Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Today's post is a new cruelty free shopping guide! This list includes laundry, cleaning, and home fragrance brands available in the UK. In the peach boxes are animal-friendly, cruelty free brands and in the black boxes are brands that still test on animals! 

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