Cruelty Free,  Shopping Guide

Cruelty Free Brands At Target

So what does cruelty-free mean? Basically, it means that a product and its ingredients weren’t tested on animals at any point before, during, and after production. In the U.S., no law requires that people test these types of products on animals, but some corporations continue to pay for tests in which animals are tormented and killed. Why? Usually, it’s so that they can sell their products in China, where animal testing for many products is required by law. Luckily, we have several brands that pledge to not test on animals and remain cruelty-free!

Target is one of my favorite stores. You can also buy many cruelty-free beauty products that I’m happy to share with you. Next time you go to Target, think about switching to cruelty-free brands instead. They have affordable products as well. You may find that one of your favorite brands isn’t cruelty-free but you can still find a product that works just as well from the cruelty-free list!

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Acure Organics- Vegan Options

Air Repair Skincare

Alba Botanica

BH cosmetics

Black Radiance

Bliss- Vegan Options

Derma E

Dr. Bronner’s

DUO

E.L.F

Earth Science Naturals

EcoTools- 100% Vegan

Ella-Milla – 100% Vegan

Gabriel Cosmetics

Hayleys- 100% Vegan

Jane cosmetics

Lip smacker

Makeup Geek

Milani

Pacifica- 100% Vegan

Physicians Formula

Pixi- Vegan Options

Plant Apothecary

Profusion

Real Techniques-  100% Vegan

S.W. Basics

SheaMoisture

Suki

Thayers Natural Remedies

Tri-Coastal Design

W3LL People

Wet N Wild- Vegan Options

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