Unfortunately, some household products are not cruelty-free and contain animal products or were cruelly tested upon animals. Often items like makeup, hairspray, toothpaste, detergents, and shampoos have been tested on animals, while soap, candles, and glue may come from animal products.
Nowadays, plant-based alternatives are available in most grocery stores. Companies like Tarte, Too Faced, and other companies produce cruelty-free cosmetics, and green household products. Buying cruelty-free products is a great way to protect animals as a consumer.
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