Excluded Ingredient List

Victoria Beckham Beauty vows to push the limits of cosmetic chemistry to provide the best results possible, using only the safest materials available. Any ingredient that is deemed harmful or has questionable or inconclusive safety data will be avoided. This list is constantly monitored and updated based on new ingredient technologies and breakthroughs. In addition to the over 1300 ingredients currently banned from being used in cosmetics in the European Union, Victoria Beckham Beauty has developed an extensive list of an additional 30+ materials we do not formulate with. Victoria Beckham Beauty products are always cruelty free.

  1. Aluminum Salts

  2. BHA

  3. BHT

  4. Coal Tar

  5. Cyclic Silicones

  6. DEA

  7. EDTA

  8. ETA

  9. Formaldehyde

  10. Formaldehyde Donors

  11. Grain Proteins

  12. Hydroquinone

  13. MEA

  14. Mineral Oil

  15. Nano TiO2

  16. Nano ZnO2

  17. Oxybenzone

  18. Parabens

  19. Paraffin Wax

  20. PEG’s

  21. Petrolatum

  22. Phenoxyethanol

  23. Phthalates

  24. Plastic Microbeads

  25. Retinyl Palmitate

  26. Sulfates:SLS/SLES

  27. Synthetic Fragrances 

  28. Synthetic Flavors

  29. TEA

  30. Triclosan

  31. Triclocarban


Ingredient Watchlist:

In addition to the Excluded Ingredient List, here are other ingredients we actively monitor to ensure we are formulating with in a responsible and safe manner.

Alcohols:

Alcohols are a diverse class of chemicals with different names and a variety of effects on the skin. When Alcohol appears by itself on a label, it refers to ethyl alcohol (denatured alcohol), which many consumers avoid because they feel that it dries out the skin. Victoria Beckham Beauty does not use denatured alcohol.

Allergens:

The FDA does not require food or fragrance allergens to be listed on cosmetic packaging, and many people are unaware of the potential allergenic materials hidden within products.  The European Union has regulated that only fragrance allergens must be listed on cosmetics and perfume. We understand the rising concern with skin sensitization and allergic reactions and want to be fully transparent with our consumers.  Therefore, we have carefully formulated our products to be as free from the above food allergens as possible. Please see specific product pages for allergen information.

Animal derived ingredients:

Victoria Beckham Beauty is cruelty free and never tests on animals. The majority of our products are vegan, and every vegan product is called out on the product page. We limit our use of animal-derived ingredients as much as possible.

Carmine is of animal origin and is the only bright red pigment allowed by the FDA for use in the eye area. It exhibits an undeniably brilliant red hue that is difficult to achieve by substituting other colorants. Where possible, we avoid using Carmine.  If you are vegan or wish to avoid using products with Carmine, please review the product ingredient list.

Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs):

Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) are plants and organisms that are derived from biotechnology techniques. These methods were originally developed to assist farmers in the production of food crops, and the ability to target and alter specific traits of the organism resulting in consumer health benefits.  When possible, we avoid using GMOs.

Silicones (Linear):

Unlike harmful cyclic silicones, which are on the Victoria Beckham Beauty Excluded Ingredient List, Linear Silicones have a great safety profile, are vegan and GMO-free. They are derived from naturally occurring silicone dioxide. Their large molecular structure creates a barrier matrix on the skin that’s both breathable and protective. They have inert, non-reactive properties that make them compatible with other materials, including naturals, while providing exceptional sensorial attributes in formulations.

Talc:

Talc is a naturally occurring mineral mined from the earth and commonly used in color cosmetics to enhance a product’s feel, luster or sheen.  We only source talc from responsible manufacturers who certify that their talc is free from asbestos fibers.