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Cruelty-Free Beauty Products

It can be quite a minefield looking for cruelty-free products, especially if you are just beginning a lifestyle change.  When shopping, keep an eye out for the Leaping Bunny logo which is the only internationally-recognized certification that a product has not been tested on animals.

Here is a list of easy to find brands that are guaranteed animal friendly:

Superdrug branded products are not only friendly on the purse strings, but also against animal testing.  Their BB Cream is just as good as the more expensive products!

Montagne Jeunesse (recently renamed as 7th Heaven) have been producing vegetarian beauty products for 30 years.  Their face masks are fantastic and smell good enough to eat, especially the Chocolate Masque!  They can be found in most supermarkets and beauty retailers.

Morrisons - Their own-branded cosmetics and personal care items, eg, hair care, bath products, deodorant, dental, baby and child care, are certified cruelty-free.  They are in the process of having the Leaping Bunny logo added to their packaging.

Marks and Spencer do not only have animal-friendly cosmetics, but household items as well.  As of 2006, they guaranteed that none of the individual ingredients that go into their beauty products are tested on animals.

The Co-operative not only believe in ethical food and drink, but what goes into their shampoo as well.

The Body Shop are one of the most recognized animal-friendly brands, established in 1976.  However, in 2006 they were brought by L'Oreal, who do not meet the same Humane Cosmetics Standard.

Molton Brown have been cruelty-free since 1973 and were awarded the Leaping Bunny logo in February 2013, making it official!

You can also search for your favourite brand on the Cruelty Free International website to see if they meet their standards. 

Posted: 04/08/2015 13:19:30 by Warrington Animal Welfare | with 0 comments

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