Over the past few weeks, I've been looking at cruelty-free products -- products made by companies that don't test on animals. Everything from hand lotion to laundry detergent. I'll be trying to add those in my home. It's not always easy -- but we will review those products and tell you which ones are good and useful.
How can you find cruelty-free products for your home?
There's a website called Leaping Bunny. It was founded by 1996 by a group of animal protection leagues to end animal testing. They have a list of cruelty-free products, and even a shopping guide. We'll use this list (and others) to find those products.
Here is where you can find a list of all the stories I do on this topic. We're covering lots of different angles -- reviewing products, finding where to shop, the politics behind cruelty-free, and more.
Care to join the Cruelty-free Challenge? In the comments section, tell us what products we should try out -- and what products you use!
- May 31, 2013: Where to shop cruelty-free: Cosmetics stores NEW!!
- May 17, 2013: Where to shop cruelty-free: Supermarkets
- May 13, 2013: When China gets in the way: Origins' cruelty-free problem
- May 10, 2013: Where to buy cruelty-free: CVS & Walgreens
- May 8, 2013: Cruelty-free review: Method laundry detergent
- May 3, 2013: Where to buy cruelty-free: Walmart
- May 1, 2013: Cruelty-free review: Seventh Generation bathroom cleaner works great
- April 29, 2013: Animal testing: The products in your home that are tested on animals
- April 26, 2013: Where to buy cruelty-free: Target
- April 24, 2013: REVIEW: Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps and Organic Oscar
- April 22, 2013: Helping beagles this Earth Day: A cruelty-free challenge!