Yes, Live for Tomorrow is cruelty free.
Offering non-toxic plant and mineral-based cleaning products, Live for Tomorrow (LFT) can be safely used for the kitchen, bathroom, clothes, and the hands. These zero-waste cleansers stored in sustainable packaging are biodegradable, hypoallergenic, and septic safe. Plus, they’re free of fragrances, dyes, phosphate, and chlorine.
Led by Munu and Keena Hicken-Gaberria, LFT’s mission is to “create the best eco-friendly solutions for conscious consumers to protect the environment.” They do that by making sure their ingredients are earth friendly and sustainably sourced, as well as not tested on animals. They share that they have received cruelty free and vegan certifications from Leaping Bunny and Vegan.org. “‘The Leaping Bunny Logo is the only internationally recognized symbol guaranteeing that no new animal tests were used in the development of any product displaying it.’
More and more companies self-identify as ‘cruelty-free’ without the assurance of recognized certification—with LFT meeting the Leaping Bunny standard, our Live for Tomorrow products are GUARANTEED 100% free of new animal testing at ALL stages of product development.”
As for being certified vegan, they explain, “Distributed and recognized globally, the Certified Vegan Logo is a registered trademark, similar in nature to the kosher mark, for products that do not contain animal products or byproducts and that have not been tested on animals. The certified logo is easily visible to consumers interested in vegan products and helps vegans to shop without constantly consulting ingredient lists. It also helps companies recognize a growing vegan market, as well as bringing the word Vegan—and the lifestyle it represents—into the mainstream.”
Visit the LFT website to support this certified cruelty free and vegan brand. You can also discover other cruelty free brands from our blog.
Leaping Bunny: Live for Tomorrow
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