Vegan Bath and Shower Products

by Sandra
Last updated: 24/07/18

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Aldi

Clearly labelled vegan.

 

Beautifully scrumptious

Available in Poundland

Co-op

Co-op Bath Soak

Co-op Bath Soak

Co-op Family Shower Cream Moisture Rich

Co-op Family Shower Cream Moisture Rich

Co-op Men's Shower Gel with Ginger Root Extract and Indulging Shower Gel with Shea Butter Extract

Co-op Men’s Shower Gel with Ginger Root Extract and Indulging Shower Gel with Shea Butter Extract

Co-op Pure Bath Soap

Co-op Pure Bath Soap

Dolly’s Mixtures

Sold in Asda and Poundland and clearly labelled.

earth friendly

earth friendly baby bubble bath

earth friendly baby bubble bath

Faith in Nature

Sold in heath food stores and Oxfam*.

Faith in Nature Grapefruit and Orange Shower Gel

Faith in Nature Grapefruit and Orange Shower Gel

healthpoint

Beautifully Scrumptious bath bombs poundland

Beautifully Scrumptious bath bombs labelled vegan, spotted in Poundland

Humphrey’s Corner

Innecto

Tend to be sold in bargain shops such as Savers and Home Bargains.

kinn living

Our certified organic bath and body products are based on family aromatherapy recipes. Our ingredients are plant-based, eco-friendly, non-toxic, natural, organic, not tested on animals and vegan friendly. Our products are free from parabens, phthalates, SLS/SLES, synthetic fragrances, PEGs, petrochemicals, propylene glycol, colourants. Packaging is recyclable. Made in Britain.

Lush

Lush do loads of vegan bath and shower products that are clearly labeled.

Snow Fairy is available over Christmas.

Oliver Bonas

Original Source

Sold in pound shops and generally any shop selling toiletries and they are clearly labelled. Almost all are vegan.

Original Source Foaming Shower Gel Pineapple. Vegan Society logo

Original Source Foaming Shower Gel Pineapple. Vegan Society logo

Pampered

Sold in Poundland and clearly labelled vegan.

poundland

Poundland own brand Baby bathtime shampoo and top to toe wash labelled vegan

Poundland own brand Baby bathtime shampoo and top to toe wash labelled vegan

Sainsbury’s

Follow this link for full list of Sainsbury’s cosmetics.

Superdrug

If vegan, they are labelled ‘suitable for vegetarians and vegans’. We also have an unofficial Superdrug vegan list.

Superdrug Balance Shower Gel and Energise Shower Gel

Balance Shower Gel and Energise Shower Gel

Superdrug Revitalise Shower Gel and Invigorate Shower Gel

Revitalise Shower Gel and Invigorate Shower Gel

Superdrug Sensitive Bath and Shower Gel

Sensitive Bath and Shower Gel

Superdrug Turquoise 3 in 1 Bath Shower Shampoo and Soft White 2 in 1 Bath Shower

Turquoise 3 in 1 Bath Shower Shampoo and Soft White 2 in 1 Bath Shower*

 

 

Treacle Moon

All vegan ones are clearly labelled. I think all in the photo are vegan. Some of the range contains honey, so check for vegan labels. Sold In Tesco.

Treacle moon Marshmallow Hearts Bath and Shower Gel

Marshmallow Hearts Bath and Shower Gel

 

Treacle Moon Spiced Plum Custard Bath and Shower Gel

Spiced Plum Custard Bath and Shower Gel

Waitrose

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  • Nikki says:

    I tried to reply to Alex’s comment but it wouldn’t let me. Anything that is vegan IS cruelty free, not only does it have to not contain any animal ingredients it also has to be cruelty free to be considered vegan. Vegans are against any animal cruelty, exploitation etc so by that logic if it is vegan it’s cruelty free. So if you are just looking for cruelty free, you can be assured anything listed as vegan IS that as well. It’s the other way round that isn’t true, just because something is cruelty free doesn’t make it vegan. Hope that helps 🙂

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