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Issue 1767
The student newspaper of Imperial College London

Keep the Cat Free

Cruelty-Free Skincare Brands

The latest cruelty-free brands to switch to right now.

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in Issue 1767

Thinking about switching some of your everyday essentials? This guide will set you in the right direction, bringing you the latest cruelty-free skincare brands and products that won't break the bank.


Known for their gorgeous bath bomb scents and the most welcoming staff, Lush has become a cult beauty brand for many. The company continuously strives for animal rights and ethical concerns. All products are packaged in 100% recyclable materials. Check out some of their bestsellers below.


Ark Skincare

This British Skincare brand focuses on using innovative natural ingredients, suitable for the most sensitive skin. Award-winning skincare which treats skin by age. The most popular product is the Skin Protector SPF 30 Primer. An all-in-one product that moisturises and protects your skin against damaging UV rays.


Neighbourhood Botanicals

Cold-pressed oils at optimum concentrations to hydrate any skin type. Filled with natural ingredients each product is packed in 100% recycled and recyclable packaging. The carbon negative company supports conscious and responsible consumerism. DreamDreamDream Night Facial Oil is a nourishing facial oil packed with essential fatty acids and vitamin C to promote regeneration, helping the skin glow.


Wild Deodorant

For those who want to swap their spray deodorant to an eco-friendly option. The UK's number 1 natural deodorant is kind to your skin. The plastic-free deodorant is a waxy solid packed with essential oils and hydrating agents, keeping your skin fresh all day. Wild Deodorant comes in an aluminium case and 5 different scents.


Earth Conscious

Made on the Isle Of Wight, this natural deodorant offers a budget-friendly option at £7 a stick. The products are gentle on the skin and offer long-lasting protection. Conscious deodorants are aluminium free and paraben-free, helping both the planet and the consumer.



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