Nature Box now at CVS

You can save $2.00 off any Nature Box hair product with your extra care card.


Nature Box at Rite Aid

Rite Aid has many beauty products you can choose from that are cruelty-free. In the beginning of this year they introduced an international brand to their stores.

Nature Box’s mission is

to spread positive vibes all around the globe, use specially selected natural ingredients and vegan formulas with responsible sourcing and beauty positivity.

You can read more about their ingredients here.

Nature Box also cooperates with international development organizations to help support small local farmers in sustainably cultivating raw materials.

Although Nature Box is cruelty-free it is however owned by Henkel, a company that continues to test on animals. This is where Henkel stand on animal testing:

We aim to answer all questions about the safety of our products and the ingredients we use without any animal testing.

Henkel only ever uses such tests if required by legal regulations or if no accepted alternative test methods are available for obtaining the necessary safety data. Unfortunately, however, it is not yet possible to avoid animal testing completely: This is because legally acceptable alternative test methods are not yet available for all safety aspects, and alternative test methods are not able to answer all questions relating to safety.




Harry’s Shave

Created to be different from other shaving companies, designed to be effective and to provide a great experience without having to overpay for over-designed razors. So there is no need to stand around waiting for an employee in the drugstore to unlock the cases so you can actually purchase a razor.


The company’s stand on animal testing:

“We do not test our products on animals, and that will never change.”

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CVS Beauty

This would have been a cruelty-free makeup bag with the exception of L’Oréal.

L’Oréal is a company that continues to test on animals despite their statement on being “cruelty-free”

“L’Oréal no longer tests any of its products or any of its ingredients on animals, anywhere in the world nor does L’Oréal delegate this task to others. An exception could only be made if regulatory authorities demanded it for safety or regulatory purposes.”

What a contradiction!

The good news is, you can spend on cruelty-free brands like Burt’s Bees, ELF, Wunderlips and The Crème Shop.