Beauty and Grooming

A Guide to Guilt-Free Beauty

Looking after the planet has never been more significant than in 2019. With vegan and sustainable products on the rise, it’s no surprise that the beauty industry has started to adopt an all natural ethos. From vegan ingredients to commitments to anti-animal testing, here is your guide to the guilt-free beauty brands helping you to live an Eco-friendlier life.


With a commitment to manufacturing 100% cruelty- free make up products, Illamasqua caters for all occasions, from everyday office wear to the Hollywood make up looks on the big screen. Illamasqua is dedicated to producing quality beauty products that will never be tested on animals, with strong links to PETA the brand regularly speaks on matters that effect every day society. Here are our top picks from the range.


A self-proclaimed specialist in natural caring ingredients, Elemis boasts a variety of plant-based botanicals as they commit to being leaders in vegan friendly skincare. Their range of beauty products are made up of vegan friendly ingredients; free from animal derived products such as lanolin, animal derived squalene, gelatin, uric acid, keratin and carmine. Integrate Elemis into your skincare routine and wake up to beautiful healthy skin as well as using their vegan beauty products to wash the day away before bed.


Doing exactly what it says on the tin, ESPA is another of our top guilt-free beauty brands. With the tag line Natural Skincare and Luxury Beauty Products, you can expect exactly that. ESPA are another brand dedicated to anti-animal testing with all ingredients harvested without causing harm to any animal. The brand is also working hard to be as sustainable as possible with all product cartons completely recyclable and biodegradable.



With over 20 years of experience in the beauty industry, Petra Strand decided it was time to turn her passion and expertise into an accessible range of beauty products for the 21st century working woman. Pixi promises to produce vegan beauty products using only natural and non-toxic ingredients and are also committed to being 100% cruelty-free.

Pixi does not test on animals, nor do we have any other parties, such as suppliers, conduct any animal testing on our behalf. Pixi uses only the highest quality ingredients which have a proven safety record and are widely used in the cosmetics industry.”


Last but by no means least is Eyeko,the go-to brand for all things eyes. The creation by beauty professionals Max and Nina Leykind has been around since 1999. With a range of mascaras, eyeliners, eye shadows and brow gels, they certainly know how to make our eyes pop. The brand is also an advocate for anti-animal testing, strongly disagreeing with any company who test on animals. The company have started to produce completely vegan products which you can now try out at The Hut.


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Written by Emma Bowkett

Emma Bowkett

Emma Bowkett

Writer and expert