Cruelty Free Pamper Night

Cruelty Free Pamper

Cruelty Free Pamper Night

I recently wrote a blog post showing you how easy, and cheap it is to go cruelty free (check it out here). In this post I showed you 6 beauty must-haves for under £10. Today I’m going to be showing you my favourite Cruelty Free products to enjoy on your perfect pamper evening. These products are perfect for when you are in need of a relaxing soak in the bath, without the worry of animal tested products.

Neal’s Yard Facial Wash

Start your pamper evening washing away the day with this beautifully gentle facial wash.

Neal's Yard Facial WashThis face wash is a lovely gentle cleanser which contains natural ingredients including Palmarosa oil which is best known for its purifying, oil-balancing skincare properties, and for stimulating cellular regeneration, which helps to reduce wrinkles and improve the appearance of tired or ageing skin.

It gentle foams and leaves your skin feeling refreshed without stripping the natural oils and making your skin feel dry.

What’s so good about Neal’s Yard?

Neal’s Yard is:

  • Certified organic
  • Leaping Bunny, Cruelty Free certified
  • First company to be awarded 100/100 for ethical beauty
  • Are the winners of Natural Healthy Beauty Awards for 6 years in a row.

When it comes to their products, Neal’s Yard makes their products with the maximum organic, natural and wild ingredients, and carefully select other functional ingredients (detergents, emulsifiers, surfactants etc) with a view to safety, efficacy and biodegradability. Their entire range uses  high quality organic plant-based ingredients, and they fully disclose ingredient information with their customers, both online and on their packaging.

Check out the website here:

Neal's Yard






Good Things Manuka Honey Face Mask


Good Things Face Mask


I love this face mask and make it a regular part of my skin care routine. This mask is perfect for cleansing the skin and leaving it feel refreshed and soft.

What’s so good about ‘Good Things’?

The ‘Good Things brand’ was set up by a lady called ‘Alice Hart-Davis’ who was originally a journalist who wrote two books for teenage girls on how to feel fantastic. She also reviewed beauty products and decided to set up her own beauty line using simple, effective and affordable skin care that does not test on animals or contain any nasty chemicals such as parabens or sulphates.

Check out their website here:

Good Things Skincare





Devon Soap Company Candle

Create a relaxing atmosphere with this lavendar natural candle.


Devon Soap Company

What’s so good about the ‘Devon Soap Company’?

Devon Soap is based in Dartmouth and all its products are hand made in Devon from quality organic and natural ingredients. Their products are free from parabens, SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulphate), petrochems and other chemical nasties. Their products are also Vegan friendly.


Lush’s Eye Cream 

After your both its time to rehydrate with some Enchanted Eye Cream by Lush.

Lush Eye Cream

This eye cream is refreshing and gentle for the sensitive areas around the eyes. It contains organic oils and lavender honey which help to give your eye area a boost and leave it feel moisturised and soft.

What’s so good about ‘Lush’?

Here are a few reasons you should choose Lush for your next cosmetic purchases:

  • They are 100% vegetarian
  • They are against, and campaign against animal testing
  • Everything is handmade and every product tells you WHO made it
  • They believe in ‘ethical buying’ which means they only purchase products from producers that will get a fair price for the crops they grow
  •  They have ‘naked packaging’ so they only used packaging when they really need it and for the other products they make solid bars to minimise excess waste and packaging.

Check out their website here:

Lush Logo






Let me know if you have any favourite pamper products that you use or have tried any of the above.

Be sure to check out PETA’s if you are unsure if a product is ‘Cruelty Free’: