Let's have a look at good nourishing and hydrating vegan eye creams that were not tested on animals. But the ones that did pass the test for eye creams that actually work.
Meet Witlof Skincare, a natural and vegan skincare brand. Their vegan, cruelty-free and natural eye creams are also suitable for sensitive skin. Don't worry. There are no synthetic perfumes, parabens or petroleum-based ingredients in their eye creams. A true treasure to have in your bathroom.
You might also want to keep an eye on PHB and their wonderful vegan eye creams with organic ingredients.
Remember, ageing is a part of everyone's life. Wrinkles remind us of the days we spent laughing and crying from joy. In today's world it might not be easy to love them, but always keep trying!
At the same time, puffy eyes and dark circles can also remind us of the nights we didn't get that much sleep. Or had one too many drinks. But don't panic. And check out our vegan & cruelty-free eye creams that help with dark circles, puffy eyes and wrinkles.
Ananné makes lovely vegan & cruelty-free products free from synthetic chemicals and plastics inside. Their vegan and cruelty-free eye creams are no exceptions. They help reduce swelling and dark shadows while reducing fine lines and wrinkles.
MGC Derma should be on your to-check-out list too. Their vegan and cruelty-free eye creams are great for increasing circulation and lymphatic drainage around your eyes. This helps with dark circles and puffy eyes. They also have great eye creams for fine lines and wrinkles – aka the early signs of ageing skin.
Next to amazing vegan and cruelty-free eye creams, you might also want to use eye roller balls from Boozyshop. They boost your blood circulation and reduce puffiness. And let's be honest. Who doesn't want a nice massage from time to time?