Cruelty-Free Brand List Up

Well, I haven’t posted in awhile but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been working on the site! Look up in the bar that shows all of the pages and you’ll see I’ve added a list of Cruelty-Free Companies and those in the grey zone.

This will always be a work in progress. I’m trying to only list companies that are easily accessible to Canadians. Please feel free to suggest additions and I will get on it right away!
This blog tends to get most of its traffic from google searches, people trying to find out if a certain brand is cruelty-free, so I hope having this list will help out. I want to make it as easy as possible for consumers to find great companies they can feel good about buying from.

Happy shopping!

8 thoughts on “Cruelty-Free Brand List Up

  1. Hi there,

    My colleagues introduced to me two new brands that I’ve never heard of and wanted your thoughts. The first one is Paula’s Choice and with a quick Google search, you can easily find their website with a whole bunch of products and they even do a review on other brands!

    Another one that I found on my own is I haven’t found anything on them. I believe they’re a local Toronto-based company.

    Have you heard of either of them? What are your thoughts on their products and credibility?


    • This is the first I’ve heard of both companies – I will try to look into them over the next day or two and get back to you!

    • Emily – I love how Paula’s Choice states right on their main page that their products are never tested on animals. Wonderful! Skinlove also states in their FAQ section that they are part of the ‘leaping bunny’ program. I am going to add both to the list, thanks so much for bringing them to my attention! If a company states that they don’t test, I believe them – I don’t think anyone would actually lie about it as that could open them up to lawsuits. If a company does test and doesn’t want to admit it, you usually will find they don’t mention it anywhere, or they give some kind of vague response about how they attempt to only test “when necessary” – well, you and I KNOW that it shouldn’t EVER be necessary.

  2. Strobe cosmetics and arctic fox hair dye are two more that are cruelty free! (& arctic fox donates some proceeds to animal shelters )

    • Thanks so much! I’m going to check out the article and adjust my list accordingly – great to get updates from my readers; I am so busy right now I hardly ever see news like this myself šŸ™

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