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List of High-End Luxury Vegan Skincare Brands You Need To Know About

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Luxury Vegan Skincare

I recently published a list of high-end cruelty-free and vegan makeup brands and it was very well received. Some people have since been asking for recommendations for luxury vegan skincare brands.

So, in this post, I’m sharing some of the best mid-range to luxury vegan skincare options!

All of the brands mentioned in this list have been verified as being cruelty-free and don’t test on animals, meeting all of the criteria in our Cruelty-Free Checklist.

Best Luxury Vegan Skincare Brands

The following high-end and luxury skincare brands are 100% vegan. This means these brands do not use any animal-derived ingredients or by-products throughout their entire product line and collection.

Luxury Vegan Skincare Brands

Cruelty-Free & Vegan-Friendly Skincare Brands

Although the following cruelty-free luxury skincare brands may not be entirely 100% vegan. But, they all offer a great range of vegan skincare products. A couple of them are currently working on becoming 100% vegan too!

Hopefully, by showing our support and buying their vegan products, more of these cruelty-free brands will make the switch to becoming fully vegan too!

I’ve also included a list of where you can find more information about the brands’ vegan status and vegan product offerings. If a link is not available, you can easily check the description or packaging as they’re generally great at labeling which of their products are vegan.

Note also, there are some cruelty-free brands I’ve listed that are owned by a parent company that is not cruelty-free. Although these cruelty-free brands are owned by a corporation that tests on animals, the subsidiary brand remains committed to being cruelty-free and confirmed they don’t test on animals.

Luxury Skincare Brands That are NOT Cruelty-Free and DO test on animals

NOT Cruelty-Free – High-End Skincare Brands

The following skincare brands are NOT cruelty-free and should be avoided. Either these brands test their products or ingredients on animals themselves or they allow others to test on their behalf. In addition, some of these brands may sell their products in stores in mainland China where animal testing is mandatory for all imported cosmetics.

  • Amorepacific
  • Caudalie
  • Chanel
  • Clarins
  • Cle de Peau
  • Clinique
  • Darphin
  • Dior
  • Dr. Brandt Skincare
  • Elemis
  • Erno Laszlo
  • Estee Lauder
  • Eve Lom
  • Fresh
  • Giorgio Armani
  • Givenchy
  • Guerlain
  • Kiehl’s
  • L’Occitane
  • La Mer
  • Lancome
  • La Prairie
  • NuFace
  • Origins
  • Peter Thomas Roth
  • Shiseido
  • SK-II
  • Sulwhasoo
  • Tom Ford Beauty
  • Yves Saint Laurent

I will continue to add to this list as I verify more luxury skincare brands’ cruelty-free & vegan status but let me know if you have any special requests to look into a particular brand!

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Sick of eating steamed vegetables time after time? Tired of making the same old meals? Make things exciting and fun, and explore vegetarian cooking with the recipes in this book. Don’t think that ‘meat’ can’t be part of your vegetarian diet! Even if you’re just interested in vegetarian dishes, you can make your own ‘meat’. You hear me! “Make your own meat!” I will show you the traditional Chinese way of making vegetarian meat. The possibilities are endless after you learn how! You can make Kung Po Chicken, Soft Blow Kidney, Sweet and Sour Chicken, and so much more. Learn and digest the recipes in this book. Then get creative, make your own dishes, and really explore vegetarian cooking.

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