Choose Cruelty Free
by: Paul Crump • 289
The Australia-based Choose Cruelty Free organization keeps an updated list of international and domestic cruelty-free accredited cosmetic and household products. The Choose Cruelty Free app brings this list to your mobile device.
The products are handily sorted into categories like make up, skin care, deodorants, household cleaners, and car care. Symbols let you know whether products are suitable for vegetarians or vegans, whether they've been officially accredited, and whether or not this listing applies to all of their product line.
The list is Australia-centric, but some of the products are available worldwide.
The Choose Cruelty Free app is simple information for folks who want to know if their household products have been made using animal testing.
Tags: choose cruelty free make up
by Janel , Appszoom
Nov 20, 2013
Access the CCF List of accredited companies producing cosmetics, toiletries and household cleaning products that have not been tested on animals. There is also a vegan list for those who only want to purchase vegan products. Make-up, hair care, toothpaste, pet care, men's range, fragrances and more!
Choose Cruelty Free (CCF) is an Australian, independent, non-profit organisation that produces the Choose Cruelty Free List (CCF List), actively campaigns for a ban on animal-tested cosmetics, and promotes a cruelty-free lifestyle. The CCF List helps consumers choose products made by companies that do not test on animals.
As a non-profit organisation CCF charges a one-off administrative fee of AUD$100 to cover the costs we incur during the accreditation process.
Once accredited, companies may opt to take out a License to use our registered trade mark, the CCF Rabbit Logo for an annual fee. There is no obligation to take out a License. It is illegal to use the CCF Rabbit Logo unless you have entered into a License Agreement with CCF to do so.
Companies on the CCF List are regularly asked to undergo re-accreditation to ensure that they still comply with CCF’s criteria for accreditation. There is no fee for re-accreditation.