PETA’s Picks for the Perfect Pout: Cruelty-Free Lip Plumpers

| Written by PETA

Are you thinking of getting a “filler” for your lips like those from Juvéderm or Restylane? If so, consider that animals are poisoned to test these products before they endure a slow and agonizing death. There’s simply no justification for torturing and killing sensitive, curious mice, when you can use vegan products like the vegan lip plumpers on this list.

You’re naturally beautiful, so it’s easy to enhance that beauty with cruelty-free and vegan products that boost volume and color.

Add one of these to your compassionate beauty routine:

Available in four shades, these beauties can be worn alone or over lipstick.

Too Faced named this product “lip injection” because it’s super-effective. (It tingles as it makes your lips redder and plumper.)

This lightweight, nonsticky formula comes in nine shades to match any outfit.

At six bucks, you really can’t beat this price point.

This dual-sided primer features a base to give your lip color staying power and a cinnamon scented plumper that will make your lips extra enviable.

A unique wet powder technology makes life easy—simply apply one of 10 available shades for a color that lasts for eight hours.

This smart product restores hydration and stimulates collagen to improve lip definition and contour. Yes, please.

We adore the close-to-nature ingredient list of this product: cinnamon, jojoba, pumpkin seed, pomegranate, and blueberry seed oils all serve different purposes to a gorgeous effect.

With 18 shades to choose from, you can’t go wrong. This vegan plumper also makes a visible difference in three to five minutes.

These 10-minute plumping gel patches improve the fullness and overall health of lips affected by age and environmental stressors.

Layer this nonsticky formula over lipstick or lip liner for a beautiful vegan pout.

While brands such as Juvéderm, Restylane, Radiesse, and Synvisc still choose to torture and kill animals for their products, we hope this list has convinced you that there’s no need for needles! If you’re ever curious if a brand tests on animals, search their name in our Beauty Without Bunnies database.

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