Being a rough and ready, hard as nails geeza :o) I don’t use all that many cruelty-free cosmetics companies. But if anyone knows of any good ones then please do let me know. I’ll add links to them below.
I was very surprised when I found out that most of the big name cosmetics companies still test their products on animals. Companies such as L-Oriel and Proctor and Gamble (who own Head & Shoulders, Gillette, Pantene, Olay, Max Factor etc.) all test on animals.
Although the testing of cosmetics and toiletries is already illegal in the UK and across the EU. Many of these companies just outsource the testing to foreign companies to do it on their behalf.
Please click on the leaping bunny logo below. It will help you to find products that aren’t animal tested. Just look for the bunny symbol on the back of the packaging.
Lush – Fresh, handmade cosmetics. Fighting animal testing. (UK).
Animal Aid Shop – Cruelty-free online shop. No-animal tested cosmetics, vegan food, chocolate, wine, books… all sorts of good stuff. (UK).
Cruelty Free Face – Cruelty free cosmetics website. (American).
Moxie Reviews – Blog of cruelty-free, natural, organic beauty reviews. Helping you and your animal friends. (American).
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