This infographic is being used to help identify the different kinds of cruelty-free logos. Many people are unaware that there are different kinds of cruelty-free testing and different regulations and rules that each logo upholds. This infographic shows that one of my skills is research. There was a lot of research involved which made it a reputable infographic.

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