Aloe Barbadensis

Well known for soothing swelling and soreness, and supports the production of collagen.

Avocado Oil Extract

Great for hydrating and moisturising skin, and protecting it from the damage of ultraviolet radiation.

Calendula Officinalis Flower

With anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial benefits, it is helpful for dry skin, eczema and acne.

Asiatic Ginseng

Reduces wrinkles and the visible signs of ageing, as well as lightening and brightening of the skin.

Olive Extract (Oil)

Reduces the production of melanin and uneven skin pigmentation.

Chamomile Flower Extract

Accelerates cell renewal, reduces the appearance of fine lines.

Copernica Cerifera (Carnauba)

A natural thickening, binding and softening additive used in skin care.

Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil

Rich in vitamin E to soothe and nourish your skin.

Cucumber Fruit Extract

Hydrates and softens skin, diminishes the appearance of pores.

Ginseng Adventitious Root Ferment Extract

Prized for its moisturising, softening and antioxidant effects.

Grape Seed Extract

Reduces acne and  scarring, while moisturising your skin.

Green Tea Extract

Reduces blackheads and eliminates dead skin, dirt and other bacteria.

Glycine Soja (Soy) Protein

Protects skin and creates a youthful and glowing radiance. 

Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil

Packed with vitamin E and linoleic acid to help your skin retain moisture.

Jojoba Oil

Reduces redness and sebum production, promotes collagen.

Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Leaf

Astringent properties to help acne, eczema and psoriasis.

What’s the Difference between Vegan and Cruelty Free?

The terms Vegan and Cruelty Free are often thought of as synonymous, but they are not. You can certainly have either one without the other. Confused? Let’s take a look at how the terms are defined.


Vegan – this is something that you are probably used to hearing about in relation to diet choices rather than products. A vegan diet is one that does not include any food derived from animals. Vegan products embody the same principles and exclude ingredients that are produced by animals. However, it is possible that vegan makeup has been tested on animals.


Cruelty Free – means that the ingredients and the final product were not tested on animals at any stage during their development. However, the makeup could contain non vegan ingredients such as honey and lanolin.

Our entire range is created using both cruelty free and vegan makeup ingredients. The need for alternatives to animal derived products has resulted in science-based research that has focused on plant extracts and oils. These are chosen for their ability to help calm, balance and replenish the skin.

At Emani, we wholeheartedly believe that the alignment of vegan and cruelty free is the future of the beauty industry. It is not a trend, but a lifestyle choice and is a conscious decision that supports your health, the rights of our animals and the planet as a whole.