Cruelty-Free Salon/Spa Treatments Available in Ireland

Sadly, many salons and spas in Ireland still support brands who test on animals (e.g. Kerastasé, L’Oreal, O.P.I). But the good news is that there are lots of brilliant and well-known Irish salons and spas that are slowly but surely integrating cruelty-free and vegan treatments into their business!


While researching all of the available cruelty-free and vegan treatments available in Ireland, I was surprised just how many were right at my doorstep. Here is the list of all the available treatments in some of Ireland’s best salons and spas (the salons/spas are listed at the bottom of the article) that are 100% cruelty-free and/or 100% vegan!



  • Dermalogica
  • Decléor
  • Dr. Hauschka
  • Elemis
  • Flourish Organics
  • Liz Earle
  • Murad
  • Pai Skincare (100% Vegan)
  • Sundari (100% Vegan)
  • VOYA
  • Yon Ka



  • Elemis
  • Eminence Organics (100% Vegan)
  • Flourish Organics
  • Lava Shell Massage
  • Murad
  • Pai Skincare (100% Vegan)
  • Rasul Mud Chambers (100% Vegan)
  • Sundari (100% Vegan)
  • Spa Ritual (100% Vegan)
  • VOYA
  • Yon Ka



  • China Glaze
  • Dermalogica
  • Ella+Mila (100% Vegan)
  • Lottie London
  • Lycon
  • Maggie Anne Beauty
  • Nailberry
  • Spa Ritual



  • China Glaze
  • Dermalogica
  • Ella+Mila (100% Vegan)
  • Lottie London
  • Lycopedi (from Lycon)
  • Maggie Anne Beauty
  • Nailberry
  • Spa Ritual



  • Color Club
  • CND
  • CND Vinylux (100% Vegan)
  • LVX



  • Bronze Leaf
  • Cocoa Brown
  • Insanity Tan
  • Lycobronze (from the Lycon tanning range)



  • Lycon



  • Aveda (owned by Esteé Lauder)
  • COTE Hair Care
  • Rita Hazan


Some Ireland’s Salons/Spas Providing Cruelty-Free Treatments:

  • Anne McDevitt Skin Clinic, Co. Dublin (Creamy Cocoa Wrap/Chocolate Truffle Wrap with Eminence Organics)
  • Angsana Spa at The Brehon Hotel, Co. Kerry (Rasul Mud Chambers)
  • Aspens, 79 Merrion Square, Dublin 2 (Dermalogica facials)
  • Bellinter House, Co. Meath (The Boyne Seaweed & Spiced Bath)
  • Buff Day Spa, 52 King Street, Dublin 2 (VOYA facials and body treatments)
  • Brazilia, Sandyford and South William Street, Dublin 2 (Lycon wax)
  • Connemara Sands Hotel & Spa, Co. Galway (VOYA Seaweed Bath)
  • Dingle Skellig Hotel, Co. Kerry (vegan signature spa range)
  • Horse & Jockey Hotel, Co. Tipperary (VOYA Seaweed Bath)
  • Moyo Hair & Beauty, 2 Charlotte Way, Saint Kevin’s, Dublin (Aveda-exclusive salon)
  • Skinfull Affairs, Exchequer Street, Dublin 2 (100% cruelty-free salon)
  • Johnstown House Hotel & Spa, Johnstown, Enfield, Co. Meath (Elemis Facials and Body Treatments & Lycon Wax & Lava Shell Massage)
  • Jule Beauty Spas, Malahide, Swords, Grand Canal, Ashbourne (VOYA Seaweed Bath)
  • The Kingsley Hotel, Co. Cork (Rasul Mud Chambers)
  • Revas Spa, Co. Limerick (Rasul Mud Chambers)
  • The River Spa at Knightsbrook Hotel, Co. Meath (Sundari facial and body treatments)
  • Seoid Spa at Dunboyne Castle, Co. Meath (Rasul Mud Chambers)
  • Serenity Day Spa, Glasthule, Co. Dublin (Creamy Cocoa Wrap/Chocolate Truffle Wrap with Eminence Organics)
  • Soul Spa at The Osprey Hotel, Co. Kildare (Rasul Mud Chambers)
  • Spa Haven at Westgrove Hotel, Co. Kildare (Rasul Mud Chambers
  • Spirit Beauty Spa at Traces Hotel, Co. Waterford (Rasul Mud Chambers)
  • Sundari Spa at Killarney Plaza Hotel, Co. Kerry (Sundari facial and body treatments)
  • Up to My Eyes, The Meridian Shopping Centre, Greystones, Co. Wicklow (cruelty-free eyelash extensions)
  • Urban Escape, Deansgrange, Co. Dublin (all cruelty-free treatments)
  • Victorian Treatment Rooms at Castle Leslie Estate, Co. Monaghan (Creamy Cocoa Wrap or Chocolate Truffle Wrap with Eminence Organics)
  • Vedas Beauty Spa, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin (Pai Skincare facials)
  • Wells Spa at Brooklodge Hotel & Spa, Macreddin Village, Co. Wicklow (Flourish Organics facials and Lucy Annabella Organics spa treatments)



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Flawless and Pawless is Ireland's cruelty-free cosmetic blog created by 23 year-old cosmetic expert, Ailsha Davey. With eight years working in the beauty industry in Dublin as a professional make-up artist and cosmetic expert, Ailsha discovered some of the horrors of cosmetic animal testing- and the lack of knowledge within the Irish market about it. Flawless and Pawless has been set up to spread awareness across Ireland of cosmetic animal testing, as well as to provide suggestions for cruelty-free alternatives to the Irish market's favourite cosmetic products.

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