5 Beauty Brands With A Conscience You’ll Feel Great Using

No animals were harmed in the making of these beauty products

Lush
09 Sep 2015

Lush

Bath bombs, makeup, haircare… Lush has it all, with the added benefit of being cruelty-free! Check out its stores located at Wisma Atria, Orchard Gateway and Suntec City Mall.

Must-buys: Sex Bomb and Dragon’s Egg bath bombs and Bubblegum lip scrub.

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics
09 Sep 2015

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics’ products are not only cruelty-free, they are also 100 per cent vegan. The brand is famed for its lip tars - liquid, matte, and highly pigmented. A little bit goes a long way.

Must-buys: The Lip Tars in any colour, honestly. They’re that good.

Burt’s Bees
09 Sep 2015

Burt’s Bees

Burt’s Bees is a rare brand that is responsible on all levels of production, from the procuring of its ingredients to the packaging of the final product. Animal testing is nowhere in sight. Try one of the flavoured lip balms for the true Burt’s Bees experience. They come in eight flavours (vanilla bean, wild cherry, mango butter, pomegranate, honey…) that taste as good as they smell. 

Too Faced
09 Sep 2015

Too Faced

Pick up Too Faced Cosmetics at Sephora. The California-based brand’s Chocolate Bar Eye Palette features a deliciously scented selection of matte and shimmer shadows. The neutral shades make this palette incredibly versatile, while the lack of animal testing sweetens the deal. Palette also comes in Semi-Sweet.

Must-buys: Chocolate Bar eye palette and Hangover primer.

The Body Shop
09 Sep 2015

The Body Shop

It’s no surprise that The Body Shop, founded by Dame Anita Roddick, human rights activist, also champions the rights of animals. Try out one of its iconic cruelty-free products: The All-In-One Face Base. It doubles as a foundation (when used wet) and a mattifying powder (when used dry).

Must-buys: All-In-One face base, All-In-One BB cream and Oils Of Life Intensely Revitalising gel cream.

We’ve all heard that old adage: “One must suffer for beauty.” Thankfully, beauty has become a lot less pain-inducing since the days of rib-crunching corsets and toxic lead-based face creams. Help keep it fun and even more pain-free by supporting cruelty-free brands. These featured companies have a mission: To supply cruelty-free products made with all-natural ingredients. No animal testing, no guilt.

Want to support more cruelty-free cosmetics companies? Download the Bunny Free App and search instantly through PETA’s database of companies that utilise animal testing in their product development. Or look for PETA’s cruelty-free bunny logo on your products.

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