Over the last few years, the vegan hair care industry has boomed. An ever-growing number of amazing brands are popping up both online and on the high street, making it easier than ever to shop for vegan beauty.
So, whether you’re looking for hydrating shampoo, curl-defining conditioner or strengthening supplements, these are the ten vegan hair brands that you need to know about.
Dizziak offers two cult products; a deeply hydrating vegan shampoo and conditioner. Both are brilliant, particularly if your hair is dry, damaged from heat styling or frizzy (which is basically mine in a nutshell).
Made with natural plant based ingredients such as aloe vera, shea butter and argan oil, this powerful duo leaves your hair feeling restored and revived.
You can shop Dizziak at Liberty London, Selfridges or online.
Noughty offers affordable vegan hair products that don’t compromise on quality. Made with 97% natural ingredients, its range includes everything from shampoo to conditioner, masks and serums, covering all hair types and concerns.
My personal favourites are the To The Rescue hair mask and Wave Hello curl cream, which are both perfect for curly hair that’s in need of a little TLC.
Find Noughty’s vegan and cruelty-free range online or on the high-street in your local Boots or Superdrug.
Trying to cut back on plastic? KSONI offers vegan hair care, packaged in aluminium cans. As explained on the brand’s website, aluminium is an infinitely recyclable material that can go from the recycling bin to the shop shelf in just 60 days.
Made with nourishing, natural ingredients, KSONI’s products are designed to be kinder to your body and the planet.
Find them online or at Wearth London and The Kind Store.
If you’re looking to make your beauty routine as environmentally conscious as possible, you might want to check out Ethique’s zero waste shampoo and conditioner bars. Starting from £12, these super sustainable products are long-lasting and easy to lather. The shampoo bars are particularly excellent; my personal favourite is the Frizz Wrangler.
You can shop Ethique’s eco-conscious collection online or at selected Holland & Barrett stores.
Finding the right shampoo and conditioner is important, but if you’re looking to grow your hair, you might want to consider using supplements. SuperFoodLx’s Hair, Skin & Nail Supplements are scientifically formulated with plant-derived ingredients to provide essential vitamins that accelerate hair growth. I discovered this product when I was experiencing hair thinning and I felt that they helped to increase the volume of my hair over time.
You can purchase SuperFoodLx’s products directly from their website.
If you’re willing to spend a little more on your hair care, Rahua is a must-try. Fusing Amazonian oils with organic plant-derived ingredients, its luxurious range is designed to nourish and strengthen. Offering shampoo, conditioner and serums, its products cater to a range of concerns, including dry, coloured and lifeless hair.
Shop on the Rahua website or at a number of online retailers, including Naturissimo and Content Beauty & Wellbeing.