Cruelty-free Hair Care Brands In Canada

This post is a series of posts that I am writing in participation of the #becrueltyfree campaign. Between March 9-14 it is Be Crueltyfree Week in which bloggers and vloggers have been asked to produce content in support of ending animal testing in the cosmetic industry.

I don’t really focus too much on haircare on here, although I think I should since I have very thick, curly hair and I don’t find too many people with the same hair type as me. But I wanted to make a quick list of cruelty-free brands that I’ve tried their hair products. I haven’t repurchased hair products from a number of them, but it’s only because I have very specific hair care needs and their products just weren’t suited to it.

Alba Botanica
∗ $10-20 range
∗ Loblaws, Shoppers Drugmart, Target, Well.ca, Winners

Aubrey Organics
∗ $10-20 range
∗ Shoppers Drugmart, Well.ca
∗ Leaping Bunny certified

Avalon Organics
∗ $10-20 range
∗ Shoppers Drugmart, Well.ca
∗ Leaping Bunny certified

Burt’s Bees (owned by Clorox, which tests on animals)
∗ $10-20 range
∗ Loblaws, Shoppers Drugmart, Well.ca
∗ Leaping Bunny certified

Boo Bamboo
∗ $5-15 range
∗ Loblaws, Well.ca, Winners

Cake Beauty
∗ $10-20 range
∗ Cake website, Well.ca, Winners

Jason
∗ $10-15 range
∗ Loblaws, Well.ca
∗ Leaping Bunny certified

Kiss My Face
∗ $10-25 range
∗ Loblaws, Well.ca, Winners
∗ Leaping Bunny certified

Live Clean
∗ $5-15 range
∗ Shoppers Drugmart, Well.ca

Marc Anthony
∗ $10-20 range
∗ Shoppers Drugmart, Walmart, Well.ca

Organix
∗ $8-15 range
∗ Shoppers Drugmart, Walmart, Well.ca

The Body Shop (owned by L’Oreal, which tests on animals)
∗ $5-20 range
∗ The Body Shop
∗ Leaping Bunny certified

Yes To
∗ $8-15 range
∗ Shoppers Drugmart
∗ Leaping Bunny certified

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