Cruelty Free Make Up

I totally can relate to your angel/devil argument over the non cruelty makeup. I try to be as cruelty-free as I can be, and there are many sacrifices you have to make. But at the end of the day, its worth not supporting makeup companies which animal test. there are many good cruelty free makeup brands as well so don’t worry, your foundation can always look good. 🙂

It’s a quarter to one in the morning as I lie here, illuminated by the harsh glow of my phone, starting a blog post. Fun fact, most of my blogs are written when I can’t sleep. Might as well, huh?

What am I thinking about? Just how many of the items in my make up drawers are tested on animals, come from companies that pay for testing on animals or claim they are cruelty free but cannot be declared as completely cruelty free because they sell to the Chinese cosmetic market?

This is a topic that has been on my mind for a long time. It’s been niggling away at me. The questions. The guilt. The feeling of needing to make a change.

Up until last year maybe, I hadn’t given it much thought. I found products I wanted to try, I’d research them a bit and if my interest…

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I changed to all cruelty-free products.

What's In My Wonderland?

I don’t usually do post’s about beauty products but I would love to tell you all about some of my favourite products that I’ve found this year. In late 2018, I decided I needed a change, I’d been putting my money into the hands of companies that support Testing on Animals. It’s 2019, and we the world of ‘Animal lovers’ are still supporting this cruelty which is completely unnecessary, I’ve decided to put my money where my mouth was and I will no longer buy or use brands that are not ‘Cruelty-Free.’

Cruelty Free Products

Let’s talk for a minute about why I decided to change and then I will talk to you about the products I’ve found, tried and loved. I’ve always titled myself ‘an animal lover’ and I thought it was a bit half arsed to say you love animals but you will still wash your hair with a product that’s…

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36 Beagles to Be Released From Michigan Animal Testing Lab Where Video Showed Dogs Being Force-Fed Chemicals — KTLA

Animals shouldn’t be treated this way! We need to act fast and get rid of animal testing!

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Controversial pesticide testing on dozens of beagles has ended at a Michigan animal testing lab following the release of a disturbing video that showed dogs being force-fed chemicals as part of a yearlong study. A beagle is seen in an image from an undercover video released by the Humane Society of the United States. The…

via 36 Beagles to Be Released From Michigan Animal Testing Lab Where Video Showed Dogs Being Force-Fed Chemicals — KTLA

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STOP ANIMAL TESTING ; IS IT WORTH TAKING ?

This just shows the brutality and cruelty that these innocent animals have to go through.

Madeleine Wu

” An animal test is any scientific experiment or test in which a live animal is forced undergo somenthing that is likely to cause them pain, suffering, distress or lasting harm “.

– cruelty free international

Life in the laboratory is a world away from the natural environment. Often housed in isolation,in bare,wire cages without sufficient space or environmental enrichment, rabbits are prone to loneliness and boredom. Their senses are also overloaded with constant, bright artificial lighting from which there is no escape, and incessant noise such as the clanging of metal cages. These can all cause these sensitive animals to become stressed, which in turn can weaken their immune system, making them prone to illness. They can also suffer sore and damaged feet from standing in metal caging, and even sel-multilate to relieve their anxiety. As estimated, 26 million animals are used every year in the united states for…

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Australia Finally Passed a Law Against Animal Testing!

Australia has taken a significant step towards outlawing animal testing. Updated legislation was passed by the Senate in February, effectively making it illegal to use animal testing when introducing a new chemical or ingredient into beauty products developed on-shore.

https://vegannews.com.au/2019/02/28/australia-reaches-milestone-fight-against-animal-testing/

They have been for cruelty-free brands for a while, and they are officially making a difference now!

Should Animal Testing For Cosmetic Be Legalized?

I think that this article provides great insight into the pain being enforced on animals being tested by makeup companies. I thought that Kylie Cosmetics was cruelty-free.

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These days, a lot of women put makeup on their faces almost everyday. There are so many  stereotypes about makeup that women may feel more confident when they are wearing makeup or it is a form of art that people should embrace. As we can see on the screens of TV, laptop and smartphone, there are a lot of celebrity, singers and actress that wears makeup everyday. Some of them are feeling insecure if they are not wearing any makeups. Every time i see Kylie Jenner’s Instagram, she always using makeups which definitely tells everyone that she loves makeup. She also has a cosmetic line named “Kylie Cosmetics” that sells a lot of high quality cosmetics such as lip kits, face highlighter , eyeliner, eyeshadow, lip liners, and many more. But now there also many fake Kylie makeup products lying around the shelves of stores, and those things may…

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Cruelty Free Favourites | Part 2

Great alternatives for regular animal testing brands!

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one year of look fantastic (5)

A topic that’s almost there at the front of people’s minds when they purchase a product, but it still feels like price and accessibility just have that winning jump at the last hurdle – Cruelty Free makeup. It’s a sticky subject, some brands are cruelty free, but their parent companies aren’t. Most brands who sell products in the UK don’t test on animals, but the same brand has to test on animals to sell in China… oh it’s just a sticky subject.

And while I tried to do my research, don’t come at me if there’s a convoluted way why these brands aren’t cruelty free, I tried my best – it’s super confusing!

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Anyhow, now we’ve got that out the way, I thought it was worth sharing with you my favourite cruelty free makeup favs… part 2. A lot of my part 1 favourites (read here) are still very…

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