The Best Vegan and Cruelty-Free Conditioners 2024
Last updated on December 2nd, 2023
Vegan and Cruelty-free Conditioners for Soft and Healthy Hair
If you’re looking for vegan and cruelty-free conditioners to love and nourish your hair then read on because I’ve created a list of for with options for everyone!
The products in this post aren’t for everyday use, just for when your hair has had a hard week and you need to show it a little extra love.
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The Best Vegan and Cruelty-Free Conditioners 2024:
1. Banana Truly Nourishing Hair Mask – The Body Shop
This insanely delicious banana-smelling hair mask nearly smells good enough to eat and is fantastic on the hair but don’t just take it from me, it has wonderful reviews too.
This cruelty-free conditioner is certified by the vegan society and is also made with 96% ingredients of natural origin. And because it uses vegan silk protein it will help to repair hair from the inside out.
2. Giovanni 2chic Ultra-Moist Deep Moisture Vegan Hair Mask
This vegan and cruelty-free deep moisture hair mask from Giovanni Cosmetics helps to revitalise coarse and over-processed hair as well as workings to prevent split ends. Its rich formula leaves your hair feeling super soft and smooth.
3. Green People Intensive Repair Vegan and Cruelty-free Conditioner – The Green People
This vegan conditioner from Green People is an intensive hair treatment that nourishes the scalp while also moisturising the hair. It’s especially good for those with dry, coloured and frequently blow-dried hair. And of course, it is vegan and cruelty-free.
4. Sukin Hydrating Conditioner – Vegan and Cruelty-free conditioner
This hydrating conditioner from Sukin is 100% vegan and as well as cruelty-free. It’s packed with shea butter and the oils of coconut and sesame, these three active ingredients help nourish, strengthen and naturally repair dry and damaged hair. It’s also free from the nasties that can dry out your hair like silicones, sulphates and other harsh chemicals.
5. John Masters Organics Hair Mask with Rose & Apricot – John Masters
John Master’s vegan hair mask conditioner does a bit of everything, including balancing moisture levels, repairing split ends, and cleansing the scalp. It’s made using organic Rose Water which replenishes lost moisture to help make hair more manageable.
6. A’kin Miracle Shine Conditioning Hair Mask – A’kin
This vegan intensive conditioning mask is packed absolutely full of goodness. It is enriched with Australian avocado oil, Australian jojoba oil and squalane and it also contains Vitamin E and ProVitamin B5. All the stuff you need for a deep conditioning hair mask.
Madara FEED Repair & Dry Rescue Hair Mask – Madara
When your hair really needs feeding, this is the perfect cruelty-free and vegan conditioner. Madara’s Repair & Dry Rescue Hair Mask is created using a unique extract of Northern Chanterelle Fungi which is rich in vitamin D as well as several vitamins and minerals. It will leave your hair shinier, and softer to the touch.
Well, that’s it, now go turn your mane into a silky soft blanket. I hope one of these vegan and cruelty-free conditioners is perfect for you. Happy conditioning!
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