10 Vegan Body Lotions for Dry Winter Skin
It’s the time of year when hand creams, lotions, and body butters line our bags, bathroom sinks, and shower stalls. Protect your skin this winter in cruelty-free style with products from these vegan and vegan-friendly brands.
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Made with clean ingredients, this vegan-friendly brand’s products include hand creams and body lotions rich in shea butter, sunflower oil, olive oil, and sweet almond oil.
Nourish your body with gluten-free moisturizers from this family-owned, PETA-certified company. From Soothing Body Lotion to Dry Skin Balm, they’ve got what you need.
Inspired by nature, Desert Essence offers lotions in Coconut, Bulgarian Lavender, Island Mango, Spicy Vanilla Chai, and more. They’re your spot for travel size options as well.
Pacifica is 100% vegan and loaded with options! Try their Jojoba and Sweet Almond Body Oil or their Bulgarian Lavender Hand & Body Lotion. Need a travel size tube? They’ve got that, too.
Indulge in EO’s French Lavender or Orange Blossom Vanilla hand creams. These pair nicely with their Rose & Chamomile body lotion. Don’t forget to check out their soaps and sanitizers!
From their Dream Cream and Sleepy, to their Charity Pot and Pansy, Lush has the hydration your skin is craving. Return five of their reusable tubs for a free face mask!
Whether it’s with their Murumuru Butter & Rose hand cream or their Sea Salt & Bergamot body lotion, this brand takes self-care to a whole new level. We’re loving their tubs of body butter!
With the benefits of 100% pure hemp seed oil, these creams nourish your skin with antioxidants and calming fatty acids. In original, triple moisture, and aromatherapy, among others.
Founded in Southern California, this plant-based brand offers creams, lotions, and body butters in Micro Algae, Almond Milk + Agave + Oatmeal, Lemon Sugar, and more.
This soy-free, gluten-free moisturizer provides ultimate protection against harsh winter weather. The organic cream is rich in shea butter, cocoa butter, coconut oil, olive oil, and jojoba oil.
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