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No one should be tortured for the sake of beauty products!
Animal testing - that’s what many of the mainstream cosmetics companies do, and we, along with some high profile celebs, are standing up and fighting for animal-free testing.
Actress Kristin Bauer, of HBO’s “True Blood” has an annual ritual when she visits her home in Wisconsin - she takes a black marker and scribbles on the sides of specific products and cosmetics, “Tested on animals.”
We would never condone this, but we would like to help educated consumers. The problem starts in the shopping aisle when you face hundreds of brands lining store shelves. How are you supposed to know which brand of shaving cream is not tested on animals? Unfortunately, it is not as simple as looking for “cruelty-free” or “not tested on animals” written on the label because that claim may refer to the finished product, and not to specific ingredients. The majority of animal testing happens at the ingredient level.
So again, how do you tell? PETA licenses its “cruelty-free bunny” logo to companies they certify. Also, Leaping bunny, a program run by the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics, provides consumers with a list of these certified cruelty-free companies.
We think it’s cruel and inhumane to test on animals. That’s why none of our products have been tested on animals. We are PETA certified and are on the Leaping Bunny list.
Living a cruelty-free lifestyle is as simple as taking an extra minute to look at the Leaping Bunny list. Plus you may even find the cruelty-free products are more organic and natural, and sometimes cheaper - like us!