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How to Determine if Cosmetics are Cruelty-Free

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Cruelty free cosmetics can be difficult to find. In general, the cosmetic industry tends to freely test its products on animals as well as use animal products or by-products as ingredients. This presents a challenge for anyone looking to purchase cruelty free cosmetics, especially vegans and vegetarians who use nothing else.

One great resource for discovering who makes cruelty free cosmetics is the Leaping Bunny organization website. Visitors to the site can access the cruelty-free guide to learn about who makes cosmetics, animal care products, personal care products and household products that are not tested on animals.

The Leaping Bunny organization is dedicated to providing consumers with information on animal-friendly products and the companies that make them. When a product is endorsed by the Leaping Bunny organization, consumers can be rest assured that it meets strict cruelty-free standards.

The Leaping Bunny organization was founded in the 1990s to address the growing need of validating company claims that a product was cruelty-free. With the rising popularity and demand of cruelty-free products, consumers found themselves without any real or recognized guidelines as to what exactly qualified as a cruelty-free product. Many organizations were created to help alleviate the problem by creating standards that were both consistent and well-defined. The Leaping Bunny organization has become a worldwide recognized symbol of cruelty-free products.

Many companies are listed with Leaping Bunny providing a large selection of cosmetics that fulfill any beauty needs: Afterglow Cosmetics, Arbonne, Bamboo Aesthetics, Earth’s Beauty, Kiss My Face, Mary Kay, My Lip Stuff, Nature Clean, The Soap Opera, Spice Cosmetics, Warm Earth Cosmetics, and ZuZu Luxe.

Anything from eye shadow to mascara, lip stick to blush, and foundation to make-up remover can be found by visiting these company websites and looking through the products they offer. Some companies such as Mary Kay offer an entire line of cosmetics. Others, such as Afterglow Cosmetics, are more specialized and focus on mineral based cosmetics.

For a complete list of companies offering cruelty-free cosmetics, visit the Leaping Bunny cosmetic shopping guide on the official website:

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