Around The Home

So, you’ve cleared out the fridge of all meat and dairy and vowed never to buy a pair of leather shoes ever again, but wait, what about all the other products we use around the home? The unfortunate truth is that there are numerous household products that either contain animal products or have been subjected to animal testing in one way or another.


Thankfully, as we move ever deeper into the 21st century, things are changing. There are now great alternatives to all these unethical options on the market, giving every single one of us the choice to remove cruelty-based products from our shopping carts. There is, however, still a problem…finding them!

You wouldn’t think it would be an issue, but unless the product packaging explicitly states that it’s vegan and cruelty-free you can never be 100% certain. No one wants to read the ingredient list of every single product, and if you did, it’d be highly likely that many of the names you found would leave you stumped and reaching for Google.

Double argh!!!

The good news is that we’ve done a lot of the legwork for you. We’ve got reviews of V-friendly products and brands, buyers guides, and even hints and tips to help you buy the right products for around the home. Cool, huh?

As ever, though, our list of articles is a million miles from being complete, so we want to hear from you. What would you like us to write about next? Send your ideas across to us and we’ll start researching!

Until then, here are our latest “around the home” articles for you to peruse:

Is Pu Leather Vegan And 100% Synthetic Or Not?

Going vegan means more than cutting out meat, dairy, and eggs. It means ditching all animal products, which many people forget includes clothing and upholstery materials like silk (made by silkworms), wool (sheep hair), and leather (cowhide). Once you realize that...

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