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#1 Old 09-14-2006, 08:51 PM
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Going From Dietary Vegan to Vegan I would like to know?

Maybe some of their prduct line also,

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#2 Old 09-14-2006, 09:10 PM
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http://www.compassionateconsumer.com/



http://www.caringconsumer.com/resources_companies.asp



Also Leaping Bunny

http://www.leapingbunny.org/shopping_guide.htm





... keep in mind though these lists are only about testing. Just because a product or company is on one these lists, does not automatically make it vegan. You still have to scan your ingredients.







(don't forget to delete the other 2 threads you posted w/ same title)
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Paul Mitchell does not test their hair products on animals.
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#4 Old 09-14-2006, 09:47 PM
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Going vegan? Congrats!



I have to rep for Arbonne International...

Product line includes skin care, anti-aging, body care, hair care, and cosmetics (for all ages, men and women). Additional lines include baby care, hormonal balance creams, aromatherapy, weight loss products, and nutritional supplements and vitamins. Uses recycable packaging, botanically-based, free from dyes, mineral oil, and chemical fragrances, pH correct, hypoallergenic, dermatologist tested, against animal testing. All products are certified vegan.

My personal Arbonne site: http://botanicalbliss.myarbonne.com

Company site:www.arbonne.com





Other products that I use that aren't tested on animals are method products. Product line includes household cleaning products (all purpose, specialty, and dishware cleaners), hand wash/santizers, laundry care, and air treatment (candles, sprays). Uses recycable packaging, uses biodegradable ingredients, free from ammonia and bleach (with the exception of the window wash, which has a small amount of ammonia), and against animal testing. All vegan products with the exception of dryer sheets.

www.methodhome.com



Feel free to PM me if you have any questions or if you are interested in any of Arbonne's products.
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Going From Dietary Vegan to Vegan I would like to know?

Maybe some of their prduct line also,

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When it comes to things like hair/bathroom products, cleaning supplies, etc., it seems like the easiest thing to do is find a vegan site.



I've been tricked too many times by labels that say "not tested on animals" when they actually mean that specific bottle of whatever-it-is was not tested on an animal. They're getting sneaky!
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I was just searching around for some good sites and I came around one that looks pretty good. They don't have a whole lot of products in certain categories (the makeup section is lacking pretty bad), but they do have a lot of different bathroom products to choose from. Hope it helps at all!



http://veganunlimited.com/.
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http://soapdishes.com/findex.html



Bought a bar of the "twist of lemon" At the Mountain View, CA Art and Wine Festival. Pricey it was, but the lemon smell fills a room, besides masking my own personal scent. LOL
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