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40 Skincare Brands That Still Test On Animals

by Suzana Rose

Nov 5, 2019

The sad truth is that some beauty brands still test on animals in 2019. Even worse, some of these brands are the biggest and most well-known names on the market.

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If you're striving to only purchase from cruelty-free brands, you'll soon realize that finding skincare at your drugstore is a problem. Common brands like Aveeno, Neutrogena, Garnier, Olay, Simple, or L'Oreal are not cruelty-free.

Most often, brands on this list don't test on animals themselves, but they fund animal testing in mainland China. Beauty brands that choose to sell in stores in mainland China can never truly be cruelty-free until the animal testing laws fully change within the country. This means no mandatory pre-market animal testing, but also no risk of post-market animal testing.

Here's our list of 40 skincare brands that test on animals in 2019, from affordable drugstore brands to high-end. Please note that this list isn't exhaustive.

  • Algenist
  • Amway
  • Aveeno
  • Avene
  • Avon
  • Bioderma
  • Biore
  • Biotherm
  • Borghese
  • Caudalie
  • Clarins
  • Clean & Clear
  • Clinique
  • DHC
  • Dr. Brandt
  • Dr. Jart
  • Eucerin
  • Fresh
  • Garnier
  • Glamglow
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Jurlique
  • Kielh's
  • L'Occitane
  • L'Oreal
  • La Mer
  • La Roche-Posay
  • Lancome
  • Neutrogena
  • Nivea
  • Nuxe
  • Olay
  • Peter Thomas Roth
  • Ponds
  • RoC
  • Shiseido
  • Shu Uemura
  • Simple
  • Tony Moly
  • Vichy

Although it's hard to find cruelty-free skincare, it's far from impossible, especially if you're shopping online. Take a look at our list of over 51 skincare brands that are cruelty-free, and you'll find great options for every budget.

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Suzana Rose

Suzana Rose

I created Cruelty-Free Kitty because animal testing has no place in the 21st century. My mission is to tackle ethical issues in the beauty industry one by one and find solutions for a better future.

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