Our Favourite Cruelty Free Skincare Products For Every Budget

It’s a good way to start our Cruelty Free Beauty-series with skincare. Any skin needs looking after, and with these brands products, you can achieve a healthy, glowing skin without filling your pores with bad chemicals and all these brands are cruelty free.

Here are our favourite cruelty free skincare brands and products, for every budget!



Superdrug has a great variety of cruelty free brands, and their own brand is 100% cruelty free.

Superdrug Purifying Cucumber Peel-Off Mask, £2.59

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This mask is a bargain, if you want to get rid off your dull, tired skin. This mask will even out your skin tone, as the cooling, moisturising effect of cucumber will help to calm down your skin. Shop HERE.

Superdrug Essential Cleansing Facial Wipes, £0.99    The Vegan Sphere Recommends!

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Cleansing wipes are great when you don’t have time/energy to start washing off your makeup. These come really handy especially when travelling. Superdrug has cleansing facial wipes for every skin type and they’re only 99p! Shop HERE.



This makeup/skincare brand, which is exclusive to Superdrug, is completely cruelty free and also 100% VEGAN! Products have different phases that are targeted to different ages, so you can easily find a product that will be good for your skin.

B. Nourished Advanced Serum, £14.49    The Vegan Sphere Recommends!

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This serum uses plant stem cells to nourish and moisturise the skin, reducing fine lines and leaving the skin look brighter. A great product that beats many high-end serums! Shop HERE.

B. Radiant Day Cream, £10.99

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B. Radiant Day Cream is very hydrating and the concentrated Tetrapeptide helps to improve skins elasticity. It has a very light texture, which makes it a perfect moisturiser to wear under makeup. Shop HERE.



The Body Shop is a company, which is against animal testing and for natural ingredients. They have a wide range of products for skin, hair and also big variety of makeup.

Camomile Sumptuous Cleansing Butter, £10

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This cleansing butter is perfect for any skin type, also for very sensitive skin. It removes every last trace of makeup, even a waterproof mascara, leaving the skin feel fresh and soft. The camomile extract from Norfolk, England smells amazing and you only need a small amount of this product, so it will last for ages! Shop HERE.

Vitamin E Moisture Cream, £13      The Vegan Sphere Recommends!

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The Body Shop’s Vitamin E-range is the perfect skincare range. The Vitamin E helps to hydrate and plump your skin, making it look radiant and feel silky-soft. Use this lightweight moisturiser after cleansing and toning your skin. Shop HERE.



This skincare line has gained loyal following of celebrities and skincare enthusiasts. The Romanian-born chemist and cosmetologist has been creating personalised skincare products for all skin types, for over 40 years, specialised in fighting acne and anti-ageing and being cruelty free.

Drying Lotion, £16      The Vegan Sphere Recommends!




The Drying Lotion, is probably one of the best-selling products by Mario Badescu. And it’s not a surprise; this product makes your blemishes disappear overnight! Dip a cotton bud on the bottom of the bottle, and cover your spots with the pink product. Shop HERE.

Facial Spray With Aloe, Herbs And Rosewater, £12


This refreshing facial mist is perfect when you need to freshen up throughout the day. Herbal extracts and the fragrant rosewater give dehydrated, tight and uncomfortable skin a perfect boost and it works as a makeup setting spray as well (also you can use it on your hair!). Shop HERE.




Liz Earle uses natural ingredients, and is against animal testing. This award-winning skincare line will look after your skin, giving great results for skin of any age.

Cleanse & Polish™ Hot Cloth Cleanser, £15.50


This cleanser wipes off all the makeup, leaving skin soft, smooth and moisturised with the help of enriched cocoa butter. Rosemary, chamomile and eucalyptus tone, soothe and purify the skin removing all the crud and pollutants that your skin is prone to, especially when living in a big city. Use it with the pure cotton cloth, gently exfoliating the skin at the same time. Shop HERE.

Instant Boost™ Skin Tonic, £14.50     The Vegan Sphere Recommends!


This toner is a great add to your skin care regime. It refreshes, soothes and brightens up the appearance of the skin, leaving the skin heavenly hydrated and clean. The fragrant toner consists from naturally active ingredients such as aloe vera, cucumber and vitamin E. Shop HERE.



This Hungarian mineral skincare line brings the spa to your bathroom. The products that are created in a Nobel-prize winning lab, will give you the results you need, using Hungary’s mineral rich healing waters combined with vitamins, essential oils and other natural ingredients sourced across the globe. Since pulling out their sales in China in January 2017, it regained its cruelty-free status.

Gold Rescue Cream, £150



This cream is a lifesaver for a dehydrated, tired skin, especially in the colder seasons. It’s literally like a facial in a jar, of which potent thermal water-in-oil barrier formulation nourishes the skin intensely. The cream has real gold in it, which helps your skin look more youthful and the combination of peptides helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Shop HERE.

Perfecting Lip Balm, £32     The Vegan Sphere Recommends!



This lip balm definitely does what the brand tells it does. It hydrates and plumps your lips, with the help of shea butter, eucalyptus and hyaluronic spheres, leaving them soft and smooth. It’s a great primer before applying lipstick or gloss. Shop HERE.


Emma Hardie is considered as a leading pioneer in natural healing and skin rejuvenation in the UK today. Her products are cruelty free and made with natural ingredients that will help to heal your skin, whether you are suffering from breakouts, dryness or fine lines.

Moringa Cleansing Balm, £38     The Vegan Sphere Recommends!


The award-winning Moringa Cleansing Balm is a miracle for your skin. It thoroughly cleanses deep in the pores, moisturising and calming the skin with the help of natural ingredients such as Grape Seed Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Moringa seed extract and Vitamin E. The essential oils of orange, neroli and mandarin rejuvenates and revitalises the skin, whilst jasmine and rose helps reconditioning dull, dry, dehydrated and mature skins. It is perfect for all the skin types to remove all the traces of makeup. It can also be used as a soothing and hydrating mask if left on the skin for ten minutes. Shop HERE.

Moisture Boost Vitamin C Cream, £45


This vitamin enriched day cream will help to bring out your skins natural radiance. It’s a blend of Vitamin B3 and Vitamin C that will help you to reduce the appearance of dark spots and promoting healthy collagen production, making the skin look brighter, clearer and more even. The cream also contains Red Algae Extract, which is shown to have a reversing effect on UV damage and also adds a luminous, refined complexion to your face. Shop HERE.

Read our previous post: Why should I be cruelty free?

List of all cruelty free brands

List of brands that test on animals

Read more: Peta.org.uk


7 thoughts on “Our Favourite Cruelty Free Skincare Products For Every Budget

    1. Thank you Lauren for your sweet comment!! Being cruelty free is so important, and there are actually so many great brands that don’t test on animals and use only natural ingredients. Why should companies do business any other way? X

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