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Companies & Brands

The following brands are vegan:

These Irish companies are vegan:

The following brands have some products which are vegan:

  • Aloe Dent . . . (all vegan apart from the Triple Action toothpaste)
  • Aussie . . . (their SOS range is vegan, and they are a cruelty free brand)
  • Avalon Organics . . . (click here to see the non-vegan products)
  • Cien . . . (some Cien products are marked vegan at Lidl. Company says: “All of our products that are suitable for vegetarians/vegans are clearly labelled on back of pack”. Lidl own brand cosmetic and household products are not tested on animals.)
  • Elave . . . (cruelty-free, Peta approved, 90% of their products are suitable for vegans, Irish based)
  • Freedom Cosmetics . . . (Majority of products are vegan and marked)
  • Garnier . . . (no longer test on animals, many vegan products)
  • Green People . . . (some vegan products)
  • Jason . . . (most of their products are vegan and are marked as such)
  • Lacura . . . (face wash, hand and eye creams – at Aldi)
  • Lavera . . . (search box allows you to list their vegan products)
  • Lush . . . (most of their products are vegan and display the Vegan Society logo on the front of all packaging, labels and signs)
  • ManCave . . . (all except one of their products is vegan)
  • Simple . . . (no animal testing but some products contain beeswax)
  • Superdrug . . . (they have 2 vegan own brands – B by Superdrug, and Studio London – they also have a large selection of vegan products generally – in shops around the country and online).
  • The Body Shop . . . (website has a ‘vegan’ search, and company has stated that all products will be vegan by 2023).
  • The Ordinary . . . (at Boots)
  • Weleda . . . Some vegan products

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