Cruelty-Free International has awarded Soap & Glory its globally recognised Leaping Bunny approved logo for its entire cosmetic range
Soap & Glory just got even more glorious following its cruelty-free approval from Cruelty-Free International.
The cosmetic brand’s entire range will now feature the Leaping Bunny logo, allowing customers to choose cruelty-free products.
Moreover, Soap & Glory is the third company from the No7 Beauty Company to be Leaping Bunny approved.
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Soap & Glory has become a household name in the UK and its cosmetic range features beauty and skincare products that have become the go-to for many people.
The brand’s new cruelty-free status means a large number of people are already contributing to ending animal testing.
Moreover, Leaping Bunny approval requires these checks as well as regular, ongoing audits. The Cruelty-Free International Leaping Bunny is the only international cruelty-free programme that monitors every stage of the product journey.
In a statement made to Vegan Food & Living, Michelle Thew, CEO of Cruelty-Free International shared: “We are thrilled that Soap & Glory is joining the Leaping Bunny family and know that cruelty-free shoppers everywhere will be delighted by this development.”
Additionally, Soap & Glory now joins big beauty brands such as Charlotte Tilbury, Garnier, and Kylie Cosmetics in the cruelty-free movement.
Is Soap & Glory vegan?
Although Soap & Glory isn’t completely vegan, a large number of products in its range are suitable for vegans.
According to Get Set Vegan, roughly 90 of the brand’s hair, skin and makeup products are vegan friendly, but make sure to check the label.
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