check out THIS POST on all the natural products I use daily and make often.
A post about my hair.
I make my own deodorant
and bug spray too!
and the lotion I make for pimple days.
There are a lot of ways to find out what products are vegan and cruelty-free. One of the most commonly used logos is the side profile of a bunny. Another is the face of a bunny. I’ve always seen a plant with a “V” for vegan. Some products will just state: “cruelty-free”, “vegan”, “not tested on animals and no animal bi-products”. If you can’t find any of these logos or statements, the best thing to do is: ASK! Both Whole Foods and Sephora (where many of these products have been purchased) have well trained staff that know their products pretty well, and have been great to help me find new products to try. And of course, I’m sure many other places will have equally as helpful staff. Most places will carry at the very least, a small selection of cruelty-free products. Smaller natural health-food stores are always a great option, Whole Foods has a ridiculous selection of natural products to try… and many of these baby and body care products (maybe not as many cosmetics) can even be purchased at chains such as: target, walmart, walgreens, and your neighborhood supermarket (public here).