It is surprising how many people use brands that test on animals on a daily basis.
If you look to anyone who wears make up, you can almost guarantee at least something they’re wearing has been tested on animals.
Really, no one can defend using products that have been tested on animals… using makeup and other brands when there are alternative brands that do not test on animals for the same price or cheaper, readily available is just laziness.
It’s about time people realised that what they’re putting on their face has perhaps burned bunnies eyes…
So, here’s our list that we have thoroughly researched. We’ve split them up into sections of makeup, skin care and daily necessities and also separated them to high street to high-end.
BOLD – Cruelty free
BOLD Italics – 100% vegan and cruelty free
Plain – Owned by a parent company that may test on animals or sell to china (by law you have to test on animals to be sold in china)
High-mid end Brands
Kat Von D
Anastasia Beverly hills
Lush (mostly vegan)
Nip + Fab
Kiss my Face
Kiss my face
French Girl Organics
Pour le monere
Harvey Prince organics
Mitchem (not a cruelty free brand, but their deodorant happens to use no products tested on animals)
Some great shops to buy cruelty free and vegan products are the following:
Superdrug (their own brand is all cruelty free)
Marks and Spencer (their own brand is all cruelty free and most products they stock are also cruelty free).
Aldi (own brand is cruelty free)
Waitrose – (Mostly stock cruelty free brands and their own brand is also cruelty free)
Holland and Barrett (mainly stock just cruelty free brands, also have huge range of vegan food)
For more information, please visit the Leaping Bunny Approved site: http://www.leapingbunny.org/guide/brands
Written by C. Wadsworth.Back to Blog