The Best Cruelty-Free Razors

The Best Cruelty-Free Razors

Looking for a cruelty-free razor to add to your hair removal routine? There are a handful of options out there.

When it comes to a cruelty-free beauty routine, an often overlooked product is cruelty-free razors. It doesn’t seem like a product that would be tested on animals, right? But many brands who make razors make other products too, and many mainstream shaving brands test on animals. If you’re vegan, add to that the fact that most brands also use moisturizing strips that contain ingredients derived from animals, such as lanolin. It can feel impossible to find a cruelty-free razor. But don’t get discouraged – there’s hope out there!

Thankfully, there are cruelty-free razors out there that work great and are also vegan-friendly too. There are also lots of great cruelty-free and vegan shaving creams as well. Most of them you might have to order online or check your local natural foods store for, but they are getting easier and easier to find.

Some cruelty-free & vegan razors are:

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There are three brands that make cruelty-free razors. While it would be great if there were more, these three cruelty-free brands make nice products that will help keep your skin smooth and stubble-free.

Cruelty-Free Razor Options

The following brands are cruelty-free and make vegan-friendly razors.

Cruelty-Free Shaving Creams & Gels

Even after someone finds a cruelty-free razor that they like, it can still be hard to find cruelty-free shaving creams and shaving gels. The following brands make cruelty-free shaving creams and shaving gels:

Which cruelty-free razors do you use? Which are your favorites? Let me know in the comments below!

Some cruelty-free & vegan razors are:

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(40) Comments

  1. Kim Fontaine says:

    I love the 5 blade Preserve razor. I just wish it came with a plastic cap like their 3 blade razor does. Also, Kiss My Face shave lotion is my absolute favorite shaving cream with Cool Mint being my favorite scent. Having a pump dispenser makes it very convenient to use.

  2. The new 5 blade razor from Preserve is soooooo amazing! The 3 blade was okay, but the 5 blade is everything I missed about conventional razors. Do you happen to know if the Every Man Jack blades are also vegan?

      1. Miranda Larson says:

        YES! That is so awesome!

  3. I liked Preserve, except for the fact that you can only use it once before the blades rust very badly. Which, is a huge deal to me. Maybe I’m doing something wrong?

    1. Hmm.. That’s an odd issue that I haven’t experienced. How are you storing the razor when it’s not in use?

  4. Hi! I was hoping to try the Personna Halo 5 blade razor, but can’t seem to find it anywhere online.. Do you know anywhere that sells it? Or of another vegan friendly razor option (I haven’t tried Preserve yet, but it doesn’t get very good reviews..). Thanks so much!

  5. I recently bought Just the Basics, a CVS brand, shaving cream. It says it’s cruelty free. But check the ingredients, and it’s not vegan. It has stearic acid, which is related to tallow. That is from beef fat. Sounds kind of gross, if you ask me. I am advocating for the animals, a long life veggie girl, and have been looking up ingredients in food and drinks. It’s amazing what you find in foods, drinks, and household items that you never thought of were from animals!

    1. Just so you know, there is actually a plant-derived stearic acid too. For many ingredients that are animal-derived, there is a plant-derived counterpart. 🙂

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