Organix Hair has been removed from PETA’s list of cruelty-free and added to the list of brands that DO test on animals. The brand can no longer be considered cruelty-free as it’s currently sold in mainland China, where animal testing is mandatory. Organix Hair belongs to the Vogue International group. Their hair care is sold in dozens of stores across the United States, as well as in over 42 countries. Vogue International claims not to test on animals unless required by law.

Organix Hair on PETA

 

Vogue International does not itself conduct or request others to perform animal testing in order to substantiate the safety or efficacy of any of our products or raw ingredients. Given that there are countries that require animal testing by law, we do our best to respect governing law and regulations set by that governing body while encouraging alternative methods and helping to bring about change from within. We understand that you may not agree with our decision and we respect your right to choose the best products for you.

If you’re currently using Organix hair care and you want to switch to another truly cruelty-free brand when you run out, there are so many better options! I have to say that I was never a fan of this brand because it poses as being natural and organic, when it fact their products only contain small traces of organic and natural ingredients! I was very disappointed when I read their ingredient list, and their name is completely misleading. If you’re looking for a great organic shampoo, I highly recommend John Masters Organics. They have an amazing, truly organic and natural hair care line.

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Suzana Rose
By Suzana Rose|
Suzana is the founder of Cruelty-Free Kitty. She believes in ethical businesses and wants to see a global ban on animal testing. She loves cats, debunking myths, and shoegaze music.