cruelty-free


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cruelty-free

adj
(of a cosmetic or other product) developed without being tested on animals
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cruelty-free

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About Levley Marketing: The company a full-service marketing agency that works exclusively with cruelty-free and vegan businesses and non-profits to help them have a competitive edge in the commercial world so that more animals can be saved, humans healthier, and the environment greener.
Now, cruelty-free beauty products aren't limited to Lush and The Body Shop (which have been cruelty-free for ages).
All have bamboo handles featuring colorful recycled aluminum ferrules and super-soft, cruelty-free bristles.
* A Care2 petition is calling for a boycott of Birchbox until it agrees to contract only with companies that are cruelty-free.
So I'm going to be made over with cruelty-free products to show how good they are.
Show you care by wearing our 'Unlock the Labs' badge during the week, by buying cruelty-free, by raising funds to support research to replace animals.
These soaps smell divine, get the job done, and best of all, are cruelty-free. The soaps come in 17 tantalizing scents ranging from the super moisturizing oatmeal lavender to a citrus sunrise bar that's perfect for summer.
"The Humane Standards, symbolised by the Leaping Bunny logo, is the most rigorous international cruelty-free certification in the world," the Daily Mail quoted Cruelty Free International CEO Michelle Thew, as saying.
The ex-Beatle is backing Humane Society International's Be Cruelty-Free Campaign.
Animal Aid urges people to be compassionate this Christmas and choose cruelty-free entertainment.
Newcastle City Council will bring in its animal cruelty-free food policy following a meeting of the council tomorrow.
The Labour group is calling on Newcastle council to support a motion which would see the authority only buy cruelty-free animal products.