Cruelty-Free Beauty Brands - Hair & Skincare

Back in May, I posted a #GRWM featuring only cruelty-free beauty brands. More and more of us are wanting to use cruelty-free and ethical brands which of course is a great thing. To go alongside my GRWM post, I thought I would share some of my favourite skincare and hair care brands that are also cruelty-free. I use a variety of products from these brands, and whilst some are newer than others, I would personally recommend every product that I've tried.


Noughty is one of my favourite hair care brands. I currently use the Detox Dynamo
Clarifying Shampoo and Thirst Aid Conditioning & Detangling Spray. Detox Dynamo is easily the best clarifying shampoo I've ever used. I use it about once a month, but when I do, I know that any build up of product is gone. I've recently found my local Waitrose stocks Noughty in-store so I picked up the To The Rescue Shampoo and Conditioner and I'm looking forward to using them.

Not only are Noughty cruelty-free, their products are also free from parabens, petrochemicals, sulphates and silicones. So not only do they clean your hair, they also look after it. They are also vegan, and some of their products are also gluten-free


Probably the most iconic cruelty-free brand out there. The Body Shop has been dedicated to not just being cruelty-free, but social and environmental issues since the day it was founded. Even at a young age, before I really knew anything about beauty or The Body Shop, I loved all the different scents or 'flavours' they did. I still like you can find the same products, in whatever scent you prefer.

Whilst I've used a lot of their body products over the years, my favourite is still the Body Sorbets. Whilst my favourite was the Green Tea, they stopped selling that so I moved onto the Moringa scent which I still use. It is light, moisturing and sinks in fast. 


Out of all of these brands, Sukin is the newest to me. I first came across the brand through receiving a sample of the Sukin Signature Foaming Facial Cleanser in my July Birchbox. They are an Australian brand, which is also all natural, vegan and cruelty-free. They also do not use a lot of the same ingredients like Noughty. 

Recently, I've been using some of their face masks. If you did not see my Instagram post, my sister was in Australia for the last year and whilst out there, she was given the Detoxifying Clay MasquePink Clay Facial Masque and Coffee & Coconut Exfoliating Masque. My favourites are the Detoxifying and Pink Clay, both make my face feel clean and nourished. 


Whilst most of us might go to Superdrug to pick up a branded product, some of their own-brand stuff is pretty darn good. Their own-brand products are also cruelty-free and are very affordable. Own-brand wise, I use their skincare products. My absolute favourites are the Simply Pure serums and moisturisers, bit I also like the Vitamin E Eye Cream.

Now not all other brands stocked by Superdrug are cruelty-free which might be something to consider, but that is common with a lot of stockists. 

Have you tried any of these brands?

Ellyn xx

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