Believe it or not, it's quite the search when you're trying to find a lip product that is free of any animal products. Many of the lip balms out there are made with beeswax or lanolin, which are great moisturizers, but not vegan-friendly. Beyond the animal-free factor, finding a quality product to protect lips that's free of questionable ingredients like parabens, chemical sunscreens, and petroleum, to name a few, is just as tough. So what's a vegan girl to do? We've searched high and low to find some of the best all-natural, vegan lip balms to soothe, protect, and nourish lips.
Keep scrolling to see and shop the best vegan lip balms.
It's actually pretty common to skip sun protection on our lips; we just forget that we need to tend to that area. This vegan lip balm has SPF 15 and glides on super smooth to give your lips the ultimate hydration.
There's nothing more refreshing than the scent of lavender and mint. This vegan lip balm not only uses those scents for a nice smelling product, but the lavender essential oil calms while you get a nice tingling sensation from the mint.
Here, you'll find coconut, sweet almond, jojoba, and olive oil for the smoothest lips of your life.
This sugar-based lip balm also contains shea butter and Moroccan rose absolute that gently exfoliates the lips.
If you just want a balm that's no fuss and all it does is give moisturize well, this is the balm for you. It is fragrance- and sweetener-free, and made with pure shea butter.
Sweetened with a little bit of organic stevia for a subtle flavor and scent, this vegan lip balm also mostly focuses on hydrating dry lips.
Who wouldn't love a little color to go along with their balm? This vegan lip balm from Pacifica gives off a subtle pink shade while also moisturizing lips thanks to ingredients live avocado and coconut oil.
Infused with shea, coconut, avocado and other natural oils, this crystal-like lip balm is the only vegan balm in eos' line. It comes in three different three flavors—melon blossom, hibiscus peach, and vanilla—and provides lips with weightless hydration.
It's no wonder Amazon customers are obsessed with this 100% vegan and cruelty free lip balm collection. Each creamy lip balm includes skin rejuvenating elements, lip plumping ingredients, natural oils, Vitamin E complex, and healing essential oils. Their moisturizing effects are said to last for hours.
This hydrating lip glossy is loaded with antioxidants and formulated with squalene, 100% organic coconut oil, and shea butter. Kopari's cult product can be used as a lip balm or a gloss over more drying liquid lipsticks.
Aveda is known for being a pioneer in holistic beauty and its role in wanting to help the environment, so it's no wonder that the brand would be responsible for one of the best vegan lip balms. The soothing Lip Saver is great for relieving dry lips.
A hydrating lip treatment that tastes like guava? We'll take it. Layer it under lipstick or wear it alone for a soothing burst of moisture.
Enriched with camellia oil, antioxidants, and fatty acids, this gold vegan-approved lip balm not only locks in all the moisture, it's also gorgeous.
Organic oils pulled from lime, peppermint, and spearmint make for a tasty mojito that were destined for your lips. Thanks to ingredients like coconut oil and Vitamin E, this balm will also add some deep hydration you just might be missing.
A vegan lip balm that doubles for body? Yes, please. Meow Meow Tweet's Rosemary Eucalyptus balm can be used on your lips, hands, and other parts of your skin that are feeling on the drier side. In addition to Rosemary Eucalyptus, Meow Meow Tweet's lip balm also comes in Sweet Orange Tangerine and Coconut Cacao.
Cat lovers, raise your hand. This vegan lip balm by Crazy Cat Lady is made with nutrient-rich organic oils that will heal even the most chapped lips. A complimentary paw print flea bag also comes as part of your order.
Shea butter, olive oil, and jojoba seeds help this vegan lip balm nourish, moisturize, and soften your lips day and night.
Do you have a favorite all-natural and vegan lip balm? Tell us in the comments!
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