Millennials and Generation Z are taking over the consumer population. They are more conscious than previous generations of the ingredients in their cosmetics and are going for the natural route. According to The National, more consumers are looking for products promoting safer alternative lifestyles, cruelty-free, and toxic-free ingredients.
Vegan products can be described as the lack of chemicals, parabens, animal product and testing, and much more. Such cosmetics are becoming a popular and high demand, which brings businesses to review their ingredients, partners, manufacturers to connect with their buyer persona.
As the demand increases, entrepreneurs and businesses are listening and providing. Vegan products are growing massively within the haircare industry and consumers are buying.
Whether you are changing your natural hair regimen or interested in the difference between vegan versus non-vegan hair products, I have four haircare lines should try:
The tropical island-infused haircare line contains “handpicked and handcrafted” ingredients for all hair types and textures. Using natural remedies such as agave, bamboo, and coconut milk, it’s a great vegan option for naturalistas.
Looking for a plant-based, soul-reviving haircare product promoting self-love? Well here you have it. Soulanticals is a “100% toxin-free, cruelty-free and vegan” handmade collection.
Developed by the founder/chemist for health reasons, OBIA Naturals is a 100% vegan, herbal-based, and non-toxic hair and body care line in all curly products for curly, transitioning, and relaxed hair regimen.
Camille Rose Naturals
Created by a vegan mother of five, Camille Rose Naturals uses high-quality ingredients to naturally nourish curly strands. For each product, you can read and understand their full ingredient list on their website and product label.
If you’re interested in learning more about the ingredients in your hair and body care products, go to Environmental Working Group.
Looking for subscription boxes for natural hair and body products? Check out VeganCuts and CurlBox.
Do you know any vegan hair products? If so, share them with us in the comment section below!
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Obia naturals and Camille rose are on my to be bought list. I have heard good things about them
Thanks for the comment! I highly recommend them, I have Type 4 hair and it’s very hard to retain moisture. All of these products have done wonders when I used them.