Please find below a selection of statistics about vegan beauty and household brands products and sales.
Disclaimer: This is a collation of third party sources about topics connected to veganism. Some of the links are not to the original sources; we are sharing them to help journalists or researchers with their research and because they may form a helpful starting point.
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- Vegan facial skincare launches almost tripled between 2013 and 2018, rising from 13% of all launches in 2014 to 28% in 2018. Sources: , 
- Superdrug's own brand vegan cosmetics saw a 750% sale increase in January 2019. Source
- Boots.com reported a 56% increase in vegan-related searches in 2019. Source
- 'Not tested on animals' is the most important packaging claim for 57% people. Source
- The sale of vegan prestige beauty products in the UK reported an increase of 38% in the 12-month period between February 2017 to end of January 2018. Source
- Beauty brands with cruelty-free certification account for 20% of the women's face skincare and grew by 18% compared to the overall category which grew by only 7% in 2018. Source
- There was a 50% increase in the number of beauty and personal care products launched in the UK in 2016. Out of all beauty products with a vegan claim launched in the UK in 2016, 31% were skincare products, 29% colour cosmetics, 23% hair products, 13% soap and bath products, 2% fragrances and 2% deodorants. Source
- A Market Research Future report predicts a 6% growth in cruelty-free cosmetics in the years between 2017-2023. Source
- 19% people check if their toiletries are tested on animals. Source
- Sales of vegan cleaning products at Tesco increased by 80% in 2019. Source
- 76% people think that more effort should be made to find alternatives to using animals and 44% cite the word 'secretive' as the first thing on their mind associated with animal experimentation. Source
- The UK is one of the biggest reported users of animals in Europe, with 3.52 million animal experiments reported in 2018. Sources: ,