Last Summer we posted an article addressing the cruelty free status of The Body Shop in which I said some of the information put out by the brand seemed a bit elusive but I was recently reached out to by the campaign manager at Naturewatch Foundation regarding my post. I was informed that TBS has been put on to the foundation's Compassionate Shopping Guide - the longest running cruelty free guide in the world!
It is incredibly hard to find cruelty free perfumes as almost all major perfume and aftershave brands seem to be tested on animals. There are a few really great options out there, and hopefully this guide will help you stay cruelty free when looking out for a new scent!
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!
ASOS is super popular for online fashion, and is often the first place people go to when looking to buy clothes online - however ASOS also stocks many beauty products and can be a good spot to save some dollar on your favourite items thanks to promotions like discount codes and it's handy to get your hands on product lines that may not be available to you locally. But, which brands are cruelty free?
This is the complete guide to buying cruelty free in the UK. Please note I have not included any cruelty free brands on this list whose parent companies test on animals. You can find out where the products are available from, and you can click on the brand name to take you straight to the website!
Whether you are on a budget, looking to save money or just love a bargain, I have put together a list of the best ways to save when buying cruelty free! High-end brands that are constantly promoted and have huge endorsement deals are often seen as the forefront of cruelty free beauty. Brands such as Kat Von D, Illamasqua, and Sugarpill for example are renowned for their quality, label and cruelty free status. However, this is not the only way to shop cruelty free in a way that is purse friendly.
Lots of shops on the Great British high street have launched cosmetic lines from Next to New Look. It's hard to know what's cruelty free and what isn't with so much on offer, but here is a handy list of well-known brands and there animal testing policies.
The Clean It Up shampoo is gentle enough to use everyday and is infused with vitamins, nutrients and proteins. It has Keravis oil for vitality and strength, and Argan oil for vitamins A and E, as well as omegas 3, 6, and 9. The Soften Up conditioner contains the same benefits but is lightweight and leaves your hair tangle free. (£9.99 each).