Personal Care & Fashion
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Get the Ultimate Glow With the Vegan ‘Glazed Donut’ Look
Get the “glazed donut” beauty look with our tips for vegan skincare, makeup, and treats. Plus, discover cruelty-free products for a “glazey” glow-up!
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Cruelty-Free Beauty: Surprising Finds You Can Feel Good About
From deodorants to shampoos, check out these surprising vegan personal-care products that are kind to animals.
Vegan Mate Cups, Belts, and Other Latin American Clothes and Accessories
People in Latin American countries are steering away from cruelly produced materials in favor of animal-free options for everything from vegan mate cups to jute espadrilles.
Spice Things Up in the Bedroom With These Vegan Sex Toys and More
Is your bedroom cruelty-free? Improve your sex life with these vegan sex toys, clothes, accessories, and more.
Knitwear Goes Vegan With These Stylish Options
Stay warm and stylish while keeping animals in mind—add these cozy vegan knits to your closet this season.
These Cruelty-Free Gel Nail Polish Brands Really Nail It
Keep these cruelty-free gel nail polish options on file and you’ll nail your at-home mani-pedi every time.
New Year, New Vegan You! Ring in an Animal-Free 2023 With PETA’s Top Starter Tips
Ready to resolve to go vegan in the new year? Help animals, the planet, and your own health by following PETA’s pointers for a kinder 2023.
Is Suffering an Ingredient in Your Retinol Product?
Thinking of adding retinol to your skincare routine? Read on to make sure the products you pick don’t involve the exploitation of animals.
A Message to Montréal From NOIZE and PETA: Have Compassion in Fashion
Fashion brand NOIZE has teamed up with PETA for a new display in Montréal’s Eaton Centre. Together, we’re calling on shoppers to choose compassionate fashion.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind