what are some inexpensive brands of cruelty free (not tested on animals) hair shampoo and conditioner?

i am looking for some cruelty free shampoo and conditioner that is relatively inexpensive.

thanx in advance :)

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  • 1 decade ago
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    LUSH.COM

    I go to the store in the mall, but if not you can get it online. It is a little pricey (but not too crazy!), but it's mostly vegan products for your whole body! Plus they smell good and have cool names, lol!

    I just bought this shampoo called "I love Juicy" and it's for my oily hair + it's vegan!

    Source(s): customer!:)
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    There's a brand called Live Clean, which is completely vegan and not tested on animals. It is available at Walmart, Zellers, etc. and is relatively inexpensive, and it smells great! They also have mousse, hairspray, hair gel, etc.

    (The "Green Earth" shampoo smells the best!)

    Good luck!

    :D

  • qxtxpi
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    I did some searching on PETA's website and found some links that might help you. You many want to look more on PETA's website yourself too for more information.

    I found on Suave's website this quote so you can check yourself to see if hair and bath products contain any animal product (take from http://www.suave.com/faq)

    "Any Product Containing Glycerin and / or Stearic Acid contains animal by-products. Stearic acid comes from beef tallow and Glycerin may be either synthetic or natural which is derived from beef tallow or coconut."

    Source(s): Best Bath Store--cruelty free products http://www.bestbathstore.com/ A list of companies that do not test on animals http://www.caringconsumer.com/pdfs/companiesDontTe...
  • 1 decade ago

    do the "no shampoo!!" Also, natural bar soap works amazing. If you aren't into those ideas, I believe tresemme is cruelty free.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    U can go 2 CARINGCONSUMER.COM or LEAPINGBUNNY.ORG

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