02 July, 2016

Going Cruelty Free: 4 ✾ Yendo Sin Crueldad: 4

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The Updated List

The first GFC post began with nine owned items that are tested on animals. 1OO% cruelty-free items have been slowly replacing them since beginning this journey. Every new product will be given a fair review in the future GFC posts to come. I just wanted to quickly take advantage of the time and show a before and after of the very first list.

Before Going 1OO% Cruelty-Free:
1. Shampoo and Conditioner (Alberto VO5)
2. Shaving Cream (EOS)
3. Lip Balm (EOS)
4. Toothpaste (Colgate)
5. Dishwasher Soap (Palmolive)
6. Lotion (Bath & Body Works)
7. Baking Soda (Arm & Hammer)
8. Dracüla's Cat Food (Purina Cat Chow)
9. Laundry Detergent (Oxi Clean)

Current Status:
1. Lip Balm (EOS)
2. Toothpaste (Colgate)
3. Dishwasher Soap (Palmolive)
4. Dracüla's Cat Food (Purina Cat Chow)

A little more than half of the list is now gone! Now, in concern towards Alberto VO5: Their shampoo and conditioner I was using (strawberries & cream) clearly stated in each bottle that the product was not tested on animals. However, many sites such as Cruelty-Free Kitty say otherwise. This doesn't mean that either one is lying, but that Alberto VO5 is probably owned by a company that tests their other brand products on animals, or sell in China, etc.
Remember that new "Going Cruelty-Free" posts will be published twice a month where I share my transition, new cruelty-free discoveries, products, and experience with certain brands. Use the hashtag #SCAdi on Twitter & Instagram to share any questions or products you like. Also tag me (@Nosferadi) on them for a retweet!
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24 comments:

  1. Nice post, have a good day

    http://elegant-e.blogspot.com/
    https://www.instagram.com/elegant_e_blog/

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    1. Thank you, Diana. Have a great weekend!

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  2. I know cage free eggs aren't exactly awesome for chickens. They don't get much walk space

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    1. Exactly. At the end of the day they are still required to perform the same strenuous task.

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  3. It's so sad that non cruelty free companies own cruelty free companies :(
    It happened with my favourite eyeshadow palette :'< It's cf and vegan... but.

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    1. It's such a deal breaker sometimes! I'm having that problem with the EOS lip balm.

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  4. Muy buen post!!gracias por compartir!!besos

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  5. Great post! I love seeing your transition.
    Hope you're having a great weekend.
    Much love,
    Mona

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    1. Thank you, Mona!
      Hope you have a great week yourself.

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    1. Thank you very much, dear Tweedles.<3

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  7. Lovely post dear! Have a great week! xx

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  8. Love this!

    Happy Wednesday!

    xoxo Suzy ( ˘ ³˘)♥
    THE KAWAII PLANET

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    1. Thank you, Suzy!
      Have a lovely week.

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  9. Very great article, Adi!
    You always find out good cruelty free products :)

    akiko

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    1. Thank you very much, Akiko. :)

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  10. Great post just as your all blog. I think that you are an awesome blogger, and I wish you luck in future! Kisses :* If you want, look my blog and follow me if you like it. <3
    CallofBeauty

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    1. Thanks for passing by! I'll visit your blog too,

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  11. Una entrada muy interesante!
    Un beso ^^

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  12. You seem like such a awesome person! This must be such a big step for you.

    Mind checking out my latest post - it's all about how I styled up an LYDC bag!

    Alice x
    girlabroadblogs.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you, Alice! I will check it out right now!

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