Searchable list of cruelty free companies and products

If I have sparked your interest in cruelty free beauty products, you might be wondering where your “go to” brand sits on the subject. Luckily, there is an easy way to find out. The PETA website (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) has a searchable database of companies that do and don’t test on animals. Don’t worry, you don’t have to be a vegan activist to use the site – the organization promotes all types of animal welfare (which I encourage you to think about), and the database is available to anyone. They also have a free app, so you can check out a company’s credentials when you are out and about and get tempted by that blue, sparkly eye shadow…

PETA cruelty free list

 

2 thoughts on “Searchable list of cruelty free companies and products

  1. I found your article very informative, interesting and educational. It definitely sparked my interest. I learn some things that I wasn’t aware took place. From now on I will look even closer at the beauty products before I make a purchase. Thank you for being an advocate of cruelty free beauty products.
    Grace

    1. Hi Grace! Thanks for your comment. I’m glad that I have helped raise your awareness about these issues – that’s what I hoped to do with this site! There are more and more cruelty free brands coming into the market, and I will be reviewing a lot of them on this site. Keep in touch for my recommendations – or, even better, let me know your own personal favorites that I can share with other people!

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