There is a big movement to vegan and cruelty-free products for body and hair, and many of the very brands you know and love have products that are both.
Vegan foods are quickly become an easily accessible genre and we can see the health benefits of the lifestyle. “Veganism is a type of vegetarian diet that excludes meat, eggs, dairy products and all other animal-derived ingredients. Many vegans also do not eat foods that are processed using animal products, such as refined white sugar and some wines,” explains Vegetarian Cuisine Expert Jolinda Hackett.
If you're interested in making the switch to vegan hair products for the first time, or you're looking for a new brand to add to your vegan product lineup, check out our list of Top 10 Vegan Hair Products.
DermOrganic is a signature hair and skin care company that’s proud of being 100% vegan and cruelty-free. Their formulations are based around naturally-derived ingredients that will replenish and refresh your tresses. They use only nature as their guide.
Priding themselves on creating products from the best raw materials that the earth can give, Hugo Naturals uses all-natural ingredients that are pure and simple means to create great products. They have shampoos, conditioners, and a styling gel that most curly girls would love to try.
Founded 40 years ago with natural as the inspiration, Nature’s Gate founders hand collected rainwater, blended it with natural herbs, and create their very first product. They still use a natural base for their products that combine botanicals, herbs, and floral treatments with modern day techniques and ingredients while still staying vegan.
Their products contain only natural, organic, cruelty-free alternatives and they strive to deliver the finest possible formulations that will be beneficial to your tresses. The earth is their plant source, and from rich vegetables, nut oils, pure plant waxes, and herbal extracts they make sure to give you on the best.
Beauty Without Cruelty (BWC) provides a hair care line that’s a perfect combination of botanical herbs, pro-vitamins, and natural plant proteins to give your hair the vitality it needs to be healthy and gorgeous. They pride themselves on using all-natural formulas that are made with essential oils from flowers, herbs, and spices that utilize aromatherapy synergy to balance and beautify your tresses.
Knowing that beauty is more than skin deep, Freeman Beauty labs have loaded up their products with botanical ingredients that naturally cleanse, moisturizes, and soothe your dry, thirsty tresses. They stay on the hunt for the best ingredients to give your hair all the nurturing it needs and they believe in having great hair without paying a million bucks for it.
Their goal is simple…creating products that are healthy, safe, natural, and organic that didn’t scare them to death. They strive to find the best ingredients to make the best products, and although they realize they are still working on finding the perfect combination, they work hard at getting that to their customers. When you look at the ingredients you see they are doing a wonderful job.
Their goal is to make the greatest positive impact on hair and scalp health with the least negative impact on our beautiful earth. Through products, packaging, and day-to-day operations the goal is to support and respect the environment. Their formulas are powerful blends of organic and all natural botanicals that they consciously harvest and 100% vegan. They also are cruelty free and steer clear of alcohols and sulfates.
It’s all about balance to Kosia Naturals. Doing the right thing and uncompromised beauty is how they have sustained themselves in the hair and beauty industry as long as they have. They are delivering the healthy alternative by using organic ingredients that are free of synthetics, parabens, and sulfates.
Abba is about creating products that use and respect the power of plant-derived ingredients. No synthetics in their formulas. They have found a way to create products that perform without gluten, DEA, synthetics color additives, phthalates, sodium chloride, and sulfates. It’s about tapping into the power of proteins.