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Cruelty Free Is Important

Have you ever wondered how your products are tested? How does the company know if they are effective? How do they know if you will get irritation or allergic reaction? Well, unfortunately, some companies test their products on our furry friends.
The list is massive and it’s amazing to find out that some of our favorite brands are still using bunnies, monkeys, rats, mice, and even dogs and cats to test chemical laden products.
So how do you know if your product is cruelty free?
Follow these steps:

1. Look for the words “cruelty free”.
2. Look for the leaping bunny (shown below)


3. Check this list of cruelty free companies, if the product you are using is not on the list, put it back on the shelf.

http://www.navs.org/what-we…/promote-cruelty-free-shopping/…

This may not seem like a big deal to you, but it is. Animals feel pain, emotions, and stress…just you and me. Imagine your furbaby having chemicals sprayed into its eyes, chemicals slathered on its skin…you would never do this to your pet, so why support companies that do?!

Here is a list of companies that DO test on animals

https://veganrabbit.com/list-of-companies-that-do-test-on-animals/

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Disclosure: This blog may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase using one of these links, I may earn a small commission at no cost to you. All opinions are strictly my own and do not reflect the company or product I am reviewing. Disclaimer: Sweet Honeybee Health and it’s owners are not medical professionals. Content on this website is intended for informational purposes only. I research and write on numerous health topics and companies. Do not use the information you find on this site as medical advice. You are encouraged to seek the advice of a medical professional prior to trying any health remedy, no matter how safe or risk-free it may claim to be.

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