If you’ve been wanting to live more compassionately, a good place to start is with your home. Are you ready to give your living space a cruelty-free makeover? You can consciously create a home that feels like a sanctuary by upgrading your household products to those that and are healthy for you body, gently on the planet, and kind to animals. Because you deserve to be surrounded by products that nourish your body and soul—and because no animal should have to languish in a laboratory cage for the sake of a countertop spray.
What does Cruelty-Free Mean?
Cruelty-free means that a product has not been tested on animals. When a product is cruelty-free, it will usually be labeled with any number of cruelty-free bunny symbols or it may say something like “tested on hairdressers, not animals.” Just because a product is labeled cruelty-free does not mean that the product is vegan—it may still contain animal products. The opposite is true as well, a product may be vegan (made without any animal products in it), but it could still be tested on animals or owned by a parent company that uses animal testing. So be sure to look for a cruelty-free label and check the ingredient list!
Featured Cruelty-Free Products:
- Method Dish Soap
- Earth Science Almond Aloe Face Moisturizer
- Nubian Heritage Natural Deodorant
- Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castille Soap
- Everyone Meyer Lemon Hand Soap
- Desert Essence Vegan Dental Floss
- Jason Vegan Whitening Toothpaste
- Dessert Essence Organics Shampoo
- Alba Botanica Hawaiian Cream Body Wash
- Meyer’s Clean Day Multi-Surface Cleaner
- Method Laundry Detergent and Fabric Softener
- Ecover Zero Non-Chlorine Bleach
To learn more about cruelty-free living we recommend exploring the website Logical Harmony, and to find vegan beauty product recommendations and reviews that can help with your cruelty-free makeover efforts, check out Vegan Beauty Review.
For all the bunnies, beagles, cats, mice, and rats suffering in sterile laboratories right now, we urge you to always choose cruelty-free!