Do You Know Why You Should Choose a Cruelty Free Brand? 

 October 5, 2020

By  Root Minerals

Most brands marked with an “E” are owned by non-parent companies that only test on animals. Many people choose to stay away from these companies, but because the purpose of the Ethical Bunny website is to show how affordable cruelty free products are, these labels are currently included on the list. This list is constantly updated with new companies discovered and those companies who change their policies to become more cruelty free.

The list is based on animal testing only, so if the company you’re shopping for has any other products that may also be tested on animals, you may want to keep looking. There are some cruelty-free products made in the USA that can also be purchased with this label. However, these companies are not necessarily 100% cruelty free or tested on no animals.

Cruelty free brands are not only cruelty free. Some animal-testing companies actually test their products on lab animals, even though the animal was not harmed during the testing process. These products may contain toxic chemicals or carcinogens that could cause disease. If a company is using harmful chemicals and carcinogens to develop their products, it’s no surprise why they would also test on lab animals.

So, how does one distinguish a cruelty-free brand from a company that tests on animal cruelty? The easiest way to tell is if the company offers a money back guarantee, and that if you’re not completely satisfied with your purchase, you can send it back and receive your money back. Companies that offer refunds are usually cruelty-free companies.

Also, a company that offers a cruelty free tag or sticker is more likely cruelty free than a company who doesn’t. By doing this, they are letting consumers know that their product is safe for them to use on their own skin and hair. They’re showing the consumer that their products will not only benefit humans, but will benefit animals as well.

So, if you find yourself looking for a cruelty-free brand, check out the Ethical Bunny website, which features all of the companies that offer the cruelty-free label. You’ll find that there are a ton of companies with a cruelty-free label, and some of them have multiple brands under that label, which means they are also cruelty free.

Also, there are many websites that offer a cruelty-free brand or sticker, but only offer their cruelty free labels to specific products. This is important to look for because some animal-testing companies offer only cruelty free pet food for example.

So, now you have a basic idea of what the cruelty-free label means and what it refers to. You can choose cruelty free brands for your pet food and pet care products.

If you have the time, you should visit a cruelty-free company yourself and see how they treat their animals. Some companies take care of the animals themselves, while others employ other animal loving staff to help. You’ll have a better idea if the company is as cruelty free as they claim to be.

You can even ask the animal loving staff if they can give you any information about a cruelty-free brand. Many times, they can tell you a lot about which brands they prefer, so that you can make an informed decision.

Now you know a little bit more about a cruelty-free label. You may even want to start a cruelty-free brand of your own.

No matter what you do, just remember to buy your products from a company that has a cruelty-free label. If you do, you’ll have nothing to lose and everything to gain!

Root Minerals

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