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100% Palm Oil Free Beauty Brands We Love

Care about the rain forests and orangutans? Make sure you’re using palm oil free beauty brands!

By Lora O’Brien

It seems like everyone is talking about palm oil right now. But…why? I mean, it seems to be so innocent: it’s just vegetable oil extracted from the fruit of oil palms. It’s all natural, and it’s used in everything from chocolate and cookies to beauty products and household cleaners. So what’s the big deal?

Well, if you’re in the UK, you’d know from Iceland’s Christmas ad campaign, which went viral after being banned due to it being too ‘political.’ If you haven’t seen it yet, do so, below – it will break your heart because it outlines how palm oil is evil on a tree – it’s a monoculture crop that’s responsible for deforesting the Amazon and other lush areas of the Earth that are protecting our planet from global warming. It’s also responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of animals, and is pushing the orangutan to the brink of extinction.

That’s why we here at Eluxe do NOT regard palm oil as vegan friendly, though it’s a plant based material.

Most consumers aren’t aware of the evils of palm oil, and chances are your bathroom and kitchen shelves are harbouring palm oil products. But the campaign against palm oil (the production of which is responsible for 10% of total greenhouse gas emissions and the loss of at least 100,00 critically endangered Bornean orangutans) is growing.

Humans are consuming a staggering 50 million tonnes of palm oil each year. Not sure what that means? Well, basically every hour, an area of rainforest that is the equivalent size of 300 football fields is cleared to make room for palm oil production. And with it, the habitat for many orangutans that call the forests home is destroyed in the process, resulting in the loss of over 50,000 deaths.

The Greenwashing Begins

Global beauty brands are taking note. For example, L’Oréal has pledged to achieve 100% traceability on the palm oil it buys and Estée Lauder has adopted a no deforestation policy where palm oil suppliers must prove no trees were felled in their processes. But savvy consumers don’t really trust these huge beauty conglomerates, who have broken promises about not testing on animals in international markets, and who generally use loads of nasty chemicals in their products.

The only way to really protect the planet and its animals is to avoid palm oil at all costs. Luckily, it’s easier than you’d think! But be careful – a lot of online publications (yeah, Bustle, we mean you!) are touting products that don’t contain palm oil – but guess what? By buying those, you’re actually contributing to the profits of unscrupulous companies who use the stuff in their other products.

I’ve found 15 beauty brands that are 100% palm oil free – they don’t use that crap in ANY of their products, meaning you can buy anything you like from them with a totally clear conscience. I hope these labels set a good example for all others – given all the damage it does, there really is no excuse for using palm oil, ever.

Palm Oil Free Beauty Brands We Love

1. Axiology

Think your go-to lipstick is safe from palm oil? You may want to double check that, as many unethical brands sneak this cheap oil into makeup, because palm oil holds colour well and doesn’t melt at high temperatures. But guess what? There are plenty of other equally effective ingredients to use, and Axiology doesn’t use products that damage the environment in the name of vanity.

Their lipsticks will nourish your lips and provide a long-lasting pop of colour. But here’s what we love best: the brand donates a percentage of profits to the Orangutan Foundation International, a charity that helps to save orangutans who are under threat due to palm oil production.

We love: Their total dedication to saving the orangutan

Price range: $$

2. Fat and the Moon

If you rely on drugstore products for convenience, you’re more than likely funding the palm oil industry in some form – big time! But you can easily swap over to a palm oil-free brand instead, and one that covers pretty much every beauty item you’ll need is Fat and the Moon.

Founder Rachel Budde creates handcrafted and herbal products are all 100% vegan, natural and quirky. The best part? They sell everything from makeup and body cream to mama and baby products.

We love: The kinda cute, recyclable, hippie-ish packaging

Price range: $

3. PHB Ethical Beauty

PHB believes that the earth provides us with everything we need to have happy healthy skin, and with this ethos behind them, they’ve created a range that is not only certified vegan and cruelty-free, but also palm oil-free, too!

From skincare to make-up, the brand provides us with the purest and effective products that are 100% naturally derived and ethical while also using their brand as a platform to raise awareness to the destructive use of palm oil in the cosmetics industry. What I love most about PHB is that they sell ALL your beauty needs, from skincare to makeup and even hair care.

We love: The huge selection this brand offers. Is there anything they don’t make?

Price range: $

 

 

4. Neom Organics

Beautifully scented, totally free of harmful chemicals and luxuriously made, Neom Organics has built a reputation for natural luxury. Their dedication to using the purest and finest essential oils to create skin remedies, and mood enhancing roller-balls and spritzes has led it to become a cult brand when you need to find a little “me” time.

Of all the palm oil free beauty brands here, this one may well make the best one to gift!

We love: The fact that their totally indulgent candles and aromatherapy products match the scents of their their bath and skincare ranges so you can layer your favourite perfumes.

Price range: $$$

 

5. Odylique

Odylique Skincare want to ensure that they do everything as ethically as possible, so they not only source the very best plant-based skincare ingredients for our health and planet (and have done for over 25 years), but they discourage the use of palm oil in beauty.

They’re proud to state that they never use it in any of their products, and encourage their consumers to say NO to using it, too. Another great thing they do is contribute to charities such as Rainforest Action Network, Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth.

We love: The fact that these products are great for eczema, psoriasis and super sensitive skin

Price range: $$

 

6. Chantecaille

When it comes to both the planet and animal conservation, French brand Chantecaille is leading the masses towards both ethical and clean beauty.

Not only are their products free of phthalates, sulphates, detergents, mineral oil, petrolatum, synthetic colours, synthetic fragrances and GMOs, but they’re using their platform for the greater good by working alongside a number of environmental charities, one of them being The Rainforest Alliance, a charity dedicated to protecting wildlife and tropical rainforests.

We love: The Parisian quality of this stuff, and their dedication to the Rainforest Alliance

Price range: $$

 

7. Atomic Makeup

Atomic Makeup is a vegan brand that is slaying when it comes to popping shades of lipstick! Zero palm oil is used! In fact, the vitamin E in their lippies is not only gluten-free but is formulated with the maximum amount of pigment, providing full coverage that is both weightless and matte and won’t leave your lips dry and cracked.

In fact, the lipsticks are super comfortable and will hydrate your lips are you wear them. And with a multitude of shades available, there’ll be one suitable for all skin types.

We love: The stunning range of colours! Especially those metallics…

Price range: $

8. Earth Tu Face

One question Earth Tu Face find they’re always asked is whether it’s difficult to create an entirely palm oil-free line of organic skincare products. Their answer? Heck, no! In fact, Earth Tu Face is proud to focus on one thing: skincare solutions. And one way to cut the demand for palm oil is to find healthy alternatives that are as good for our body as they are our planet.

The label has chosen to use sustainable ingredients that are easy to propagate such as lavender, chamomile, geranium and coconut oil, and their ethos is to create skincare products that are as supportive to the people using them as they are the planet creating them.

We love: The fact that herbalists work hard to create skincare here that works, thanks to the power of plants.

Price range: $$$

9. MuLondon Organics

A long-time favourite of Eluxe Magazine, MuLondon offers totally natural skincare. It’s basically no-nonsense cleansers (milks or foaming liquids), paired with rich, hydrating creams. What more does your face really need?

We love: The gorgeous scents of these creams. Marigold, Frankincense and Myrrh or Chocolate Truffle, anyone?

Price range: $$

palm oil free skincare

10. Camp Skincare

The brand may look simple with their minimalist packaging, but CAMP is a luxury line of small-batch beauty products in Toronto that uses botanical ingredients of the finest quality to nurture and treat skin – all without using a drop of palm oil!

Believing that healthy, safe and powerful ingredients should be readily available to all, this natural skincare range is natural, organic and cruelty-free.

We love: The clean, minimalist packaging

Price range: $

palm oil free skincare

11. Bloomtown

Bloomtown founders Preyanka Clark Prakash and her husband Medwin Culmer actually spent two years in Indonesia seeing the damage palm oil production was doing. What they witnessed caused them to launch the first ever certified palm-oil-free cosmetics company in the UK.

Today, Bloomtown uses tons of organic ingredients to create its masks, body oils, soaps and many other grooming products, as well as gorgeous, naturally scented candles!

We love: How the founders actually witnessed palm oil damage themselves

Price range: $

12. Sugar Face

After travelling the world, the founders of SugarFace realised that there are so many unique, plant-based ingredients used around the world, and they decided to bring all these wonders into their products. Today, each of their items – be it a mask, cream, cleanser or serum 0 is locally sourced and cruelty free.

We love: The cheeky product names: Don’t Wanna Be My Ex, or Ten Missed Calls masks, anyone?

Price range: $

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13. Amaranthine

Handmade in bonnie Scotland, Amaranthine is a range of luxury skincare products that are 100% natural, preservative and palm oil free. Their range has products to suit all skin types and is particularly beneficial for acne and rosacea prone skin.

The brand believes that skincare should never be a chore, but more of a ritual to look forward to – “time-out’ from your busy schedule to indulge in some self-care. Their products are formulated with essential oil blends that are chosen not only for their skin benefits, but because they smell incredible and can positively affect your mood, too.

Of all the palm oil free beauty brands here, Amaranthine was the first skincare company in the world to receive a Palm Oil Free Certification Trademark. A Certification Trademark enables consumers to see at a glance if a product is palm oil free. 

We love: The packaging! Gorgeous cobalt blue glass and overall modern, clean look.

Price range: $

14. Remeie

Melbourne-based brand Remeie Botanicals is inspired by traditional remedies that have been carried on for centuries around the world using herbs and natural plants to both nurture our skin and promote wellness. They’re also one of the few companies in Australia to use Phytoplenolin; a native Australian plant traditionally used by indigenous Australians to treat wounds, infections and inflammations.

All of their products are vegan, ethical and free from nasties especially palm oil and have been crafted alongside scientific advancements to help us all achieve healthy skin with minimal fuss.

We love: The minimalistic style packaging and the fact it’s 100% recyclable.

Price range: $

Palm Oil Free Beauty Brands

15. The Perfect V

We all want to look and feel our best from top to toe, and now our intimate areas are being catered for thanks to NYC based brand The Perfect V. Inspired by Nordic natural lifestyle and the carefree confidence Scandinavian women have when it comes to their body,

The Perfect V is a luxury skincare line designed especially for the bikini area, treating that area like we do every other part of the body. All products are PH-balanced, dermatologist and gynaecologist tested, paraben and palm oil-free and made with ingredients sourced directly from Scandinavia.

We love: Everything about this brand and its products! Now our V area can look as beautiful as the rest of our body!

Price range: $

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6 Comments

  • Reply
    Michele Seear
    Oct 3, 2019 at 12:07 am

    Hi
    Do you have a list of ethically sourced palm oil free makeup and body care products in New Zealand

    • Reply
      Chere
      Oct 3, 2019 at 2:40 am

      Hi Michele! I’m not sure….maybe some readers can help? Anyone got some answers?

  • Reply
    michelle desilets
    Oct 12, 2019 at 10:21 pm

    DYK, organisations engaged in this issue do not advocate a blanket boycott of palm oil?
    https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1532488083549456&id=1532469653551299
    Better to demand #DeforestationFree #PalmOil.
    Why Boycotting Palm Oil Is Not The Way To Save Orangutans http://www.theswitchreport.com.au/top-stories/boycotting-palm-oil-not-way-save-orangutans/
    #ChooseSustainable and #SaveOrangutans!

  • Reply
    5 Brands You Think Are Eco Friendly...But Really Aren't - Eluxe Magazine
    Nov 15, 2019 at 9:05 am

    […] environmental disasters the planet faces today. Many vegans consider palm oil based products not to be vegan friendly or even cruelty-free, since palm oil is pushing the orangutan to extinction. The presence of […]

  • Reply
    Nick
    Nov 30, 2019 at 7:41 pm

    A biotech beauty company delivering the first zero deforestation palm oil biosimilar made sustainably from yeast fermentation (like beer and bread) just launched. They are partnering with leadership brands to roll out the first zero deforestation beauty oils. This changes the game completely. WOW!!!
    Goodbye #palmoil Hello #cleantechforbeauty

    • Reply
      Chere
      Nov 30, 2019 at 10:38 pm

      Kind of yes, kind of no. With so many great natural and sustainable oils in the world, who needs bio-tech??

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