Love animals! Some Cruelty-free cosmetic brands that you can use

Monday, July 07, 2014


I’m a pet adopter, and I really trying hard not to use some products and slowly converting them to cruelty-free cosmetics brands. In fact, it’s not that hard to get them in Malaysia.

Women nowadays are becoming more concerned about this issue where there’s certain awareness which started from pet lover community – then we only realized! I’ve watched a movie which screened back in year 2003, “Legally Blonde 2” (watch it before?) that the lead actress who is a fresh-grad first honour lawyer fight for no animal testing on beauty products. I suggest you watch them if you don’t because it’s a very, very great film to raise awareness on animal testing issue.

In fact, I personally find out that using a non-animal tested products are less allergies or side effects compared to those beauty products that are animal tested (tell me if I’m wrong). We are well aware that although non-animal tested products are slightly expensive compared to the normal ones, but I’m pretty sure we as women who has a lil bit of sympathy are willing to do something to stop such inhumane act. Less demand, less produce!

Not only beauty products, they even use household products, skin cares, liquid detergents to test on animals! Poor little animals are caught into cages and forced to be injected with those unknown chemicals, just to test the usage availability on human… It’s getting emotional here and I think we should stop them!

Here are some beauty brands that you can easily found in Malaysia.

The Body Shop
Urban Decay
Inglot
Burt’s Bees
Crazy Rumours
Dermalogica
Juice Beauty
Montage Jeunesse
Neal’s Yard Remedies
Paul Mitchell
Soap and Glory
NYX Cosmetics
Inglot
e.l.f Cosmetics
Josie Maran
Too Faced
Stila

and many more which a lil bit hard to get in Malaysia

For more information to find out which products are cruelty-free, click on these links.


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1 Comments

  1. Sadly, Stila is not cruelty free and even though NYX is cruelty free but they still have animal products in their ingredients.

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