Transition to Cruelty Free Products

May 18, 2015 — 10 Comments

About 2 years ago, I decided to start transitioning my beauty and household products to cruelty free products. There is a HUGE space in my heart for animals, and I remember sobbing while reading this article (not graphic) about Tommy the Beagle, who spent the first four years of his life in a lab.  Right after reading, I started researching the products I was using, and started looking for cruelty free alternatives.  You would be surprised how many companies test on animals.

This is the first of many posts that I will share to assist you in making the transition to cruelty free!

Cruelty Free Products

Burt’s Bees, The Honest Company

Cruelty Free Product

Sun Bum

Cruelty Free Product

Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula

Cruelty Free Product

Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day

PETA has an awesome search engine on their website where you can look up which companies test or do not test on animals.  You can find it here: PETA Search Engine.

Please think of all of the precious animals, and join me in switching to cruelty free!

-K

10 responses to Transition to Cruelty Free Products

  1. 

    Thank you for transitioning your life to cruelty free products. I fostered Tommy and seeing his transition after the lab was amazing. It truly opened my heart and my eyes to what is being done to this precious souls. I’m honored to know this sweet boy was an inspiration to you. Thank you !

    • 

      I’m so glad that my post reached you and your comment made me so happy! I’m a little jealous you got to spend time with Tommy! His story truly hit home, and I hope that I can create a domino effect to help save other cuties like him! xo

  2. 

    Love it! Thanks for sharing!

  3. 

    I can’t begin to tell you how happy it makes me that Tommy inspired you to make these simple changes. Thanks for sharing!

  4. 

    I love this! Thank you!

  5. 

    Burts Bees was purchased by CLOROX…..Clorox is NOT cruelty free.

    • 

      Although owned by Clorox, both the Burt’s Bees website and PETA still currently distinguish Burt’s Bees products as cruelty free. I will keep this post updated if anything changes! Thanks for helping share cruelty free info! xo!

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