Welcome to my Cruelty-Free Makeup Brands List 2019! My cruelty-free beauty and lifestyle list has been overhauled for 2019 completely. I choose to support cruelty-free brands even if a parent is had by them company that’s not cruelty free. I think that supporting animal-friendly companies goes quite a distance toward the eventual elimination of animal testing. If a brand name is not free but decides to look cruelty free, I shall support them! I’d like brands to avoid testing on animals.
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Click Here to really get your copy from Amazon! My new cruelty-free beauty brand list is easily searchable! A letter can be chosen by you from the drop down or click the boxes to refine your search. When you start to see the green dot for vegan next to a brand, that means that the brand is either 100% vegan or has an easy to look vegan section on the website. When you see the gray dot, this means that the brand is cruelty-free but has a non-cruelty-free mother or father company.
When you start to see the pink dot, it means a brand is Leaping Bunny Certified, the gold standard for cruelty-free beauty! Click here for a summary of gray area brands and brands that test on animals. Please, Note: On June 20, 2019 Cruelty-free International announced that Estee Lauder Companies would be dealing with Leaping Bunny & Cruelty-free International to get some of its brands Leaping Bunny Certified. This does not mean that they are currently Leaping Bunny Certified or they are currently all cruelty-free. I will upgrade you while I listen to changes.
It seems the soldier included, Leo Weckstein, (believed to be still alive) only needed to radio six words – “That is Able George One. Fire” – and the tower would have been destroyed. He has since said he is convinced there probably were indeed German lookouts there, but he couldn’t see anybody moving, and – struck by the building’s beauty – he hesitated rather than making the decision. Thank you so much James, for that very kind comment.
Some of my articles do tend to end up rather much longer than was my original purpose! But my purpose was to create exclusively about ISIL never, but to create a general article about the value we place on historic architecture. And such has been having less respect for historic structures around the world, that I had to cover an awful lot to give some impression of the sheer level of the problem. Even so, the buildings included here are sadly just a tiny fraction of what’s been lost. Still, I’m glad I composed it, and glad your time and effort has been valued.
Well done Alan. A ton of research went into this essay. Just, what a shame that so many historical sites and monuments have been lost forever. It seems that the background has a genuine way of repeating itself. What is happening today in Syria and Iraq is very disturbing and the murder of Khaled al-Asaad was an obvious sign of precisely how barbaric ISIL is. I found the story of the Leaning Tower fascinating and didn’t know just how close it came to being damaged.
Wonderful job with this, you ought to be proud. That was the most interesting, complete, and time-consuming Hub I’ve read! This qualifies as more of a thesis, or graduate paper. AliciaC; Thanks for taking a glance at this, Linda. It does involve a great deal of research, but it is something I feel very interested in. And of course because of the seriousness of the topic matter, it was important to try to be as accurate as is possible when researching the given information shown. You did a huge amount of research concerning this very important topic, Alun.
Well done. The loss of human life, ancient buildings, and cultural relics are very, very unfortunate. We live in frightening times. WillStarr; Thanks. It is a hard dilemma for Western Governments to know how to respond to international tyrannies. Many understandably don’t think that our troops’ lives should be lost fighting with each other wars which ‘don’t concern us’.