Looking for cruelty-free drugstore brands? This guide has you covered! Many Logical Harmony readers ask for help finding good drugstore products from cruelty-free brands. Many people believe that it’s hard to find cruelty-free drugstore brands, or difficult to find cruelty-free and vegan options at the drugstore. Thankfully, there are now more cruelty-free drugstore brands than ever before!
That’s why I decided to create this list of cruelty-free drugstore brands. This guide includes brands that offer cruelty-free brands that can easily be found at drugstores or large chain stores such as Target, Ulta, CVS, Walgreens, Superdrug, Priceline Pharmacy, and more! It’s exciting to see these stores catching on to the fact that people want to purchase cruelty-free drugstore brands and to see them start to carry more and more cruelty-free options.
Are there cruelty-free brands at Target? One of the most common requests that I receive is asking for a list of cruelty-free brands that are available at major chains like Target. With so many locations, Target is a chain that is easily accessible to a lot of people. They also carry cruelty-free brands at a variety of price points too. Because they carry such a huge variety of products, this cruelty-free list is also able to extend beyond the beauty section of the store.
This list of the cruelty-free brands at Target can help consumers make better choices when shopping here. Because Target carries such a large variety of items, this list extends beyond beauty products. It also includes cruelty-free brands that sell household items, such as cruelty-free cleaning supplies.
I am writing this post and feeling so discouraged about this change. It is with a heavy heart that I have to let you know that Method, a brand that many of us have used and trusted for years, is no longer cruelty-free. Method is well known for making a variety of household and cleaning products that, for years, have been cruelty-free and all vegan.
A couple of weeks ago, I posted that Ecover had changed their stance on animal testing and was no longer cruelty-free. After years or not testing, the brand had decided to begin testing on daphnia, a small kind of water flea. Ecover is the parent company of Method, and I was assured by US and UK teams that Method was staying cruelty-free and this change was happening only with Ecover line. Sadly, this has now changed.
I tend to order a lot of household and beauty items online. Don’t we all? Online shopping is so quick and easy. A few weeks ago I placed my first order with Grove Collaborative after hearing about them on Facebook and wanted to share my order with you. This video features household items, but they do carry some beauty and personal care brands. It’s great to see Seventh Generation, Preserve, Acure Organics, Yes To, and more cruelty-free brands available in one place.
The video is located behind the cut, so click the “read more” link to watch it.
You are likely familiar with my monthly favorites and empties videos where I share my honest thoughts on a variety of products. We know that most of you have guys in your life that are also interested in cruelty free and vegan options.This month, Justin got in on the action! He is sharing his hits and misses in this video.
Continue reading to watch Justin’s Cruelty Free Hits & Misses Video!
Many Logical Harmony readers ask for help finding household cleaing products that are both cruelty free and vegan. Sadly, many of the commonly found cleaning products are tested on animals. Because of this, many people assume that it is hard to find cruelty free and vegan cleaning products, but it is actually a lot easier than you may expect.
That’s why I decided to create the Vegan Cleaning Products Guide. This guide includes brands that offer cruelty-free and vegan household cleaning items. This includes multi-purpose soap, dish soap, laundry soap, glass cleaners, all-purpose cleaners, and more.
Continue reading to see the options available in the Cruelty-Free Cleaning Products Guide!