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Is Ogx Cruelty Free?

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Anshul Benjwal
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This question is asked a lot and there are many different answers. Some companies have taken a firm stance that they do not test any of their products on animals, while other companies may only test certain ingredients without the final product being tested on animals. This article will explore what it means to be cruelty-free and how you can find out if a company is testing their products on animals by following these three steps!

Step 1: What is Cruelty-Free?

Cruelty-free means that a product has not and does not test on animals and their ingredients. Many companies, such as Bath & Body Works, claim to be cruelty-free but may only be cruelty-free for certain products or ingredients without it being declared on the label. Other companies may choose to lie about whether they are using any animal testing in order to sell their products globally (such as China which requires all beauty products sold in their country to undergo animal testing).. If a company truly follows the philosophy of "cruelty-free," then that company should be able to provide documentation from a third party showing that the final product isn't tested on animals and the ingredients aren't tested on animals after they've been combined.

Step 2: Do Your Research

If you find that a company is not cruelty-free, do some research to see if it's just certain products or all of them that are tested on animals. For example, the popular hair care brand Morrocco Method has stated many times on their website and social media profiles that they're against testing on animals; however, once you look at their product list, you can see that most of their products are tested on animals. They claim to only test the essential oils in some of their products (which is still animal testing) but they won't go further than saying this vague statement without providing proof. If a company is truly cruelty-free, it should be able to provide third-party documentation from a company that has tested its product on animals.

Step 3: Look for the Leaping Bunny Logo or PETA's Cruelty-Free List

If you're still unsure about a specific company then look for a "leaping bunny" logo. The leaping bunny logo was created by Cruelty-Free International and it means that the product is free from animal testing throughout the entire process of making product.

Posted : 26/12/2021 2:55 pm
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