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October 16, 2023

Why Buy from 'Cruelty-Free' Certified Companies?

In a world that's becoming more aware and considerate of the impact our choices have, numerous individuals are choosing to shop in a way that reflects their beliefs. One such belief is the protection and welfare of animals. This leads us to the importance of buying from brands that are officially recognized as cruelty-free.
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What is 'cruelty-free'?

'Cruelty-free' in simple terms means that a product or its ingredients were not tested on animals. So, when you buy something labeled as 'cruelty-free', you're choosing a product that did not cause harm to animals during its development process.

Many common products in the beauty and household goods industry are unfortunately not cruelty-free, meaning they or their ingredients have been tested on animals. According to Cruelty Free KittyLogical Harmony and Peta, some of these products are from BIG companies like Dove, MAC, Fenty, Morphe, Maybelline and the list goes on.


Why it's important to purchase from companies that are certified cruelty free?

Now let's explore why it's essential to support businesses that are certified cruelty-free and discover how making such choices can create a positive ripple effect, benefiting not just our furry friends, but also consumers and our planet.

  1. Animal Welfare: The most apparent reason is the promotion of animal welfare. Cruelty-free companies do not test their products on animals, ensuring that no harm comes to them during the product development process.

  2. Promoting Ethical Practices: When you purchase from a cruelty-free company, you are supporting ethical business practices. This can encourage more companies to adopt these practices and reduce the overall demand for animal testing.

  3. Safety and Health: Cruelty-free products are often made with safer, more natural ingredients that are less likely to harm your skin or body. Many of these companies also avoid harmful chemicals and toxins that can be found in non-cruelty-free products.

  4. Environmental Impact: Animal testing is not only cruel but also has a negative impact on the environment. By avoiding products from companies that test on animals, you're also contributing to a more sustainable and eco-friendly world.

  5. Driving Innovation: There are many alternative methods to animal testing that are often more reliable and cost-effective. By supporting cruelty-free companies, you help drive the demand and development of these innovative testing methods.

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Remember, it's crucial to look for official cruelty-free logos like Leaping Bunny or PETA's bunny logo as some companies may claim to be cruelty-free without official certification.