With so many skincare and beauty brands out there these days, it’s easy to choose brands and products that do not support animal testing. If enough people jump on the bandwagon, larger companies may feel the pressure to follow in their footsteps.
How to Pick Cruelty-Free Alternatives
When we look at brands that potentially test on animals, we consider the ingredients, the process, and the sales process. That means that if the company or their suppliers test on animals, they are not regarded as cruelty-free. The FDA and other American governing bodies don’t regulate product labels claiming their products to be vegan or cruelty-free. You need to do your research into your favorite products.
Keeping a list of reliable resources on hand will cut down on your time and the possibility of supporting a non-cruelty-free brand. Check out the information produced by Cruelty-Free Kitty and PETA’s Cruelty-Free list.
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