Are The Body Shop Products Vegan?
In search of a new natural shampoo bar, hydrating night cream or some colourful bath bombs and wondering if The Body Shop caters for vegans? Keep reading to discover all.
The Body Shop
The Body Shop has been a big player in the UK beauty scene since starting out in Brighton in 1976 with the aim of making products from ethically-sourced, cruelty-free and natural ingredients.
Are all of The Body Shop products vegan?
Whilst everything for sale in The Body Shop might be 100% vegetarian, not all of their products are fully plant-based. In fact, around half of their skincare, haircare and general beauty products aren’t suitable for vegans due to the use of honey, beeswax and lanolin.
As a certified B-Corporation, The Body Shop has to live up to high ethical and environmental standards in the manufacturing, testing and distribution of goods. This means that they use biodegradable ingredients with a low water footprint and low eco-toxicity that are mostly of a natural origin. They have eco-friendly and conscious packaging and recycling systems in place too.
Which body shop products are vegan?
A few of our favourite plant-based products include:
If you’re desperate to know more then the full vegan Body Shop list can be found here, on their website.
Keep your plant-based question coming our way!
By Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.
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