And now, more and more brands are reconsidering their ethics. Making cruelty-free promises and vegan-friendly lines to make shopping for products less of a task and a more enjoyable experience! So, this will be the perfect gift for a vegan friend, or if you simply can’t resist the smell, add it to your own collection. Because if you’re like me and you love a good perfume, then check out these 10 best vegan perfumes on the market right now!
Pacifica is one of the most popular vegan beauty brands! Their beautifully packaged perfumes are even the perfect accessory to have round your home. And who doesn’t love the smell of fresh coconut, paired with vanilla? So, this is definitely the one to beat! They also offer traditional spray bottles, roll-on, and solid perfumes – so spray away!
Pacifica Indian Coconut Nectar Spray Perfume $22 available here
This 100% vegan-friendly fragrance focuses on the selection of raw ingredients. It even features one of the most valuable natural ingredients; orris butter. N°15 marks the companies 15th fragrance and as with all their other products it does not contain animal derivatives, instead, it uses plant synthetic origin only.
Auphorie N°15 $148 available here
Iris is one of the most precious essences in the world – Le Labo’s elegant fragrance is infused with Patchouli, Ginger, and Cardamon. This vegan-friendly formulation has been blended just before bottling to ensure the integrity and freshness of its essential oils.
Le Labo Iris 39 Perfume Oil – $144 available here
4. Tsi-La Organics
If you buy organic food, why not buy organic cosmetics too? This brand is committed to keeping beauty green and luxurious – making sure harsh chemicals are being sprayed onto your body. Their perfumes are fortified with a blend of all-natural fruits, antioxidants, essential oils and plant sterols.
Tsi-La Organics Misaki $129 available here
5. Liz Earle
This is personally one of my favorite perfumes and I have never received so many compliments every time I wear it. Two sprays of this stuff and you’ll be smelling beautiful for the whole day – honestly, it doesn’t fade! Its packaging is elegant in its simplicity and speaks of a much higher price tag that it actually has – it is definitely a wonderful addition to your perfume cupboard. Plus its vegan-friendly!
Liz Earle Botanical No 15 $75 available here
6. Kat Von D
Soft, alluring, and dreamy, this vegan-friendly fragrance is sweetened by a bouquet of jasmine and tiar flower with notes of mandarin, caramel, and sparkling Mirabelle plum. Vanilla, sandalwood and creamy musk build to the romance of the perfume – making it a perfect scent for Valentine’s day!
Saint Eau de Parfum $65 available here
7. Tata Harper
Sleep easily at night with this aromatherapy blend. It inspires feelings of peace and tranquillity while helping you find rest and serenity for easy sleep. This 100 percent natural Aromatic Bedtime Treatment helps create a sense of calm, so say goodbye to your anxiety at night.
TATA HARPER Love Potion $60 available here
8. Le Wild
This perfume is really special, it’s literally a bottled bouquet of floral elements that will give you a sense of feminity. And because of the rich gardenias, you will be left feeling refreshed and re-energized giving you that uplift you may need!
Chatencaille Le Wild Eau de Parfum available here
9. Stella McCartney
It’s true, your favorite brand is cruelty-free! None of her products are tested on animals which is why we love Stella even more. Stella’s fragrance is combined with roses, amber, flowers, peony, and mandarin. It gets better, her accessories are fur and leather-free – we know who’s topped our favorite designer list.
Stella Eau de Toilette $96 available here
Apparently, once you wear this perfume, you won’t forget. It’s a reinvented modern take on the familiar traditional smelling Jasmine. It’s perfect for females as it is very floral and will make you feel very feminine! Plus Jasmine is really great at de-stressing and helping you feel relaxed!
LE LABO ‘Jasmin 17’ Eau de Parfum $180 available here
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