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No animal products, and that is a promise. None of the Ogleby ingredients have been animal tested either by Ogleby or by others on behalf of Ogleby.
Let your soap do the talking.
In order for soap to be considered soap, it must contain both lye and fat. The lye is already vegan, however the fat is often times not, as most companies acquire the fat from animal fat or tallow. Vegan soaps get their fat elsewhere, from some of nature's best oils, like coconut oil and palm oil. Both of these oils have bountiful and beautiful benefits for your skin. It is even arguable that vegan soap is not only a more humble choice, but a smarter, richer, and an overall better choice for your body.
Veganism is a growing movement.
Let's talk skincare. Vegan soaps are great for more than just the welfare of animals...
There's one truth in life, and that's that you can't be true to yourself without being true to all others.
Beauty Without Cruelty.Ogleby Vegan Soaps soaps encourage a more humane and peaceful world.
Because animal products are cheap, they are found almost everywhere in beauty products. The reason these products are so cheap is that after animals are used for their meat, the leftover parts are put through a rendering process. Some of the material produced, especially the fats, is what ends up in toiletries and cosmetics. When you are buying a product that is truly vegan, you are helping to stop the unnecessary killing of animals. You are helping the growing community of vegans to put a foot down on the way that many animals in captivity are being treated.
Choosing vegan soap is a daily demonstration of compassion for all of the creatures on Mother Nature's planet.
Veganism is a form of vegetarianism which eliminates all animal products from the diet, including dairy products and eggs. The difference between vegans and vegetarians is that while vegetarians do not eat meat, fish, or poultry, they do consume dairy products and eggs. Veganism takes things further, and also refers to the practice of abstaining from animal products in general day to day life - not just in diet. Things that vegans would not purchase would include products like glue derived from animal parts, a car with leather seats, natural hair wigs, or soap made with animal products. And this is where Ogleby steps in... promising you all of the comfort and deep cleansing that you should get from your soap, only without the harm or loss of animals.