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Cruelty-Free Is Not Enough

Cruelty-free does not mean vegan. Stop paying for companies to mutilate and kill innocent animals for makeup.

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It wasn’t until I had already started eating a plant-based diet that I was even introduced to the idea of vegan cosmetics and makeup products. I had always thought that “vegan” and “cruelty-free” were interchangeable, which isn’t true.

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Susie Pinon

Susie Pinon

B.A. in Psych. Lover of all things green. Likely to be found brewing tea or making a mess in the kitchen. Open to opportunities 🍊contentqueensuz@gmail.com

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