This product contains no animal ingredients. No live animals are used in the production of this vegan product and no ingredients of animal origin are used. This definition also covers all production and processing steps.
Testing make-up on animals has been illegal in the EU since 2013. This means that all make-up produced and sold within the EU is free of animal testing. A small side note: cruelty-free cosmetics are not necessarily vegan.
All our children’s make-up and nail polish with the vegan logo on the packaging is vegan.
Natural vegan makeup ingredients
If you want to find out whether a product is really vegan, you can study the ingredients list. Watch out for the most common animal ingredients. We have made a handy list for this.
The following products marked with an ‘*’ may also be of vegetable or synthetic origin. This is stated with the ingredient:
Beeswax (Cera Alba) / Honey*
Produced by bees. Mainly used in lip balm, hand cream and masks.
Carmine / CI75470
From the scale louse. It gives lipstick, face powder and nail polish the pink/red color.
Derived from offal of animals. Used in creams and lotions as a filler for wrinkles.
Coming from beef waste. Is processed in creams and lotions and maintains the elasticity of the skin.
The term perfume can be understood to mean a hundred ingredients.
Derived from animal fat and tallow. Is processed in creams and lotions.
Coming from rooster combs or cattle. Is processed in creams and peels.
Coming from skin, hair and nails. Is processed in her products as a strengthener.
Comes from blood, muscle or milk. Works as a preservative in all kinds of make up.
Lanol / Lanlin / Lanolate
Derived from the wool fat of sheep. Used in creams and lotions as a moisturizer and softener.
Derived from liver or eggs. Supports the regenerative capacity of your skin cells.
Mainly from fish. Is processed in all kinds of make-up to support the skin.
Produced by silkworms. Used in hair products and lotions to soften it.
If a product has been dermatologically tested, it means that the product has been tested for irritation on test subjects. Our products have been tested on a group of test subjects, looking at the reaction of the subjects’ skin to the product. The tested products did not lead to skin irritations in the test subjects
*For the sake of completeness, we would like to state that the term ‘dermatologically tested’ indicates that there has been an examination. The term “dermatologically tested” is free to use and has no legal content. The fact that our products have not caused irritations in the test subjects is no guarantee or assurance that other people with different skin types will not react.