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Vegan and cruelty free

published on February 16th 2023

but who knows the difference between vegan and cruelty-free!

“Cruelty-free” and “vegan” are two related but distinct terms used in the context of animal welfare and ethics.

“Cruelty-free” typically refers to products that have not been tested on animals. This means that the products and their ingredients were not tested on animals during any stage of the manufacturing process, including development and testing.

On the other hand, “vegan” refers to products that do not contain any animal-derived ingredients or byproducts. This includes ingredients like honey, beeswax, lanolin, and certain types of collagen, as well as animal-derived products like leather, fur, and silk.

While a product can be both cruelty-free and vegan, these terms are not interchangeable. A product can be cruelty-free but not vegan if it contains animal-derived ingredients or byproducts, while a product can be vegan but not cruelty-free if it was tested on animals during the manufacturing process.

Both cruelty-free and vegan products are often preferred by individuals who are concerned about animal welfare and ethics.

Our paste made for Top Lip Kit is Leaping Bunny Approved which means all paste made at 75 is cruelty-free and vegan!

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