If you haven’t been investigating the in-house range of beauty products and toiletries at UK high street mega-retailer Superdrug, then you have been missing out on a staggeringly-comprehensive range of cruelty-free items.
Superdrug is always a FGV shopping destination when the bathroom supplies are running low. The company proudly displays the instantly-recognisable bunny logo of accreditation entity BUAV on their entire range. This ensures that vegan shoppers can pick up any item from the Superdrug range and feel confident that none of the ingredients have been tested on non-human animals.
Better still, Superdrug have a simple and clear labeling practice that will please vegan shoppers even more. If an item has not been tested on animals and contains no ingredients of non-human animal origins, the container will state that it is suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Superdrug have really brought animal welfare and links to cosmetics to the mainstream.
You might recall a brief article on this blog a few months ago about the gorgeous fig and cherry shampoo I was using. Since then, the number of Superdrug products in my bathroom has exploded. The photos below are only the items I have on vacation with me. There are even more back home in my UK bathroom. If you need cruelty-free make up, body wash, toothpaste, sun care, hand wash, dental floss, hair care, face masks or quite possibly anything else you can dream of then Superdrug is the store for you.
Thank you Superdrug for being a market leader and for doing it so affordably. Much FGV love to you.