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Cruelty-Free Summer Skin Care

Was Your Tan Tested on Animals?

Give bunnies a break this summer by tossing your animal-tested products in favor of cruelty-free sunscreens, sunless tanners, moisturizers, and insect repellents. Some personal-care product companies are still living in the Dark Ages: They needlessly pump their products into animals’ stomachs; rub them onto animals’ raw, shaved skin; squirt them into their eyes; or force animals to inhale them. It’s time for these companies to throw in the animal-testing towel!

Finding animal-friendly skin-care products is a breeze, thanks to the hundreds of companies riding the cruelty-free wave. All the companies on our list have assured PETA in writing that they will not test their products on animals. Click here for cruelty-free companies.

Makers of Cruelty-Free Sunscreens

Abra Therapeutics

Bronzo Sensualé

California North

Kiss My Face

Malibu Sun

Ocean Potion

 

Makers of Cruelty-Free Sunless Tanners

Bonne Bell

California North

Kiss My Face

Ocean Potion

 

Makers of Cruelty-Free After-Sun Moisturizers

Abra Therapeutics

Bonne Bell

Bronzo Sensualé

Kiss My Face

Malibu Sun

 

Makers of Cruelty-Free Insect Repellent

Burt’s Bees

All Terrain

Search for more cruelty-free products.

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  • Leanne says:

    Liz Earle also do a great naturally active sunscreen and aftersun, great for sensitive skins and cruelty free (they’re also on the BUAV approved list) :)

  • Yosserwirral says:

    Clinique are approved for resale in China, to achieve this they MUST be tested on animals to be approved. Apparently this has happened. Why are Clinique on PETA at all?

    Surely a company that tests on animals for its own financial gain should not pick and choose which range of products they want to say are cruelty free whilst condoning cruelty on other parts of heir range

  • Mineral cosmetics says:

    Yes for the cruelty-free companies, must provide an advertise so that the ordinary customers should be aware of this type of non cruelty free companies which had successfully running their products hampering to their customers skin badly.

  • Harimy says:

    I think all cruelty-free companies should advertise so in their web sites. That would make it so much easier for caring customers to buy their products!

  • debbie says:

    Why isn’t Clinique listed on Leaping Bunny’s site as a cruelty free company?

    http://www.leapingbunny.org/shopsearch.php#c

  • Susan says:

    Fake Bake state that they don’t use animal testing.

  • kirsty says:

    You seem to have forgotten lush? Their moisturisers are cruelty-free, mostly vegan and have spf in them :D

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