Saturday, 17 September 2016

Companies whose own brand products are cruelty free

These are a list of companies whose own brands do not test their products on animals! Some of them are PETA certified or listed on the cruelty free international website.

Quick reminder: The leaping bunny logo (below) certifies that the product has been named 'cruelty free' under the 
internationally recognised Humane Cosmetics/Humane Household Products Standards and means that the product has not been tested on animals in the UK or anywhere else in the world (including sales in China).

Asda brand are not listed on PETA or Cruelty free international for being cruelty free, however they do state twice on their website under their own brand products, "Not tested on animals" and "Asda is against animal testing and funds research into alternatives"

"All Morrisons own brand personal care and cosmetic products (including things like shampoo, deodorant and toothpaste) are certified as ‘not tested on animals’ by the Cruelty Free International Humane Cosmetics Standard, symbolised by the Leaping Bunny logo"


Say they are cruelty free on the packaging.

Super drug- 
Both Superdrugs own brand and their B. range are both all cruelty free and contain some vegan products which all hold the cruelty free international logo!

Tesco's products all have on the packaging "This product has not been tested on animals. We fund research into alternatives.", However are not listed on anything as a cruelty free certified brand.


Other companies like, Boots, New look, Topshop, Poundland and Wilkinsons are very vague or don't mention it at all on their FAQ's or packaging, so I probably wouldn't trust them until I know for definite that they don't test!
Please feel free to let me know If I've missed any companies!
Thanks for reading!

Annie 🌻


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