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The best cruelty-free and vegan moisturiser brands to buy on the UK high street:
It's now nearly 2019, and going vegan isn't anywhere near the impossible feat it once was. The UK hightstreet now sells vegan cheese, vegan coats, and even vegan pigs in blankets - so you're pretty much covered for all of life's necessities.
Also in plentiful supply is vegan cosmetics. But it can be tricky knowing which brands offer these.
See below for a list of vegan and cruelty-free moisturisers and skincare products you can buy on the British high street:
All of Superdrug's own brand skincare and cosmetics are cruelty-free, but not all are vegan. However, their B. range of skincare products are both, so you can buy any of these with confidence.
And if you thought buying vegan skincare products meant forking out a fortune, you're wrong - their day cream is currently retailing at £4.97.
All of Lush is cruelty-free, but around 20 per cent of products aren't vegan. However, this Celestial facial moisturiser is both. It retails at £14.95 for 45g, so isn't the cheapest on the list - but we all know Lush products are worth the investment.
All of Bulldog's products are vegan and cruelty-free, and we their face moisturiser is a reasonably-priced make-up bag staple we cannot get enough of.
It retails at £6. Click here to shop.
All of REN is cruelty-free, but only some of it is vegan. This Ultra Moisture Day Cream is both, and retails at £33. Click here to shop.
Nourish have a range of vegan and cruelty-free skincare products, including this moisturiser that retails at £28. Click here to shop.
Naturally Tribal's range is cruelty-free and vegan, and this moisturiser retails at £24.99.
This brand is considerably pricier than others on the list, but if you fancy treating yourself in the New Year it's definitely one to consider. All of their products are vegan and cruelty-free, and their clarifying moisturiser retails at £96. Click here to shop.
Not all Neal's Yard products are vegan (as some contain Beeswax), but the brand is cruelty-free. And products like this Jasmine Enriching Cream, which costs £24, is vegan. Click here to shop.