Pixi Beauty Vegan Products List

Pixi Beauty Vegan Products List

Are there any Pixi Beauty vegan products? One of the most popular cruelty-free drugstore brands is Pixi Beauty. Many people love this brand for their cult favorite Glow Tonic and then end up trying more of their skincare and makeup. For a long time, finding out what their vegan options were was difficult. Thankfully, that has changed!

This Pixi Beauty vegan products list includes both their makeup and skincare. I was so excited to learn that they have so many vegan options!

Some of the most popular Pixi vegan products are:

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This is the most recent update of a post I originally published on March 12, 2017.

Is Pixi Beauty cruelty-free? Yes!

Pixi Beauty is cruelty-free and does not test on animals.

Are any Pixi Beauty products vegan? Yes!

Thankfully, Pixi Beauty is not only cruelty-free but also has a lot of vegan options! The current Pixi Beauty vegan products list is below.

Where can you find Pixi Beauty vegan products?

Pixi Beauty can be found on their own website, Target, Marks & Spencer, Sephora, and more. Sign up for Ebates and get cash back on your cruelty-free purchases from Target and more!

Pixi Beauty Vegan Makeup:

Pixi Beauty Vegan Skincare:

What are your favorite cruelty-free and vegan products from Pixi Beauty?

Some of the most popular Pixi vegan products are:

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(26) Comments

  1. Hi! I just want to say that I love what you are doing. My parter bought me Pixi c vitamin serum, lotion and toner. At the store they say that it’s vegan, and on their website as well. But they are not on your list here.
    So I guess that the store has the wrong information.

  2. Hi Lovely,

    Love you page as a fellow vegan beauty addict, Just wanted to ask where you sourced the updates. I had a PR package from Pixi recently with their new Glow collection. I emailed to clarify their vegan status also and they replied that they are all vegan (The cleanser, moisturiser, serum and gel) however I was told that the Glow Tonic (original/new) is not vegan friendly as it has <0.1% honey derivative in it. (I know this is minuscule however it does technically mean non-vegan right?). I am in the UK and was sent these from Pixi UK, however as far as I am aware they are the same branding and products just imported to us Brits 🙂

    Just wanted to add what I have been told and I will ask again just to be sure as well!!

    Much love 🙂 Emma!

    1. Hi Emma! All the information I have about vegan options is directly from the brand itself. That’s concerning that they told you Glow Tonic contains something derived from honey as I’ve asked about that specifically and been told it does not and is vegan. I’ll double check with them as well. I do know that their customer service team does often give inconsistent replies about what is and isn’t vegan. I’ll reach out to my contact and see what they know.

      1. Emma Marsden says:

        Hi Tashina, did you ever get the update on the Glow Tonic 🙂 x

        1. I did! They are still telling myself and others that it’s vegan. I even asked specifically about anything derived from honey and was told it doesn’t contain anything. This makes me think that it must be a regional difference. I’m going to add a note to this post about it.

  3. Is this Pixi list current ans up to date? Pixi released a bunch of nee items this years and I wonder if you know if any of them are vegan as I don’t see them on this list? Id love to see an updated Pixi list please?

    1. Just published a new update!

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