Vegan products are characterized by being completely animal free. Vegan anti-wrinkle creams are mostly comprised of vitamins, minerals, botanical extracts and antioxidants from plant or other animal-free sources. There are quite a few online resources that endorse their their top picks for vegan anti-wrinkle products.
The Age Reversal Pomegranate Serum by Dessert Organics was highly rated and priced just right at $14.79 online at Vegan Essentials (2010). Rich in antioxidants, ellagic acid and coenzyme Q10, this formula claims to smooth skin from sun damage and the effects of age.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, is the definitive voice in all things animal friendly and endorses Arbonne products through their online mall. Arbonne products must be purchased either online or through an independent consultant. Their anti-aging line for men and women is called RE9 Advanced, featuring day creams with SPF 20, night creams, toners, cleansers, serums and more. The creams claim to enhance collagen renewal. Arbonne products tend to be on the pricier side. As of 2010, the day cream prices at $50 and the night cream prices were $85.
Avalon Organics CoQ10 Wrinkle Cream contains jojoba, white tea extract, coQ10, sunflower oil and vitamin E. This product, through Pristine Planet, prices at $16.57 compared to $24.95 wholesale in 2010. Avalon Organics is also carried by retailers nationwide.
Jane Iredale’s Dream Tint with SPF 15 is a tinted moisturizer that helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by hydrating and soothing the skin. Price of this product is $36 (2010). The Jane Iredale website also has a vegan-specific section for questions and product information.