For many beauty lovers, big chain stores like Ulta are one of the main places where we purchase cosmetics, skin care, and hair care. Ulta is unique in that they carry both high-end and drugstore brands. This makes it easy to do a lot of your beauty shopping in one place. Being aware of the cruelty-free brands at Ulta can be a challenge simply because they carry so many brands. In an effort to make things easier for consumers, we wanted to create and share this list of cruelty-free brands at Ulta.
Take this guide of cruelty-free brands at Ulta with you the next time you go to an Ulta store (details on how to do that are in the post!) or reference it for easy online cruelty-free shopping!
Browsing the Nordstrom beauty section is always a little overwhelming. There are so many beauty counters there and so many brands to check out! But how do you know which are cruelty-free? This guide from Logical Harmony will help you find the cruelty free brands at Nordstrom that have vegan options.
All of the cruelty-free brands included here are sold at Nordstrom. They are also free of any animal testing and have vegan options. Just as with the Cruelty-Free Brand List, it is noted next to a brand if they are owned by a company who tests on animals. It is also noted if they are a 100% vegan brand.
Continue reading to see the Cruelty-Free Brands Available at Nordstrom!
It is with a sad heart that I write this update on Logical Harmony today. Unilever has just announced that they have signed an agreement to acquire cruelty free and vegan friendly skincare brand Dermalogica. While the brand is currently free of animal testing and has a customer service team that will happily give those who ask a list of vegan options, Unilever is not known as an animal friendly company. Currently, all brands owned by Unilever test on animals. This makes this announcement a potentially scary change for cruelty free consumers.
In 2014, Dermalogica sold $240 million in products. While it has been amazing to see a cruelty free company grow to that level of success, the idea of $240 million going to fund animal testing in any way is very disappointing. While it is currently unclear if Dermalogica will change their cruelty free status, the brand being owned by an animal testing parent company is enough to steer many consumers away from the brand.
Continue reading Unilever Acquires Dermalogica – Will They Stay Cruelty Free? to see the full press release!
One of the latest skincare trends is double cleansing. What exactly is double cleansing? It is using an oil cleanser to remove your makeup and following up with a traditional cleanser. Dermalogica currently has two items to help you with your double cleanse – their PreCleanse Oil and their PreCleanse Wipes. I was able to try out the Dermalogica PreCleanse Set thanks to iFabbo and wanted to share my thoughts here.
Claims: “Deep-cleansing oil melts impurities and make-up from skin. As the first step in your Double Cleanse regimen, PreCleanse thoroughly melts away layers of excess sebum (oil), sunscreen, waterproof make-up, pollutants and products that build up on skin, allowing your prescribed Dermalogica Cleanser to penetrate even further for professional cleansing results. Achieve ultra clean and healthy skin on the go with the Double Cleanse regimen that begins with PreCleanse. Each biodegradable wipe melts away layers of excess sebum (oil), sunscreen, waterproof make-up, pollutants and products, allowing your prescribed Dermalogica Cleanser to penetrate even further for professional cleansing results.”
Continue reading to the Dermalogica PreCleanse Oil and Wipes Review!