Summer is nearly here – and so many of us are excited to have the glow to match it.
But what can we use that is Cruelty Free and which ones are Vegan?
Bondi Sands – This Australian favourite is CF and is applying to be CF certified!
B.Tan – “Well you’ve come to the right place. simply no gimmicks, no added nasties, no animal testing and definitely no bullsh*t.”
Fake Bake – “Our product has no animal testing, first because our company members feel very conscientious about that and second, because we are not dealing with harmful ingredients that would require extensive testing. We feel we have the most natural based product to promote healthy skin.”
Isle Of Paradise – Vegan, CF & Organic – http://www.isleofparadise.co.uk/about/ingredients/
James Read – “All products manufactured by James Read Tan whether in house brands or for third party contract manufacture have never been tested on animals. James Read Tan has never conducted animal testing and has never commissioned any outside organisation to do it on our behalf. We also purchase raw materials entitled to be sold in European Market, not known to be tested on animals as per the European Commission.”
Lavera – Certain Lavera products are Vegan – Check out the tan here: https://www.truenatural.com/blog/which-lavera-products-are-certified-vegan/
Model Co – “ModelCo is proudly cruelty-free and a PETA certified cosmetics company.
What this means, is that ModelCo do not test on animals at any point of a products creation. From supplier, producer, manufacturer or independent party all the way through to the shelves and into consumer’s hands, there are no furry friends involved.”
No.7 – Boots own brand
Sienna X – “We can confirm that none of our products are tested on animals, meaning you can confidently pass on this message to all your tan and wax clients.”
Skinny Tan – Vegan
Soap & Glory – Glow Getter – Boots Own Brand
Soltan – Boots own brand
St Moriz – Not sold in Mainland China
St Tropez – “ST.TROPEZ is against animal testing and none of our products have been testing on animals.”
Tan Organics – the first and only tan I’ve used myself. I liked it, but it can be hard to put it on evenly as its an oil. However, it really did help to even out my sunburn/farmers tan that I got climbing Carrauntoohil! Needless to say, it is organic too.
Triology – Available at the Health Food Store – https://www.trilogyproducts.com/uk/our-commitment/ethics
Vita Liberata – Vegan and CF (Vegan except for one product that contains beeswax) https://www.vitaliberata.co.uk/blog/is-vita-liberata-cruelty-free/