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93 Cruelty-Free Brands at Target (And Those That Test on Animals)

by Suzana Rose

Mar 2, 2021

If you shop at Target, you can bookmark this list and come back to it whenever you need. It includes cruelty-free brands at Target, but also the ones that are not cruelty-free or in the gray area. If you'd like to suggest a list for us to look into, use the form linked at the end of this post.

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About This List

By default, you will see all the brands available at target that are in our database below. This means that cruelty-free brands are displayed alongside with brands that test on animals and brands in the gray area.

Please be mindful of the symbol in front of the brand, as these tell you the cruelty-free status of each brand. A green "CF" symbol means the brand in cruelty-free, while a pink "NCF" symbol means that the brand is NOT cruelty-free. Brands in the gray area are marked by a purple "GA" symbol.

Refining The List

To filter this list and narrow it down based on category, price range, and more, tap the "refine" button at the top right of it. You're then able to select all the criteria you want. You can also narrow it down to only view the cruelty-free brands.


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Cruelty-Free Brands at Target

Suggest A Brand

Looking for a brand that you can't find here? Use this form to suggest it, and we'll do our best to add it if there's enough interest.

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Suzana Rose

Suzana Rose

I created Cruelty-Free Kitty because animal testing has no place in the 21st century. My mission is to tackle ethical issues in the beauty industry one by one and find solutions for a better future.

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