movement. But what does it actually mean if a brand is labelled cruelty free? Simply put, the ingredients within the products will not of been tested on animals. So to help with finding the brands that are right for you, here are our top choices of cruelty-free hair and beauty brands which all have certifications.
Dr. Hauschka specialise in a range of award winning unique skincare products which contain only 100% natural and organic ingredients. All their collections are cruelty free and PETA certified.
Paul Mitchell are a leading brand in professional and high quality hair care. They have a large commitment in caring for people and the planet. Since the launch of the company in 1980, Paul Mitchell have stood by their values in being a cruelty free brand and are certified by PETA.
Dermalogica is the leading professional skincare brand in the UK and Ireland, used and recommended by over 20,000 therapists. Using the latest scientific formulas and natural ingredients in their products, Dermalogica is certified by both PETA and Leaping Bunny.
Waterman's specialise in haircare and hair growth and have been featured as the no.1 best selling hair loss product on Amazon as well as a no.1 best selling shampoo with their Grow Me Shampoo for Women & Me. All their products are cruelty-free and are PETA certified.
MineTan are a leading self tanning company who's formulas are specifically designed to be different and applicable to all skin types. All products within their range are cruelty free and use only PETA-approved ingredients.
Smaller of all the brands, Badger are a family-run company specialising in all natural and organic body and skincare products. Badger is certified by both Leaping Bunny and PETA and all products are cruelty free.