Bliss Announces Cruelty-Free Certification, I'm Ready to Get My Animal-Friendly Glow On

We get it, beauty products are expensive. If you already spend a portion of your paycheck on beauty products that amplify self-care or just make you feel like a better you, you probably want to shop for cruelty-free beauty brands. After Bliss rebranded basically everything and launched new products that dual as eco-friendly pimple fighters, Bliss officially unveiled its certification as cruelty-free by PETA standards, and now we’re proud to stan this brand. (After all, we already have combination skin, so why shouldn’t we have multipurpose beauty products, too?)

Like us, you probably love multi-faceted products that make your skincare regimen more ~blissful~ and environmentally conscious, which is probs why you gravitated towards the company when it relaunched its cruelty-free and paraben-free formulas. Now, Bliss is gearing up to launch a 100 percent cruelty-free spa menu in spring 2019. Uh, sign us up for an at-home spa day.

In Bliss’ official news release, the brand notes that it has joined PETA’s Beauty Without Bunnies program. “Shoppers can find comfort in the fact that Bliss formulas are 100% cruelty-free and free of other harmful ingredients without sacrificing the same high-quality and innovation that they have come to expect, know, and love from the brand,” says Meri Baregamian, Bliss CEO.

To recap: Bliss will still push out the same quality products with the same safe and luxurious ingredients, just without harming any of our furry, feathered or scaly friends.

Currently, Bliss Spa has 38 vegan skincare products. While that’s already a ton of cart-worthy scrubs, serums and soaps to choose from, rolling out additionally cruelty-free options could (hopefully) mean other brands could follow Bliss’ example.

Whether you need a travel-sized cleanser for your weekend-warrior shenanigans, you’re a mask-obsessed skincare fiend or you’ve always wanted to try a jelly ball cleaner (because we can do beauty challenges like the beauty gurus minus, you know, the YouTube paycheck), you can scrub your pores with minimal regrets knowing that Bliss is certified cruelty-free.