Buy This, Not That: Seventh Generation Alternatives
Here at PETA, we’re heartbroken that Seventh Generation is pushing policies that will increase chemical tests on animals—not only for the animals on whom the company has turned its back but also for the compassionate people who once enjoyed the company’s wide range of cruelty-free products. While Seventh Generation doesn’t test its own products on animals, the company is pushing for chemical regulations that would result in millions of animal deaths.
Luckily for you, one of the best ways to voice your disapproval is to “vote” with your dollars and join the tens of thousands of other caring consumers who are refusing to buy Seventh Generation products until the company changes its policies. And we’ve made it easy for you—check out these companies whose products you can buy instead of Seventh Generation’s (click the links to see our specific product recommendations!):
- All-Purpose: The Good Home Co.
- Glass Cleaner: Ecover
- Disinfecting Wipes: Clean Well
- Dish Soap: Meyer’s Clean Day
- Detergent: Ecos by Earth Friendly Products
- Fabric Softener: Method
Babies and Kids
Beauty and Personal
- Liquid Hand Soap: Bronner’s Magic Soaps
- Bar Soap: LUSH
- Body Wash: Yes to …
- Facial Cleanser: Yes to …
- Tampons: Maxim
- Pads: Natracare
Many of the companies listed above offer multiple household-cleaning and personal-care products that’ll leave you with a clean home and a clear conscience.