I can’t tell you how happy I was to see that my post on Instagram the other day made you guys as furious as it does me. Testing products on animals is NOT okay, and breeding them for these tests is even more cruel.

If you want to learn more about how animals are routinely bred, blinded, poisoned and then euthanized to test OUR skincare, hair, and beauty products, click here. If this subject makes you fiery too, then read on to learn about brands I use and love that don’t test on animals.



I wasn’t going to include this part, but on my Instastories I shared a really sad photo of a beagle with his eye cut out and stitched up, and it bothered many of you. That’s what inspired this post. Did you know that beagles are chosen to be test animals because they are genuine, kind, and a very trusting breed of dog? Yup. That’s right. They trust humans… so we choose their breed so we can hurt them. It is disgusting.

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Keep in mind that this is not a comprehensive list. This is just a list of several brands I use, love, and support. The ones in bold are brands I use DAILY. I’d love for you to check them out and support them too.


100% Pure

Acure Organics

Au Naturale Botanicals

Crunchi Cosmetics (their foundation is my FAV)

Dr. Hauschka

Eco Tools

Fitglow Beauty (I use their skin care products)

Gabriel Cosmetics (they carry my favorite lip shades)

Hynt Beauty

Juice Beauty

Lily Lolo Mineral Cosmetics (fav mascara and bronzer)


RMS Beauty (the un-coverup is amazing)

Mineral Fusion

Physician’s Formula

Trust Fund Beauty

Zuzu Luxe (best non-toxic liquid eyeliner)


Dr. Bronner’s

Fitglow Beauty (I use their skin care products)


Osmia (their moisturizer is great under the Crunchi foundation)

(Don’t be deceived, brands like Tom’s of Maine and Burt’s Bees are owned by parent companies, like Clorox, who are not cruelty-free.)


Innersense Beauty (I use their shampoo, conditioner, and leave-in conditioner)

Babyliss (my curling iron is from this brand)

(There are other cruelty-free hair care products, but these are the ones I use daily!)


Aunt Fannie’s cleaning supplies

The Laundress (detergent, stain remover, bleach alternative)


Common Good

Dr Bronner’s (hand soap, soap to clean make-up brushes, etc.)

Earth Friendly Products (ECOS)

J. R. Watkins

Plantlife (my favorite hand soap – doesn’t contain SLS)

Trader Joe’s Company

Whole Foods

Seventh Generation, Mrs. Myers Clean Day, eCover, and Method are all brands I used to use, but found out that they’re owned by parent companies that test on animals 🙁


Earth Mama Angel Baby (their nipple cream is THE BEST. I also use their foaming soap to bathe Gracie.)

California Baby

Charlie Banana cloth diapers

Grovia cloth diapers

Find out if your products are cruelty-free with the Cruelty Cutter app:


I hope this blog post about cruelty-free brands was helpful to you!

Thank you for being concerned for the well-being of animals and putting a stop to animal cruelty by voting with your dollars.


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