11 luxury vegan skincare brands that should be on your shopping list

Tuesday, June 22, 2021 United Kingdom


Vegan skincare has been booming in the past 5 years and you probably already are using quite a few vegan beauty and makeup products, but are they fully vegan?


For a product to be approved for Vegan Certification, it must not contain any animal-derived ingredients.



100% vegan brands are not common and they are still few and far between. Most of the organic and cruelty-free skincare brands still use animal by-products as lanolin and beeswax. 
These need to be replaced for the range to class as a fully vegan brand and earn that vegan sticker. Formulas become much harder to make as they try to replace them with equally or even more effective ingredients.


My all-time favourite and surprisingly 100% vegan brand is Aesop, which I found out it’s fully vegan after a thorough research as they don’t market themselves as such, although they are.
It’s one of my most trusted companions since 2014 and can definitely vouch that their products are very researched and of great quality. 
Their Parsley seed range is phenomenal and I recommend it for people with stressed skin. Price point wise they are not very affordable, but the formulas are reflecting the price.


Another one of my favourite skincare brands is Facetheory as it’s very result driven and uses a lot of good formulas to target many common and not-so-common concerns. They have their normal ranges and their PRO range, which uses more potent ingredients. 
The price point can be quite low for some products starting at 4.99£, but as they get more advance they can reach 30-40£ mark. Use code BBNASGANEV for 20% off on their website. 


Another vegan brand is KYLIE skin, which would be a good start if you don’t have any major concerns and your skin is young. Her products give a good moisture boost, but not many anti-ageing properties. 
The eye cream is probably my favourite product from the range and it shows great results, but other than that the range is not result-driven.


Similar can be said about Monday Muse, with their potent Daily Serum and Vitamin Facial Oil. They have only launched these two products, which feel and smell amazing, but are they building a whole routine? 
If you are quite minimal with your routine or you like to incorporate different luxury vegan brands, I’d highly recommend these. Price point starts at 28£ for the 15ml bottle and goes up to 40£ for the 30ml. 


Below is my list of 11 of the most luxurious vegan skincare brands…


Monday Muse is here to help anyone who wants their skin to be healthy and minimize the products they are using. They create minimal, meaningful, multi-purpose products with intentional ingredients you can rely on. 

Shop them HERE.



They are an "effective natural, vegan and cruelty-free skincare, unlocking the goodness of active, nourishing ingredients—full of juicy vitamins and skin-strengthening minerals—to deliver you great skin." according to their website, but I have never tried them to confirm that.

Shop them HERE.



Facetheory is a clean skincare brand with result-driven actives - packaged sustainably and priced affordably. They are vegan and cruelty-free.

Shop them HERE.



Aesop offers luxury skin, hair and body care formulations created with meticulous attention to detail, and with efficacy and sensory pleasure in mind.

Shop them HERE.



Pai uses organic ingredients and they are independently certified by COSMOS (Soil Association), Cruelty-Free International and The Vegan Society.

Shop them HERE.



Kylie Jenner launched this pink and aesthetic skincare. It's great as basic skincare and it's vegan and cruelty-free. 

Shop them HERE.



They formulate with European union standards and avoid 1,300+ questionable ingredients, to ensure their products are safe for our bodies and our planet. They claim they are committed to reducing waste, lightening our carbon footprint, and preserving Earth’s ecosystems. 

Shop them HERE.



Evolve Beauty products are handmade in small batches at their own studio lab in England to ensure the freshness of the antioxidants in the natural oils, butters and extracts. Their products are vegan, cruelty-free and eco-friendly.

Shop them HERE.



When it came to skincare the founder wanted both efficacy and purity. She created Odacité - French play on Audacity- luxurious French skincare & green California living.

Shop them HERE.



They are committed to creating progressive formulas that are 100% cruelty-free, vegan and made with the latest on-trend performance ingredients and botanicals.

Although the brand is not currently in the UK, they do offer free shipping for orders over $60 which is amazing. ( That's like £40) 

Shop them HERE.



Rihanna's skincare line has promised result-driven skincare with vegan and cruelty-free formulations.

Shop them HERE.




I'd love to hear any other brands you think I should try or include in the comments below. 

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