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    Profile photo of Nicolecevans

    Over a year ago

    I’ve been trying to inform a friend of mine about the horrible reality of animal testing. I’ve shown her videos, pictures, and articles in attempt to open her eyes. She feels horrible about contributing to the pain and eventual deaths of these animals, but will not break away from popular items such as Covergirl, Maybelline, Johnson & Johnson etc.. Her reason? Money. Vegan products or most products not tested on animals are generally more expensive. How do I convince her to spend the extra couple dollars to go cruelty free? Are there any well known cruelty free products that are not more expensive? I will admit, all my vegan and products that are not tested on animals are almost double the price of the cheap everyday brands (Loreal for example).

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  • Profile photo of Styna

    Over a year ago

    E.l.f. is DEFINITELY the way to go for inexpensive cruelty-free products. Meijers carries it too, and a lot of times you can find their products at the Dollar Tree. But even on their website, they have all the essentials for a dollar a piece.

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  • Profile photo of annie-l

    Over a year ago

    Hey @Nicolecevans,

    E.l.f. is cruelty-free, vegan, and SUPER cheap! :) You can buy their products at Target and some drugstores. :)

    ~Annie from peta2.

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  • Profile photo of TeeterDance

    Over a year ago

    It depends where you are living but in my country most supermarket own brands are cruelty free and cheaper than brands.

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