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Why We Can’t Let Brands Like NARS or Benefit Get Away With Animal Testing in China

Some brands are cruelty-free, and some test on animals. Out of the brands who test on animals, some do so because they sell their products in mainland China, where animal testing is…

Charlotte Tilbury Is Now Owned By A Parent Company That Isn’t Cruelty-Free

This year, there were rumors of Charlotte Tilbury selling her company. Among the interested buyers were Unilever, L’Oreal, and Shiseido. In the end, it was Puig who acquired a majority stake in…

Looking For A Cruelty-Free Alternative To Swiffer? We Finally Found One

After moving recently, I was on the lookout for new cleaning products. As you know, good cruelty-free cleaning products are among the hardest to find when ditching animal testing. This is because…

Burt’s Bees and Korres: Back On Our Cruelty-Free List

Burt’s Bees and Korres were both moved to the grey area in the past due to potentially selling in mainland China. Since then, we’ve reached out to the companies and there are…

7 Biggest Red Flags That A Brand Might Test On Animals

Finding out if brands are truly cruelty-free isn’t always straightforward. I’ve been vetting the cruelty-free status of brands for over 5 years. Along the way I’ve learned a few tricks that might…