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Best Vegan Lip Balms: List of Best Selling Vegan Lip Balms, Serums, and Gels

If you are vegan, you must constantly be on the hunt of finding makeup that is not made from animal by-products and is cruelty-free. But, times have changed and more and more people are looking for ways to reduce their environmental impact, save animals, and just have a clear conscience. With a recent splurge in being ‘green’ and being more conscious of our consumption methods, people are searching for more and more ways to save Mother Nature.

One of the many ways to do this is to switch to vegan makeup and vegan skincare. When we talk about makeup or skincare, a lip balm to hydrate and moisturize lips cannot be ignored and, a lip balm that is good and vegan as well may be harder to find than you think.

So, therefore, i researched with my team and found you the list of Vegan Lip Balms and tested them all to figure out which ones is the winner among all; the list of the best vegan lip balms is here:

List of Best Vegan Lip Balms and Serums to Try In 2020-2021:

Don’t worry, we have done most of the effort for you and have come up with a list of best vegan lip balms to solve your dry lips problem once and for all without compromising on your role toward the environment. 

 

  • Honest Vegan Lip Balm:

 

A good lip balm is the one that provides hydration and moisture to the lips without being harsh on them. The lip balm by Honest is just that. It hydrates the lips and adds shine to them so they look healthier. Free from any hard chemicals like alcohol and parabens, and filled with Australian Red Finger Lime and Deoxy Glucitol, this serum will transform the texture of your lips in one application.

 

  • Soothing Touch Unscented Vegan Lip Balm:

 

A lip gloss that is vegan moisturizes lips, and makes them look fuller and plumped is this Soothing Touch Unscented Vegan Lip Balm. It is an affordable drugstore option that leaves the use of lip injections out of question. The glossy look is subtle and not that ‘out there’. Want the cherry on top? It uses the collagen that is already present in your lips to make them look juicy and fuller. Lastly, it is vegan and cruelty-free which is primarily what you are looking for in a vegan lip moisturizer.

 

  • Eye of Horus Bio Lip Elixir:

 

Want to treat yourself with a fancy lip balm without it weighing down on your conscience? Try this Eye of Horus Bio Lip Elixir. It is organic cruelty-free and vegan. It is meant to give healthy hydration and fullness to the lips with a packaging that is a ’sight for sore eyes’. Though the price tag is a bit heavy, the perfect formulation and packaging make it worth it. Apply it underneath the lipstick, or over it, or leave it as it is for natural and healthier looking lips.

 

  • Jane Iredale Sugar & Butter Lip Scrub/Gloss:

 

If you are a fan of a no-makeup-makeup-look or you like natural-looking lips, you might want to try this Jane Iredale Sugar & Butter Lip Scrub/Gloss. It is packed with everything that your lips need. It is a scrub, a lip gloss, a lip moisturizer, and a subtle lip tint. And that’s not even the half of it. Despite containing all that it is free of any harsh chemicals and is vegan. It is made with shea butter and peptides and provides a kind of tint to your lips that looks subtle and smooth.

 

  • Herbivore Botanicals, Natural Coco Rose Lip Conditioner:

 

Herbivore Botanicals, Natural Coco Rose Lip Conditioner is made with all the natural lip moisturizers that you can think of. Coconut oil, shea butter, and Moroccan rose to name a few. The packaging is minimalistic yet classy and the lip balm itself smells like roses. It is free from alcohol, sulfates, artificial tints, and scents. The preservatives used are all-natural and the ingredients used in this lip balm are completely vegan.

 

  • Hurraw Almond Lip Balm:

 

If we are discussing best vegan lip balms, we need to mention Hurraw, as this may be the most raved about vegan lip balm in the bandwagon. The nut and seed oils and butter in it are cold-pressed at low temperatures to preserve the natural nutrients present in them. It is available in a variety of flavors (15, to be precise) such as chocolate, coconut, coffee bean, vanilla, etc. it provides the hydration that your lips need, is vegan, gluten-free and long-lasting. Although some people, with extremely dry lips, have complained that it dried their lips even more. 

 

  • Crazy Rumors Lip Balm:

 

Crazy Rumors lip balm is rightfully rumored to be one of the best vegan lip balms that existed to date. It is cruelty-free, alcohol-free, paraben-free and gluten-free (that’s a lot of frees, isn’t it?). Even so, it does its job pretty well with its amazing formulation of shea butter and jojoba oil. It is available in a variety of flavors and scents including banana and French Vanilla. Last, but by no means the least, it provides hydration to dry, dull, cracked, and chapped lips leaving them moisturized and soothed.

 

  • Pure + Simple Aria Lip Balm:

 

Made without using any kind of animal by-product and only natural oils, this Pure + Simple Aria Lip Balm can take away all your dry lips problems. You don’t have to wonder about the composition of this lip balm as it is free of all the harsh chemicals and is 100% vegan. The formulation of jojoba oil, castor oil, avocado, and Vitamin E helps repair and replenish the skin cells of lips. One downside of it is that it may make the lips chapped in some cases.

 

  • Pacifica Beauty Color Quench Lip Tint:

 

Last on the list is this lip tint and balm by Pacifica Beauty made with coconut oil, avocado, and fatty acids to provide smoothness and hydration to your lips. It doesn’t contain any hard chemicals, petroleum, or gluten. It is not tested on animals, is organic and totally vegan. So, enjoy smooth and tinted lips with Pacifica Beauty which is available in six color shades.

According to some reviewers, it caused rashes on their lips, so it may not be for you if you already have sensitive lips.

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The articles, cosmetic tutorials, and beauty tips on SheBegan magazine are contributed by experienced fashion professionals, beauty & cosmetics experts. The team of our beauty and cosmetics professionals tests the products and then share the outcomes with proper citations and then after passing all the research & editorial checks; the content is sent live making sure there exists No Conflict of Interest. You can read about our authors, volunteers, team members and editorial board with our content review, product testing, tutorial guidance process here.

Suhira Munshi

Suhira heads the editorial department of SheBegan Magazine. She joined SheBegan Magazine as an author in 2017, and her writings also appeared on cosmopolitan, lifefalcon and other mags. Suhira loves to write on wellness-related topics, skin/hair/beauty tips, and bridal grooming niche. Later, in 2019, she became the head of our editorial board and also holds the position of Growth analyst. Having had sufficient experience with fitness and nutritional balance, Suhira has worked as a fitness trainer at local Gyms, we utilize her experience in our fitness and nutritional recommendations.

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