List of companies that DO test on animals

The following list consists of companies that DO test on animals.

Its main source is PETA, and I’ve supplemented it with my own research. I’ve organized the brands by category but you’ll notice that most of these brands are owned by a few big corporations.

These corporations are L’Oreal, Estee Lauder, Procter & Gamble, Clorox, Johnson & Johnson, S.C. Johnson, Colgate-Palmolive, Reckitt Benckiser, Church & Dwight, Unilever, and Dial/Henkel. These companies all have poor ethics when it comes to animal testing, and are making no efforts to change their policies.

There are however two exceptions, the first one being Colgate-Palmolive, which have agreed to gradually change their policy. PETA currently lists Colgate-Palmolive as “working toward regulatory changes to reduce the number of animals used for testing”. This does NOT mean the company is or will be cruelty-free in the near future! It’s only a small step in the right direction, and the company still DOES test on animals at this point.

The second exception consists of a few select brands. While in most cases, brands that are owned by companies that test on animals are not cruelty-free, L’Oreal is one of the few companies to own brands that have kept their ethical stances and have remained cruelty-free under the ownership. The same goes for Burt’s Bees (now owned by Clorox but still cruelty-free) and Tom’s of Maine (Colgate-Palmolive). All the brands mentioned on this list, however, do test on animals.

Please note that this list is not exhaustive. This list only includes companies that claimed they test on animals at some point, or sell in China; there are many other companies who remained silent about their animal testing policy.

Makeup

To find brands that aren’t tested on animals, please refer to my Guide To Cruelty-Free Makeup Brands (link opens in a new window).

  • Almay
  • Artistry (Amway)
  • Avon
  • Benefit
  • Bobbi Brown
  • Borghese
  • Burberry
  • Calvin Klein
  • Chanel
  • Chapstick
  • Cle de Peau
  • Clinique
  • CoverGirl
  • Demeter
  • Dior
  • Dolce & Gabbana
  • Estee Lauder
  • Flirt
  • Giorgio Armani
  • Givenchy
  • Guerlain
  • Helena Rubinstein
  • L’Oreal
  • Lancôme
  • MAC
  • Make Up For Ever
  • Mary Kay
  • Max Factor
  • Maybelline
  • OPI
  • Pat McGrath
  • Prescriptives
  • Rimmel London
  • Revlon
  • Shiseido
  • Shu Uemura
  • Sinful Colors
  • Sephora (brand)
  • Tom Ford
  • Tony Moly
  • Yves Saint Laurent

Skincare

  • Algenist
  • Ambi
  • American Beauty
  • Aveeno
  • Avene
  • Avon
  • Bain de Soleil
  • Bioderma
  • Biotherm
  • Bliss
  • Boscia
  • Caudalie
  • Cetaphil
  • Clarins
  • Clarisonic
  • Clean & Clear
  • Clearasil
  • Coppertone
  • DDF
  • DHC
  • Dermablend
  • Dr. Brandt
  • Dr. Jart
  • EOS
  • Eucerin
  • Fresh
  • Garnier
  • Gatineau
  • Glamglow
  • Good Skin Labs
  • Grassroots
  • Jurlique
  • Kiehl’s
  • L’Occitane
  • La Mer
  • La Roche Posay
  • Lab Series for Men
  • Lubriderm
  • Mederma
  • Neutrogena
  • Nivea
  • Noxzema
  • Nu Skin International
  • Nuxe
  • Ojon
  • Olay
  • Origins
  • Oriflame
  • Osiao
  • Peter Thomas Roth
  • Piz Buin
  • Ponds
  • ROC
  • Rembrandt
  • Sephora brand
  • Simple
  • SK-II
  • Skin ID
  • St. Ives
  • Vaseline
  • Vichy
  • Walgreens
  • Yves Rocher

Hair Products

  • Alberto V05
  • Aussie
  • Bumble and Bumble
  • Clairol
  • Fekkai
  • Got2b
  • Head & Shoulders
  • Herbal Essences
  • Hoyu
  • Joico
  • John Frieda
  • Just for Men
  • Kao USA
  • Kerastase
  • Matrix Essentials
  • Mizani
  • Natural Instincts
  • Nexxus
  • Nice ‘n Easy
  • Pantene
  • Physique
  • Redken
  • Rogaine
  • Schwarzkopf
  • Sebastian Professional
  • Soft & Beautiful
  • SoftSheen
  • Suave
  • Sunsilk
  • TRESemmé
  • Vidal Sasson

Soap and Bath

  • Dial
  • Dove
  • H2O Plus
  • Irish Spring
  • Ivory
  • Johnson’s
  • Lux
  • Purpose
  • Shower to Shower
  • Softsoap
  • Wella

Fragrance

  • Acqua Di Parma
  • Aramis
  • Balenciaga
  • Bvlgari
  • Cacharel
  • Christina Aguilera Perfumes
  • Cire Trudon
  • Coach
  • Donna Karan
  • Dunhill Fragrances
  • Elizabeth Arden
  • Escada Fragrances
  • Gucci Fragrances
  • Hugo Boss
  • Jo Malone
  • Lacoste Fragrances
  • Marc Jacobs Fragrances
  • Michael Kors
  • Missoni
  • Odin
  • Ralph Lauren Fragrances
  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • Viktor & Rolf
  • Kenzo

Toothpaste & Oral Care

To find dental care brands that aren’t tested on animals, please read my post HERE (link opens in a new window).

  • Aim
  • Aquafresh
  • Close-up
  • Colgate
  • Crest
  • Listerine
  • Mentadent
  • Pearl Drops
  • Reach
  • Scope
  • Sensodyne
  • Signal

Deodorant

  • Arrid
  • Axe
  • Dry Idea
  • FDS
  • Lady Speed Stick
  • Mitchum Deodorant
  • Old Spice
  • Right Guard
  • Secret
  • Soft & Dri
  • Speed Stick
  • Teen Spirit
  • Ultrabrite

Feminine Hygene

  • Always
  • Carefree
  • Femfresh
  • o.b Tampons
  • Stayfree

Razors and Hair Removal

  • Bic Corporation
  • Braun
  • Gillette Co.
  • Nair
  • Schiek
  • Veet

Other/Personal/Household

  • 3M
  • Acuvue
  • Arm & Hammer
  • Band-Aid
  • Hill’s
  • Mead
  • Off
  • Pampers
  • Puffs
  • ReNu
  • Savlon
  • Vaseline
  • Vicks

Pet food

For more information about animal testing in the pet food industry and to find brands that aren’t tested on animals, read my post HERE (this opens in a new window).

  • Blue Buffalo
  • Iams
  • Hill’s Science Diet
  • Pedigree
  • Purina
  • Friskies
  • Natural Balance
  • Whiskas
  • Eukanuba
  • Sheba
  • Bakers Complete
  • K.Y.

Cleaning

  • Air Wick
  • Ajax
  • Armor All
  • Calgon
  • Clorox
  • Dermassage
  • Drano
  • Easy-Off
  • Ever Clean
  • Fabuloso
  • Fantastik
  • Febreze
  • Finish
  • Formula 409
  • Fresh Step
  • Glad
  • Glade
  • Green Works
  • Joy
  • Kaboom
  • Liquid Plumr
  • Lysol
  • Melaleuca
  • Mr. Clean
  • Murphy Oil Soap
  • Nature’s Source
  • Old English
  • Oomph!
  • Oust
  • OxiClean
  • Palmolive
  • Pine-Sol
  • Pledge
  • Raid
  • Renuzit
  • Resolve
  • Rid-X
  • S.O.S.
  • Scoop Away
  • Scrubbing Bubbles
  • Shout
  • Soft Scrub
  • Spray ’N Wash
  • Static Gaurd
  • Sunlight
  • Swiffer
  • Tilex
  • Windex

Laundry

  • Comfort
  • Downy
  • Purex
  • Suavitel
  • Tide
  • Woolite

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ashly
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Boo to all of these!!! Currently sourcing cleaning products cruelty free so this was really helpful thank you x

Samantha Harris
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Astonish are cruelty free and do a fantastic range

Allie
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Just use plan old vinegar, dish soap and baking soda. That’s all I use to clean my house, aside from window cleaner. Vinegar is magical and you don’t get all those toxic chemicals. My house felt a million times cleaner when i switched from expensive chemical products.

Suzi Scheler
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Amen! 🙂

Josh E Thelen
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That means you cannot buy Arm and Hammer baking soda.. wonder if off brand comes from them as well?

Paula
Guest

Dr. Bronner’s products are amazing, too. You can do just about anything with them and the company is transparent with incredible ethics.
https://shop.drbronner.com/

Aly Laughlin
Member

I love Dr. Bronner’s! Great recommendation! 🙂

Simone Brennan
Guest

Yes Astonish !! and they are cheap as chips from the 99p store and £1 shops. . . .and M&S for washing liquids, washing up liquids . . . . some people think that makes me loaded to buy such stuff at M&S . . . but when they have offers on, I stock up . . .washing up liquid is about 90p I think . . .

tracy
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Nutrimetics are cruelty free cleaning products and lasts a long time goes far. http://www.nutrimetics.com.au/tracybaker
and not only that the OLC can even clean your fruit and veg

Honey
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Try honest company

Heather D Buell
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I recommend Dr. Bronner’s magical soaps. The soap can be used for face, hair, body, hands, household cleaning, floors, and even laundry. They use natural, food grade oils that are fair trade, and sustainably sourced. They are leaping bunny certified, and on Suzi’s list. They are an ethical company that gives their employees 15% of their profits, 100% health care, they care and fight for animal care in farming practices, they are non-GMO,and come in a variety of scents that smell incredible. They make bar soaps, toothpaste, lip balm, body balm, lotions, shave cream, bar soap, household cleaner. All around… Read more »
Aly Laughlin
Member

I LOVE Dr. Bronner’s! Thank you! 🙂

Jessica
Guest

Can you explain what the bold text indicates? Also, when was this list compiled? I am trying to find as up-to-date information as possible. This list is great and I’m hoping it’s recent!! Thanks for all of your research.

Suzi Scheler
Guest

If you can order online, Personna and Preserve are fairly big brands. You might also find them (or other cruelty-free brands) at health stores.

Natasha
Guest

Thank you for this – I’m going through all of my products at the moment and it’s very sad that a lot of them in there come under this list, and I had no idea! I’ll be getting rid of them and not buying anymore until they change their policy. Are there any affordable make-up alternatives you would recommend? – Tasha

Suzi Scheler
Guest

Congrats on making the switch! 🙂 Are you looking for specific product recs? For affordable makeup, I would suggest brands like NYX, Wet’n’Wild, ELF, Hard Candy, Sonia Kashuk. Everything is a bit hit or miss though!

Natasha
Guest

No that’s brilliant advice, thanks! 🙂

Diana B
Guest

Smashbox and Gosh are cruelty free make up brands as well! But you probably already know that by now.. haha On another note, Sally Hansen doesn’t test their nail polish and other products on animals either!

Ripley
Guest

Sally Hansen should test on something given some of their products can lead to cancer

Kayla White
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Younique prides itself on being cruelty free & naturally based. Not to mention amazing! Feel free to look around at my website ♡

Marissa
Guest

Not when it’s being sold in China. Sorry to inform you of this. Younique is still to new to be added to the list. Tobe continued. .. this product will be added to the list very soon. There are ingredients in the products that are tested on animals. Younique you are not currently free.

Belinda S
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Wasn’t aware they sold in China (Hong Kong isn’t subject to animal testing on cosmetics).

Nicki
Guest

I use SoBio here in France…the products are very good and I think my skin looks good with them. Their prices are really good and I can buy them in my local supermarket

Monika Willis
Guest

So biological is made by nuxe and not cruelty free. Just bio. It’s a bit of a trap. I’m currently at monoprix trying to find something!

Monika Willis
Guest

Actually. I’m not sure. I mixed it up with bio beauté. Sorry.☺️

Cindy Church
Guest

in addition to stop using these products, we need to write the company – online and an actual letter – and explain exactly why we will not use or promote their product. Also, that we will actively let everyone know how they test on animals.

pinkphoenix1111 .
Guest

Also BH cosmetics is great

Caconetes
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I was so shocked to see here one of my main brands L’Occitane. I was even thinking in applying for working in one of their shops because I love the brand. I read on their website that they do NOT test on animals, although they do sell on China. They don’t do the testing directly AND they’ve been fighting against that testing. They got some products to be sold in China without testing and they keep working on that, so one day all their products will be cruelty free even in China. I’m in process to become an cruelty free… Read more »
Suzi Scheler
Guest

I definitely agree with you. And many smaller companies would glady join the Chinese market if they had the funds. I don’t blame the companies that are selling in China but rather the super-outdated law on animal testing there. That’s what has to change.

Beth Wilson
Guest

Same I love L’Occitane and I thought they would be free from animal testing due to the fact they are made from natural sources I was really sad to see this on here especially since they said they didn’t test on animals

Dani
Guest
Just an excuse. By selling in China, they have made a decision that their profits are more important than animals lives and rights. If you buy from them, you support this too. If they really were ethical and wanted change, they would put their money were their mouth is and refuse to sell in China; contributing towards the torture of animals UNTIL China changes its policies. Instead, they want that Chinese money and they don’t care how many bunnies, puppies and mice get tortured in the process. They are depending on people to believe their rubbish that they are ‘working… Read more »
elle
Guest

Hi Decleor shave foam gel is amazing and should be easy to get hold of.

Suzi Scheler
Guest

I think you mean “have not” made my list, right? Cetaphil is not cruelty-free. Their finished products aren’t tested on animals, but the products are made by a pharmaceutical company that tests on animals.

Ronnie
Guest

Thank you for taking the time to make these lists! I’m curious as to how Walgreens ended up on it, but not other drugstores like CVS, Rite Aid, or Target. I’m definitely going to stop buying Walgreens’ Studio 35 products, what’s the status on the others?

Suzi Scheler
Guest

CVS confirmed that their makeup brand Nuance is cruelty-free, but I have yet to hear a confirmation about their generic brand. I’m going to do some research and come up with a full post about generic store brands. Stay tuned! 🙂

alyssa
Guest

I have an app called Cruelty Cutter and I scanned the generic target brand while I was looking for a new body wash and it told me it wasn’t tested on animals, if that helps sway that brand’s case.

alyssa
Guest

Also scanned the CVS generic brand while I was there tonight. Not sure if Vegan for either generic brand, but definitely says cruelty free. The last screen shot is the up&up body wash!

Anon
Guest

Rimmel london state on their website that they are cruelty free

Suzi Scheler
Guest

Click and look at their full disclaimer! Not cruelty-free.

Meghan
Guest

I’m confused, I’m just wondering how pet food brands can justify what they’re selling without testing it on animals in order to see if it works? I’m just curious as to how this would work. I understand makeup, skincare, etc and how that’s just cruel and unusual punishment, but when it’s meant for animals how are they tested when not on animals? I’m just curious 🙂

Traxy
Guest

Fair question! With regards to IAMS, you might want to give this a read: http://www.uncaged.co.uk/iamsexpress.htm

Suzi Scheler
Guest

They have a store in Shanghai!

Tammy St Jean
Guest

NYX cosmetics dark circle eraser comes in like 3 or 4 colours from light to dark and it’s the perfect salmon coloured colour corrector.

Josephine
Guest

R u sure artistry Amway is not cruelty free? I have searched in free bunny and it doesn’t say so

Charlotte Fowler
Guest

Companies have to pay to be included in free bunny, since it’s technically a type of advertising. So they meet the standards but then have to pay to be given to a consumer. I would use the company questions or sights like these, not PETA given that they’re scum to animals.

Katariina
Guest

Peta claims Marc Jacobs Beauty is cruelty free, yet you have it in do test -list. Do they sell in China or what? Shame if they do, cause I love the Daisy Edt :/

Btw, this is a great blog, thank you! 🙂

Charlotte Fowler
Guest

from Marc Jacobs: The following statement is Neville-approved: Marc Jacobs Beauty is a cruelty-free cosmetics brand. We never test on animals or use ingredients tested on animals; nor do we ask vendors to test on our behalf. Marc Jacobs Beauty is not sold in China

Erika B
Guest

Marc Jacobs Fragrance is not CF as it is name use only and I believe it’s Coty who produces it, but Marc Beauty is supposed to be and is not sold in China.

Suzi Scheler
Guest

Sadly nope.

Julie
Guest

I’m confused about ahava, I thought they didn’t ? Did something change with them?

Anna
Guest

Dr. Jart has the cruelty free bunny pic on its products… If they do test on animals, is it legal for them to use the sign? Can we do something about them lying?

Suzi Scheler
Guest

Is it one of the 3 logos I mention in this post? Anything other than those is not regulated, so there’s nothing that can be done unfortunately.

Teddi Pappas
Guest

Good thing there are so many alternatives. Screw all the testing companies, you wom’t get a penny from me!

Sue
Guest

Hello,
Benefit does NOT test on animals. Could you tell me where you got that info from?

Suzi Scheler
Guest

Unfortunately they do. 🙁 They sell their products in mainland China, where animal testing is required by law.

Alexandra
Guest

Hi, I´ve read in Benefit’s FAQ that they do not test in animals, but many articles (including PETA wich i know is not really reliable) say they DO.. can you tell me how are you so sure they don’t test in animals?

Miawna
Guest

If they sell cosmetics in mainland China, they WILL be tested on animals, as that is the law there. Any company that sells in mainland China supports animal testing. They claim they don’t, but their exception is that they do when required by law. They sell in a county that requires it by law.

Dani
Guest

Yes, I also read that China have a post-animal testing policy? Meaning that companies can find as many loopholes as they like but the finished product may be removed from the shelves at any time and tested on animals.

I would not trust ANY company that sells in China, no matter what spin they put on it. They are not in control, the Chinese authorities are and we all know how bad their animal testing policies are

Billie Denise McGhee
Guest

So I didn’t see “Gain” under Laundry. Does that mean they’re free and clear? I see that they’re owned by Proctor & Gambel so I assume they test. Also, thank you for making this super helpful list – I trust your research!

Suzi Scheler
Guest

Hi Billie, and thanks! If they’re owned by P&G they definitely should be on this list. I’ll look into it.

Amanda Thompson
Guest

Was an answer ever found for Gain detergent? I’m looking for an affordable cruelty free option if such a thing exists in the states. Thanks!

Icequeen81
Guest

sinfull was a surprice, and benefit too, sinfull I know benefit I wanted to try out

Suzi Scheler
Guest

Unfortunately Benefit chose to sell in China, and they do test on animals there. But not otherwise. :/

Icequeen81
Guest

that is sad

Nicki
Guest

Glad to have this list…will share it to spread the word.

I was really happy to see that I don’t use anything from any of these companies…It has been a hard slog to get there and living in France sometimes it is hard to source some products which are cruelty free…but If I can’t find them I do without. Well done for this..thank you very much

Suzi Scheler
Guest

I’m happy to hear that! I imagine it’s not nearly as easy to find cruelty-free options in French pharmacies. 🙁

Lux
Guest

not true! the list id not up to date! it has Fresh as doing animal testing! the only creams I use on my face are from Fresh and I actually spent a lot of time reading the back of the label because i happen to be very allergic and sensitive to some chemicals!
Selling in China is not the same as assembling the product in US. That shipment has to comply with the Chinese governments rules from formula to package, every country has their own rules. just because its done in China, doesn’t mean its done in US as well.

Suzi Scheler
Guest

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Fresh unfortunately SELLS their products in mainland China, meaning they do have to comply with the animal testing rules.

Cindy Church
Guest

That is my younger daughter’s response. I told her to envision whatever the product being dropped or sprayed directly in the poor, immobilized animals eyes or mouth each time she enjoys using the products. Let’s say,, like Clorox or Tilex… Something to think about.

Simone Brennan
Guest
You really have to do thorough research – what one regards as an animal-friendly company may indeed have a dark side – of a non-animal-friendly parent company. . . . . If you take a step into Estee Lauder’s website, you will find a huge list of companies under their umbrella . . . . . .Decleor unfortunately has Shiseido as it’s parent company, which is when I stopped using them . . . .Liz Earle has AVON as parent company, although they maintain that they are a ‘stand alone company’ still . . . . . it’s a minefield,… Read more »
Suzi Scheler
Guest

I totally get your point, Simone. I always make sure to point out whenever a brand is owned by a company that isn’t cruelty-free. I believe everyone has to choose for themselves where they draw the line, as this issue isn’t completely black and white. 🙂

Debra Robinson
Guest

Majority of these, I would never use. The only ones that surprised me was BIC and Vaseline…Thanks really helpfl

steph
Guest

but the EU banned animal testing in any products and even ingredients coming into the EU… technicall french make up should be free of this. are you sure its updated?

Suzi Scheler
Guest

I get where you’re coming from, but the ban only applies to cosmetics. A lot of these French companies work with pharmaceutical companies that still test on animals.

Graeme Smith
Guest

L’Oreal are owned by Unilever,animal testers,wouldn’t touch them….pretty sure they make Stella McCartney’s fragrance as well,another celebrity hypocrite….

Suzi Scheler
Guest

L’Oreal and Unilever are 2 different companies though.

Martina
Guest

Nivea does NOT tests on animals simply because its cosmetic is made in Germany where as many of you might know animal testing is banned by the law

Teresa
Guest
On their website, Nivea states: “Beiersdorf, the organisation behind the NIVEA brand, does not test on animals. As a global company, all our affiliates including Australia and New Zealand, are aligned on this stance. We believe animal testing is not required to prove the safety and effectiveness of our products. In China, however, animal testing is mandated by law for the official registration and certification of the safety of certain product categories. In this case, the tests are conducted by local institutions authorised by the state not by the companies selling the product. Our goal is to convince these authorities… Read more »
Elly
Guest

I always feed my cats Iams. Not any more.

Patricia O'donnell
Guest

In this day and age never imagined so many still did this. Can’t computers do this now?

Buni
Guest

Thank you so much for this list! So disappointed in many of these brands that I thought were cruelty-free… (especially TRESemme). May I ask where you got the information that Dr. Jart tests on animals? On their site it says that they do not.

Suzi Scheler
Guest

You’re very welcome and I’m glad it’s helpful! Dr. Jart tests on animals in China, unfortunately.

Madeline Lane
Guest

Oh really? Pet food companies test on animals?? No shit Sherlock.

Mellon
Guest

Madeline…Instead of being an ignorant twat-waffle, maybe use your brain. It’s not a matter of feeding animals the food and calling it a day. Feeding trials are done in laboratories, where animals are kept unhealthy and confined in small cages. Also, said animals are brutalized for no reason. That is NOT cruelty-free, by any stretch of the imagination.

Suzi Scheler
Guest

They both still test on animals, unfortunately. Some companies will use loopholes and deceptive phrasing.

Dan Famechon
Guest

I’m in the middle of a shitfight ATM, bc I know they do & I’m sure my boss is torn but I can’t ignore it & my boss is making it sound like I’ve stores the hornets nest(I prob have!! These big companies don’t like people like me!!) I guess all I can do is stick to my guns & maybe we will lose the contract with them , but people are too conscientious these days & they will find out.

Diana B
Guest
Great list! However, I do have a question about OPI. I read that they used to test on animals a long time ago but then stopped several years ago. I also heard that they were bought by a company that DOES test on animals- but they still do NOT test their products on animals. It is the same situation with Body Shop products; the company that owns them tests on animals, but the Body Shop does not. I have switched from OPI and Loreal nail polish to Sally Hansen, and Gosh because they do not test on animals, and because… Read more »
Suzi Scheler
Guest

OPI is unfortunately sold in China to the best of my knowledge. This is why they’re not cruelty-free in my book. 🙁

Gordon Walker
Guest

I will routinely check this list before buying products, thanks for providing it.

Anne
Guest

Thanks for this list! Keep sharing and exposing their unethical and immoral businesses!

Suzi Scheler
Guest

Hey Christina, you’ve read my mind! I’m working on a list of green brands as well as a generic/store brand post. I’m hoping to get both of these published this month. 🙂

Jess Barber
Guest

If you “feel bad” why wouldn’t you change? You clearly don’t feel bad.

Dupont
Guest

Eucerin and Nivea belong to Beiersdorf they pretend they don’t test on animals, where is he truth ?

Makenna
Guest

Sooo helpful!!! Thanks for posting…at first I was just looking for makeup products but it is never bad to have too much information!

Suzi Scheler
Guest

Thanks, glad you find it helpful! 🙂

Alexandra
Guest

Shouldn’t Purina be added to the “DOES test on animals”/brands-to-avoid list? They’re owned by Proctor & Gamble which performs animal testing.

Anon
Guest

Er, Purina is not owned by P&G. Iams used to be (but isn’t anymore anyway).

Suzi Scheler
Guest

Regarding “how can you not test food on animals”, the tests are SOMETIMES done in extremely inhumane conditions where the dogs are kept in small cages, poor conditions, and die as a result.

There’s no real need to test pet food on animals though, as there are alternative methods. Some pet food companies don’t use animal testing at all.

Laura Carter
Guest

That is good information thank you. Sadly I’m not surprised about the dogs. :(. I will give my friend your reply. Have a great Sunday!

Marta
Guest

Hey Suzi! Your website is great. I wanted to learn about cruelty-free and cruelty-free shopping and you’re helping me a lot. I wanted to ask about brands like Essence, Makeup Revolution and Catrice Cosmetics. Are they cruelty-free?
Thanks 🙂

Suzi Scheler
Guest

Yes to Essence and Catrice! I’ll do my best to look into Makeup Revolution. Thanks for all your kind words, I’m so glad to help. 🙂

Charlotte Fowler
Guest

Makeup Revolution doesn’t test on Animals and don’t sell in China.

Kaila Neeley Williams
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Kaila Neeley Williams
Can someone please advise why Benefit is on this list? And on the PETA list? I looked them up because I really love their products and this is what it said. “Benefit does not test our products on animals. Since 1989, the Perfumes & Cosmetics companies of LVMH group (including Benefit Cosmetics) have not performed any tests on animals for our products – this was implemented long before the 2013 official ban set by the European Union. We are deeply committed to the elimination of animal testing. We’re playing a leading role in developing alternative methods through our support of… Read more »
Lauree
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Found this article. Apparently Benefit sell their products in China. http://fashionista.com/2013/12/benefit-cosmetics-china and this blog post on the issue as well http://www.logicalharmony.net/benefit-cosmetics-is-not-cruelty-free/#axzz3q2KIUiIo

I was also curious as they didn’t state the ole “Unless required by law” line… Very shifty work by Benefit… Such a shame.

Traxy
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Yves Rocher do not test on animals. From their website: “The brand Yves Rocher was committed early in the fight against animal testing. In 1989, the brand decided to be a pioneer in the cosmetic industry to stop animal testing for finished products, and replace them with alternative methods. Keeping this commitment: – We do not test on animals, nor our finished products or their ingredients – We support research programs on alternative methods to animal testing – We do not use raw materials of animal origin, except honey and beeswax The fight against animal suffering is and will remain… Read more »
hannah
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also,, burberry are not cruelty free, makeup brand, i didnt see it on the makeup, so maybe you should add that

i like bath and body works
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i like bath and body works
Why would they test pet food products on animals? I’m not a vegan nor a vegetarian but it’s a little sad and interesting to discover the products that do test on animals. They probably start their pet food business because they love pets and they feel that connection that I do. Oh and they decide to test animals like they don’t care. It’s also astonishing because Blue Buffalo always advertises that their dog didn’t like the chick-peas in their food, so they switched to Blue for real meat. Yes, dogs would prefer real meat then chick-peas, but we would all… Read more »
Suzi Scheler
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Shea Moisture is cruelty-free, yes!

E Ferrie
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how does blue buffalo test on animals? that’s sick.

Giuseppe Gagliardi
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Hi, I ma having serious problems with cruelty free brands, I use a retinol cream for face and one for eyes but tried Oz and Paula’s choice and my skin breaks down (today is like I have been bitten my mosquitoes)…any idea of where to start? I am a guy, cruelty free cosmetics has been the hardest thing since I turned vegan a year ago…thank you girls

Tamra Lynn Compton
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Hi. You should truly look into Murad products. They are clinical, effective, affordable and tested on people, not animals.

Jo Anna
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But they are full of nasty chemicals! Use cruelty free, organic products….much healthier!

Kristie
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Organic is also out of a lot of people’s price range because, while finding cruelty free brands can be affordable, organic is not so much. Organic is great and all, but don’t shame people who don’t go organic when it may not be in their price range.

Rachel Fitzgerald
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Hi, chemicals can seep through the skin and then get into the blood stream, be careful with what you use when washing your hair – as nasties can get into the scalp and go into your brain! No nasty chemicals – all good. I still don’t trust a lot of these companies at any rate, always need professionals in order to go through the policies which the ordinary person just cannot understand. Sick and tired of this sort of thing, can read, but not any long, arduous policies, if you know what I mean! Happy organic (Organic Certified) and cruelty… Read more »
Mellon
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Go into the brain, hey? I guess you’ve never heard of something called the skull? Or the blood brain barrier? Seriously, stop spreading misinformation. You’re only making yourself look silly.

Ronny
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Try Natural coconut oil

Lynette
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Try Radha Beauty Rosehip seed oil. It’s a natural Retinol and great moisturizer

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