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October 14, 2020

Cruelty-Free Cleaning Products and Brands

Cruelty free cleaning brands vegan natural

Cruelty-Free Cleaning Products and Brands

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This post is all about cruelty free cleaning products.

Your house can be spotless while using products not tested on animals. In addition to beauty and personal care products being tested on animals, household cleaning products can also be tested on animals.

Some of the terrible animal experiments done to household cleaning products and test their ingredients includes having chemicals dripped into animals’ eyes, rubbed onto their skin, and forced down their throats. Thankfully there are various brands that do not suppose the harm of animals I have compiled that list here for you.

In this post you will find a list of cruelty-free and vegan cleaning brands that do not test on animals. All these cleaning product brands are cruelty-free and vegan. If you already have a vegan lifestyle this post will help you discover new brands that work effectively. If you don’t have a cruelty-free lifestyle this post will make it easy for you to switch to a kind lifestyle.

 

 

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Cruelty Free Cleaning Products

Cruelty Free Cleaning Products Owned by Parent Companies That Test on Animals

 

 

CRUELTY-FREE CLEANING PRODUCTS

All of the following brands are cruelty-free and vegan cleaning products.

 

Attitude

Attitude is a Canadian company that is cruelty-free and 100% vegan. Attitude all-natural cleaning products include all-purpose, bathroom, dishwashing, kitchen, floor, and windows cleaners. Also laundry products, and even hair shampoo and conditioners!

 

Better Life

Better Life products are cruelty-free, and vegan. They are also natural, non-toxic, biodegradable, safe for waterways and marine line, and packaged in recyclable containers. They have a range of natural cleaning products for general household, kitchen, bathroom, dishwashing, and laundry. Their cleaning products contain plant-derived cleaning agents and natural scents.

Does not contain: alcohol, ammonia, bleach, chlorine, ethers, ethoxylates, parabens, petroleum solvents, phosphates, phthalates, sulfates (SLS/SLES), or triclosan.

 

Biokleen

Biokleen loves animals. That’s why they have never tested a single product on them or used their biochemistry in their formulations. In fact, they designed all Biokleen products with pets in mind, for they are just as sensitive to toxins, synthetic dyes and artificial fragrances as we are.

Does not contain: phosphates, chlorine, ammonia, petroleum solvents, alcohol, butyl, glycol ether, brighteners, artificial colors, artificial fragrance. Biioleen believes that a house free of toxins is a home full of love.

 

Boulder Clean

Boulder Clean does not test on animals nor uses animal ingredients which makes them Leaping Bunny Cruelty-Free Certified. Their formula is plant-based. Boulder Clean offers cleaning products, laundry, dishwashing, and refills.

Does not contain: synthetic fragrances, dyes, phosphates, EDTA or NTA, gluten, formaldehyde.

 

Nature Clean

Nature Clean is based in Canada. All of their products are manufactured and packaged in Canada too! This is a vegan and cruelty free brand. Their products include dish soaps, laundry products multi-surface, glass and window cleaners.

Their products are: hypoallergenic, biodegradable; and contain naturally-derived and vegan ingredients.

 

Nellie’s

Nellie’s products are biodegradable. Nellie’s offers cleaning products for laundry, home, kitchen, and bathroom.

Free of: harmful toxins, phosphates and synthetic fragrances

Does not contain: filters, perfumes, optical brighteners, solid synthetics.

 

Puracy

Puracy was founded and based in Austin, Texas. They are a small, family-owned company with a range of award-winning vegan, natural and organic household cleaning products.

What they offer: from general household cleaners, stain removers, carpet and upholstery shampoo, to dishwashing and laundry products. Puracy basically has it all!

Does not contain: harsh chemicals, sulfates (SLS, SLES, SCS), triclosan, formaldehyde, parabens, phosphates, MEA, DEA, TEA, chlorine, bleach, petrochemicals, animal by-products, allergens, perfumes, dyes, or caustics.

 

 

 

CRUELTY-FREE CLEANING PRODUCTS OWNED BY PARENT COMPANIES THAT TEST ON ANIMALS

If you do not like the idea of cruelty-free products being owned by a parent company that test on animals, then please avoid the following brands: Ecover, Method, Mrs. Meyer’s, and Seventh Generation.

 

Ecover – Owned by SC Johnson

Ecover is cruelty-free, but they are owned by SC Johnson, a parent corporation that does tests on animals.

Their cleaning products are also vegan and contain naturally-derived ingredients. Ecover offers cleaning products for every room in the house including cleaners for the kitchen, bathroom, and laundry.

Does not contain: fragrance, 0% fragrances and dyes.

 

Method – Owned by SC Johnson

Method is cruelty-free, but they are owned by SC Johnson, a parent corporation that does test on animals. All of Method’s products are vegan.

Their line includes a collection of household cleaning products like all-purpose, bathroom, floor, glass + surface cleaners, cleaning wipes. As well as dish cleansers and laundry products, and even body wash! Refillable pouches are also available.

Does not contain: animal-derived ingredients or by-products.

 

Mrs. Meyer’s – Owned by SC Johnson

Mrs. Meyer’s is cruelty-free, but they are owned by SC Johnson, a parent corporation that does test on animals.

Their products are garden-inspired scented, made with plant-derived ingredients and essential oils. Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day offers a range of vegan cleaning products including household cleaners, dishwashing, laundry, and air fresheners.

Does not contain: ammonia, chlorine, parabens, phthalates, formaldehyde, artificial colorants, phosphates or petroleum distillates.

 

Seventh Generation – Owned by Unilever

Seventh Generation is cruelty-free, but they are owned by Unilever, a parent corporation that does test on animals. They product effective cleaning products made with renewable plant-based ingredients and the packaging of their products are designed with recycled materials.

Seventh Generation has a great selection of cleaning products including dishwashing disinfecting cleaners, household cleaners, and laundry. They even offer unbleached paper towels and recycled toilet paper.

Does not contain: animal-derived ingredients or by-products.

 

 

We as consumers can vote with our money by choosing to buy cruelty-free cleaning products from brands that don’t test their ingredients or finished products on animals.

I hope you found this list useful. Let me know if you already use any of these brands in the comment section.

Until next time :))

 

 


 

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9 Comments

  • Reply Mosaics Lab October 15, 2020 at 10:09 am

    These are amazing, thank you so much for sharing these brands with us. I am only buying my cleaning products from Wholefoods and they’re all cruelty free and sustainable.

  • Reply Melissa Cushing October 15, 2020 at 10:24 am

    I am loving this list of products and there are many here that I have not yet tried and will have to check out as I love cruelty0free cleaning that is also sustainable. I love Seventh Generation, Mrs Meyers, Method and Puracy and will have to try the others.

  • Reply Tammy October 15, 2020 at 12:59 pm

    Mrs. Meyer’s and Seventh Gen are great. I usually make my own but keep those on hand as backups and I’m so pleased with those products. Great list!

  • Reply Yeah Lifestyle October 15, 2020 at 5:33 pm

    I have just bookmarked your page as I am changing all my products to vegan and cruelty-free products to be more environmentally conscious.

  • Reply Heather October 15, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    I’m so happy to have found this list! We are always looking for cruelty free cleaning products!

  • Reply Heather October 15, 2020 at 11:11 pm

    This is a great comprehensive list and I need to add more of these to my home!

    • Reply Marta October 16, 2020 at 2:43 am

      Those brands sound amazing. My cousins wife makes organic and handmade cleaning products so I use that. Her glass cleaner can be used as a salad dressing 😁😁😁 its that safe.

  • Reply Romy October 16, 2020 at 3:51 am

    I never knew there were so many great cruelty free cleaning products! I am a fan of Mrs Meyers, they smell so good

  • Reply Paula Richie October 16, 2020 at 1:24 pm

    I don’t particularly see us searching for these. Nice to know they exist though.

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