Vitacost and the Leaping Bunny: A Cruelty-Free Connection

That beautiful shade of pink looks perfect on your pouty lips. But are innocent animals paying the price for your favorite lipstick?

Every day, adorable bunnies, mice, rats, birds, primates, even dogs and cats are subjected to cruel and unnecessary animal testing. Their skin, eyes and insides are exposed to harmful toxins and chemicals that cause irritation, damage and even death.

Is there anything you can do to stop the cycle of cruelty?

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The label is a good place to start.

According to a recent survey conducted by Vitacost.com, nearly 75 percent of women who responded stated that a cruelty-free label was important when selecting cosmetics.

When picking out a shampoo, toothpaste, lip balm, perfume or any other personal care product, be on the lookout for the Leaping Bunny logo (left) – which signifies that the product and its ingredients are cruelty-free.

Are you ready for some good news?   You won’t have to look hard to find safe and effective cruelty-free products.

That’s because Vitacost.com has recently launched a cruelty-free specialty store, stocked with more than 2,000 Leaping Bunny-certified products for skin, hair, body and more. You’ll find cruelty-free favorites from top brands such as Tom’s of Maine, Beauty Without Cruelty, Jason and Avalon Organics, to name a few. And everything is offered at the same low prices you’ve come to expect from Vitacost.

Speak up for those who can’t speak for themselves. Cast your vote for cruelty-free policies by choosing products that are not tested on animals.

Katie

Katie is a Marketing Editor (and loyal customer) at Vitacost.com. In her spare time, she enjoys biking with her husband, playing with her pets and writing bios about herself.

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2 comments on «Vitacost and the Leaping Bunny: A Cruelty-Free Connection»

  1. gold account says:

    Nature’s Gate shampoos and cond, are cruelty free and vegan, you might also look at Yes To Carotts, cucumbers and Tomatoes they are all cruelty free and I think vegan too. I love Sonoma soap company products and they are also cruelty free and vegan. HTH!

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