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Here's a list of cosmetic companies that don't test on animals.

List of cosmetic companies that don't test on animals.

These Companies DON'T Test On Animals

  • Monique Nikki Almeida

    The exception part is huge... They also deal with China which requires all products to be tested on animals. Please check with #PETA & the #leapingbunny I have contacted L'Oreal

  • Monique Nikki Almeida

    My self & the truth is they still test on animals. Please let me know if you find out otherwise.

  • Victoria Weber

    La Mer, Essie, Philosophy. Sally Hansen, Stila, Origins, St. Ives, Essie, and Orly all test on animals.

  • Jana Keck

    If you want a good company that DOES NOT test on animals look up ARBONNE International. They have received the leaping bunny award because they don't test on animals and they don't do business with anyone who does.

  • Tracey Ellin

    This is wrong about half of this companies DO test on animals

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This list of cosmetic companies that don't test on animals is helpful for making more educated decisions on companies.

Beauty Companies That Do Not Test on Animals 2013 List. (Any cosmetic company that sells in China tests on animals!!!!)

list of companies that don't test on animals. If it sells in China or comes from China, it IS tested on animals.

companies that do and do not test on animals. guess which products i have access to :

  • Tiddleywink Vintage

    I know the shipping can be slow and spendy, but I'd be happy to send you things from this side of the imaginary border.

  • Poppy Fields

    the more indie companies with pretty-pretty-pretty minerals i find, the more likely i am to hit you up ;)

These companies test on animals. And did you know Olay/Ponds was the very first company to introduce testing on animals for cosmetics and skincare products?!

  • Anna Staeheli

    OMG thank you since I saw this I stopped buying all these products.

  • Anna Staeheli

    Lush is a great place to but cruelty free all natural stuff. It's the only place that works for my hair and it's all cruelty free. And it's all most all vegan and the rest is vegetarian.

  • Lotus Star

    Yes, Lush is definitely a good place to shop, but The Body Shop is now a no-no since they were bought by L'Oreal. Sad to say that the original mission of the founder of The Body Shop, died when she died, as the company board of The Body Shop cared more about profit than ethics. Unfortunately, even the employees of The Body Shop think they are working for a moral business, not realizing that the profits of TBS is now helping to fund the horror experiments of L'Oreal.

  • Anna Staeheli

    I can't believe the body shop did that.

  • Lotus Star

    Yes, it was a few years ago now, and it was act that was totally contrary to the original principles set down by the Body Shop's founder. The Body Shop still advertises that it does not test on animals, but fails to tell everyone, that their parent company, that gets all their profits, do!

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Companies that test on animals :-(

~ babies of animals in research labs are destine to experience the same fate as their parents. We, the consumer, are responsible for this abuse. As long as we support companies that test on animals they will not stop. Don't buy products from companies that test on animals, and let them know why. Check Leaping Bunny for their list of cruelty-free products. www.leapingbunny....