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An Update on the Cruelty Free Status of Milani & Jordana

An Update on the Cruelty Free Status of Milani & Jordana

Update December 10, 2014: Milani and Jordana are now re-certified as cruelty free by Logical Harmony! You can read more details here. Since Logical Harmony first posted about Milani cosmetics stating that they may use ingredients tested on animals, the cruelty free community has been all over the topic. Milani and Jordana were recently approved for the PETA cruelty free list. However, at this time, they will remain on the Brands to Avoid list here …

The Body Shop Temporarily Pulls Products from Chinese Airports Due to Conflicting Statements on Animal Testing

The Body Shop Temporarily Pulls Products from Chinese Airports Due to Conflicting Statements on Animal Testing

Previously, Logical Harmony reported that brands selling in the duty free shops of airports in China were able to stay cruelty free. The results of a PETA investigation were that the Chinese government requirements on animal testing did not cover these locations. Unfortunately, it looks as though the items sold in airports in China may be subjected to animal testing after all. Choice, an independent consumer watchdog organization in Australia, is now claiming that the …

Are Products Sold in Airports in China Cruelty Free?

Are Products Sold in Airports in China Cruelty Free?

Recently a reader emailed me about some brands that they had seen while passing through the Shanghai airport in China. One of them was The Body Shop. While The Body Shop is owned by L’Oreal, they run independently and claim to still be cruelty free. Since animal testing is required by law on products sold in China, I had to wonder how The Body Shop was able to sell there and still be supported by …

PETA Reports that Juice Beauty Has Stopped Selling in China

PETA Reports that Juice Beauty Has Stopped Selling in China

One of the most commonly asked about brands here on Logical Harmony is Juice Beauty. Some time ago, the brand changed their public stance on animal testing to say that they tested on animals as required by law. Then the FAQ question about animal testing on their site was removed. Since that time, readers have reported a variety of mixed responses from the brand. PETA did not remove them from their Brands Who Do Not …

Yes to Carrots to Remain Cruelty-Free!

In December of 2012, I posted an update here on Logical Harmony that the Yes to Carrots brand was no longer cruelty free. This post was based on a statement from the company that was received by myself and several readers in October, 2012. This statement can be seen in full in my original post, but says that the brand requested to be removed from PETA’s Does Not Test on Animals list and didn’t test, …

How To Make Your Own Bronzer

If you like to be bronzed, then check out this quick and easy way to make your own bronzer! Personally, I love being bronzed. Whether it’s by using self tanner, powder bronzer or both. A lot of celebrities, such as Ashley Olsen, love their bronzer too. There’s something so great about being able to breathe a little life into your winter makeup routine with bronzer. Thanks to PETA, I can now share with you how …