CRUELTY FREE BRANDS LIST 2016


I find animal testing for cosmetic cruel and unnecessary and so I decided to switch to cruelty free cosmetic. Here is my list of cruelty free brands that I created to make cruelty free shopping for you easier!

There is only 2 official logos you can really trust. But not always does a cruelty free brand choose to use one of these logos- therefore it is sometimes hard to see right away if a brand does participate in animal testing.
left: Leaping Bunny, right: PETA´s logo


For my list I used Phyrra (She is the reason that I switched in 2014 to cruelty free. I was recently able to meet her in person- you can read my little interview here),  Logical Harmony, My Beauty BunnyPETA and The Leaping Bunny. Also: sometimes a company is cruelty free but owned by a company that is not. You have to decide for yourself, if you you like to support these companies.


CRUELTY FREE BRANDS 

updated September 2016, click on brands to shop

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  • Aveda (owned by a company that is not CF)
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  • Buxom (owned by company that is not CF)
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  • Cerave -removed not sure anymore 
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  • Formula X (owned by company that is not CF)
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  • Method (tests now on water fleas, but I still support them, read why)
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  • Nars (owned by company that is not CF)
  • Nyx (owned by company that is not CF)
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  • Pureology (owned by company that is not CF)
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  • Tarte (owned by company that is not CF)
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PLEASE SEE ALSO: COMPANIES THAT DO TEST ON ANIMALS

SEE ALSO:
CRUELTY FREE MAKE UP BRANDS HIGH END
CRUELTY FREE MAKE UP BRANDS IN YOUR DRUGSTORE



You might like also:

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Why companies test on animals
Read also: Celebrating 2 years cruelty free & Interview with Pyrra


















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