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Animal cruelty free makeup brands

The definition of an animal cruelty free makeup is that testing has not been done of any sort on an animal in the research, production and processing phases of the cosmetic product.

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Company brands also do not use ingredients that have been tested on animals nor are they selling products in China. These companies do not hire third parties to do animal testing on their behalf.

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Certification of a product or brand name is usually done on a voluntary basis. The company decides to get itself certified by the Leaping Bunny or signs up the PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) petition.

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Certification of a product or brand name is usually done on a voluntary basis. The company decides to get itself certified by the Leaping Bunny or signs up the PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) petition.

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Nine national animal protection groups form the Leaping Bunny to come up with a comprehensive and internationally recognised standards on shopping for cruelty-free brands. Hence, there might be brands that are animal cruelty-free, but have not signed up for any of the above groups.

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Mid and high end brands of cosmetic products that are considered cruelty-free include Bare Minerals, Nars, Urban Decay, Hourglass, Too Faced, Tarte and TheBalm.

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Cosmetics can also be bought from the drugstores such as E.L.F., Physician's Formula, Sonia Kashuk, and Wet'N'Wild.

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Cosmetics can also be bought from the drugstores such as E.L.F., Physician's Formula, Sonia Kashuk, and Wet'N'Wild.

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In the UK, Rimmel, Gosh, Barry M cosmetics. 2True, Beauty UK, Cheeky, Essie, Butter London, Makeup Revolution, Mua and Models Own are some brands to consider.

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Then there's The Body Shop, Vapour, Ilia, Jane Iredale, 100% Pure, Sappho, Sugar Pill, Rituel de Fille, ColourPop and Sugar Venom. Some of these names are independent brands.

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Then there's The Body Shop, Vapour, Ilia, Jane Iredale, 100% Pure, Sappho, Sugar Pill, Rituel de Fille, ColourPop and Sugar Venom. Some of these names are independent brands.

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