One thing people think when considering going cruelty-free is that they will find themselves shopping at health and organic shops.
But it's not true.
Every Friday I will try to show you how easy it is to find cruelty-free products, like laundry detergent and hand lotion, at your favorite stores.
Today, we're going to Target.
My first stop was the cleaning products section. I do actually need a few things, so this was the perfect time.
Look how tiny it is! This $6 bottle is 25 loads of laundry! I usually buy All or Purex, which is a couple of dollars cheaper.
I chose the Method glass cleaner.
And in the next aisle, I grabbed a bottle of the Seventh Generation dish soap.
All these products are cruelty-free.
These were easy to find.
But the problem with Target is sometimes things are not where they should be. For instance, Mrs. Meyer's and Method hand soaps were with the household cleaners.
Shampoos were in the beauty products section.
They also have makeup and other products, on top of that familiar lip balm we all know.
I also found Alba Botanicals, Gud, by Burt's Bees, and Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps.
I also found E.L.F. Cosmetics. These are not on the Leaping Bunny list, but they are on the PETA lists.
Finally, I found one last product in Toothpaste section.
Tom's of Maine was next to the Sensodyne! And they even have a children's version.
So it is possible to find lots of great cruelty-free products in Target. You just have to look a little harder.
Here are the products I bought. I'll be reviewing these over the next few weeks.
Next week, we'll be checking out Walmart!