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The Body Shop Shimmer Waves Bronzer, $23

The Body Shop sources their fair trade raw ingredients from around the world. None of their products test on animals and they are all vegetarian (Beware of non vegan ingredients). The marula oil in the vegan shimmer waves bronzer is sourced from Northern Namibia and the Body Shop worked with the Eudofano Women's Co-operative in Ondangwa when sourcing it. There are five colourful shades include in the product and it can be used for both face and cheeks.

6 stylish cruelty free makeup products you should have in your arsenal

There is no reason to buy cosmetics that test their products on animals when there are so many innovative brands to choose from that are 100 per cent cruelty free. And now, it’s easier than ever to shop for cruelty free cosmetics thanks to the Leaping Bunny Program and the PETA bunny symbol.

While some companies use the words "cruelty free" and "not tested on animals" on their products, this does not guarantee them to contain only vegan ingredients. Always read labels or contact the company's website if you have questions. You can also get the "Bunny Free" app that allows you to search through a database of humane cosmetic companies, or search on the PETA website through their own comprehensive database. It's worth taking the extra time to shop for cosmetics when you can help save lives. Just look for the bunny!