It is a hard world out there for those who are against animal cruelty as it is very difficult to find products which are cruelty-free. From being made of either animal skin or something else, or having been tested on those captive animals, there are very few brands out there that are 100% cruelty-free.
Saying no to animal cruelty doesn’t only classify as using vegan leather, as animal cruelty is far more fetched than we might think, from cosmetic companies to skincare and beauty brands, cosmetic companies have been using animals for product and chemical testing. Millions of animals across the world, including, mice, rabbits, cats, and dogs, are caged in laboratories across the world and the majority of them die after being tested, drugged, or abused.
Even though India is amongst the very few countries that have banned animals being used for testing, however, international brands who do tests on these animals can easily export their products to India, and those products are widely being used by all of us. Look on the packaging before you buy any product to see if they are cruelty-free they might have a logo shown below, for products which are cruelty-free.
However, for easy access, you can just buy products from the brands listed below:
The Body Shop, all of the products from this particular brand have been given a green signal from the Cruelty-Free International Leaping Bunny program. Not only this, but you will also find a wide range of products, from beauty to cosmetics.
Forest Essentials, is not only cruelty-free but also uses 100% natural substances in the making of these products. Forrest Essentials is a PETA-approved brand.
NYX, a widely loved brand for its compassion for living beings, it is another PETA-approved brand, it has also refused to sell products in countries like China, which require animal testing of products by law.
Milani, whether you are looking for eyeliner, lipstick, or any other cosmetic, Milani will serve you a 100% vegan face.
In order to make a conscious choice for a greater cause it takes a lot of time and research, however, we are here to support you on your journey to a cruelty-free lifestyle.