Published by Melinda McKee.

Do you know which companies test on animals? Some companies still support cruel and deadly tests on sensitive, intelligent animals. By checking our cruelty-free database and purchasing only products from companies that don’t test on animals, you’ll be sending a powerful message to these companies.

Support these compassionate, cruelty-free companies instead of those that pay for tests on animals:

Instead of using items from Avon, try Avalon Organics’ Brilliant Balance Ultimate Night Cream, featuring aloe juice, shea butter, and lavender extract.

We think Yes to Carrots’ Scalp Relief Shampoo is head and shoulders above Head & Shoulders.

For gorgeous lashes, choose wet n wild’s MegaVolume Mascara instead of Maybelline.

Prefer Paul Mitchell to Pantene? So do we, and Paul Mitchell’s compassionate products are conveniently available at most grocery and drugstores. We love the Freeze and Shine Super Spray to lock in hairstyles.

Clear your makeup bag of Revlon products and try one of e.l.f. Cosmetics’ gorgeous Prism Eyeshadow palettes instead.

We’re avoiding Aveeno and loving JĀSÖN’s moisturizing cream.

Do without Dial and instead opt for bar soaps like Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Body Care or Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap.

Steer clear of OGX shampoos and instead grab a bottle of Shampoo + Body Wash by The Honest Co., available at many stores, including Target.

Say “no” to Secret and try Herban Cowboy, Alba Botanica, Schmidt’s, or Nature’s Gate for deodorant instead.

Your bathroom will gladly say goodbye to Lysol and hello to Mrs. Meyer’s Multi-Surface Cleaner.

Tide is so yesterday. Clothes can be clean and compassionate with Method laundry detergents.

Please take action to let Avon know that you won’t buy its products as long as they’re tested on animals.

See more companies that don’t test on animals: