Beauty Without Cruelty


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4.0

41 products

443 reviews

72% would repurchase

Not tested on animals

Recent Beauty Without Cruelty Reviews

Cleansers -Beauty Without Cruelty -Aromatherapy 3% Alpha Hydroxy Facial Cleanser

on 10/8/2018 5:57:00 AM

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Ok so This face wash at first was really good but about a week after I started to use it I broke out into hives haha. I have white little pimples ALL OVER MY FACE. I think it had something to do with aha I read that this could be irritating and should be used with caution. My recommendation would be to test for about a week in one spot in your face and see if you get hives. It’s not a bad product but it does not work for my skin. I have eczema and psoriasis so if you have this conditions I would stay away from this product because it is not as gentle as the bottle claims.



Shampoo -Beauty Without Cruelty -Daily Benefits

on 12/1/2017 7:34:00 PM

This is fine. Not really notable. A good price for a natural, cruelty-free option, but my dry curls need something more moisturizing. If you have truly middle-of-the-road hair that doesn't need any particular sort of help, this might be a good option, but I feel like most of us are looking for something a bit more.


Hair -Beauty Without Cruelty -Revitalizing Leave In Conditioner

on 4/13/2017 10:47:00 PM

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I love this stuff. I have straight, fine, easily breakable/split-able hair. I somehow became allergic to something in spray-on leave-in conditioners, so about 7 years ago I gave this one a try and never looked back.

It smells fragrant, not bad, and makes my hair very easy to comb. In fact after toweling, I can put this in, not comb, and just bum around the house, and my hair will mostly untangle and be "combed" before I do anything. I discovered the Wet Brush about 2-3 years ago and this has made my hair-combing experience perfect!

FYI I am a daily hair washer (I know, omg) that leaves for work directly after combing wet hair, so keep in mind that for me this conditioner is washed out every day and then reapplied. I also often use the BWC highland lavender shampoo and conditioner before this, but I don't recommend these two a fraction as much as the leave-in conditioner.

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Lotions/ Creams -Beauty Without Cruelty -Botanical Formula Hand and Body Lotion - Fragrance Free

on 6/1/2016 11:30:00 AM

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I like that this light body lotion is free of parabens, fragrance and vegan. Has a blend of natural oils such as sunflower, safflower, shea butter, and sweet almond. Also has herbal extracts and vitamin E. This is not as rich and emollient as I had expected. It is more of an average daily body lotion. This does not easily absorb into my skin. It is just ok for me, not a stand out body lotion. For a richer moisturizer experience I would go with Shikai Borage Therapy for Dry Skin lotion.


Conditioner -Beauty Without Cruelty -Rosemary Mint Tea Tree

on 12/11/2015 9:53:00 AM

I am really enjoying this conditioner. I think it is one of the better natural ones that actually leave my dry, coarse hair feeling and looking good. Even though there are cones, I think there is just enough to smooth but it doesn't weigh my hair down. The smell is pleasant enough, the texture is super thick but easy to spread. I like it a lot and actually like that is has some cones in it, as it gives me better results than other natural shampoos and conditioners so far. Also the bottle is huge so it is really good value.

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