Updates to the Cruelty Free & Vegan Brand List

Updates to the Cruelty Free & Vegan Brand List

One thing that many Logical Harmony readers may not realize is that the Cruelty Free & Vegan Brand List is updated about once a week. In an effort to be more transparent with readers about these updates a recap will be posted once or twice a month of the brands who have been added to various sections of the list. That way, it will make it easier for you to stay up to date on what brands have been contacted and what their responses have been.

Brands added to the cruelty free and vegan brand list are brands who have confirmed they are completely cruelty free and have vegan options, if not being 100% vegan. This means that they have confirmed they do not test the products on animals as a finished product, during production, to comply with local and regional laws or use ingredients that have been tested on animals. This list does include brands who are cruelty free but have a parent company that tests on animals, but in cases like this it will be noted next to the brand.

Brands recently added to the brands to love section –

  • Aromi
  • Becca
  • Marc Anthony
  • Pixi

The grey area section is for brands that have responded, but I have been unable to get a clear response from. Typically these are brands who say that they are cruelty free, but won’t speak to production, finished product, ingredient suppliers or testing to comply with local laws. Brands recently added to the grey area section –

  • Barry M (their published stance on animal testing has changed)
  • Color Club (unclear response about animal testing was received)
  • Deep Steep (unclear response about their ingredient suppliers)
  • LORAC (unclear response about their ingredient suppliers)

Brands added to the brands to avoid section are those who have confirmed that they test on animals themselves, to comply with local and regional laws, or use ingredient suppliers that test on animals. Brands recently added to the brands to avoid section –

  •  none!

Brands added to the pending brands section are those that I  have recently been reached out to with questions about their stance on animal testing and use of animal ingredients. Brands recently added to the pending brands section –

  • Attar Bazaar
  • Collection Cosmetics
  • K. Hall Designs
  • Mineral Fusion
  • Nicka K
  • Rahua
  • RMS Beauty

Curious about a brand and don’t see it on the full list of cruelty free and vegan brands? Please leave a comment there and let me know!

(15) Comments

  1. I am really interested if a lot of the products carried on Birch Box are truly cruelty free. For Example Number 4 claims it is Vegan and Davines claims that they don’t test on animals. Miss Jessie’s states on their bottle they don’t test on animals, but none of these brands are on PETA’s non cruelty list. I would love to know the truth. Thank you!

    1. Hi Maris,

      I am not sure if brands in the boxes from Birchbox are cruelty-free or not. I know that this is not part of the mission of Birchbox, and I have seen brands who do test on animals in their boxes. I can look into the brands that you mentioned though. 🙂

  2. Are there any cruelty free and/or vegan hair removal options other than shaving?

    1. Parissa and MOOM are great brands and they are leaping bunny approved! I dont use anything else for hair removal

      1. We have reached out to both MOOM and Parissa. Hopefully they will soon be on the list here on Logical Harmony, too!

    2. I want to say that Sally Hansen doesn’t test on animals and their hair removing cream works pretty well on my legs.

      1. Sadly, they do test on animals. 🙁

  3. I’m curious about IT Cosmetics. Thank you for all of your effort. It is truly appreciated!

  4. Hi, do you happen to know if Pixi has vegan options? I mailed them about this but never got a response.

    1. Pixi does have vegan options. They are not a vegan brand, but they do have options. 🙂

  5. Thank you for all your hard work!!

    I maybe missed it, but can you tell me if Infusium 23 is cruelty-free?

    They say “Not tested on animals” on their packaging, but that isn’t always reliable.

    Thank you.

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