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Are Bath and Body Works products tested on animals the bottle states 'Finished product is not tested on animals'?

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2012-04-21 05:52:10

"Finished product is not tested on animals" means that they did

not test their FINISHED product on animals. However, Bath and Body

Works obtains most of their products or product ingredients from

third-party companies (that is, companies that are not owned or

operated by Bath and Body Works). Bath and Body Works has NOT

received statements from these companies that they do not test the

product ingredients on animals. This is why they use the term

"finished product" - it's a way to make the reader think that they

are really saying their products do not involve animal testing at

all. If you want to be certain that animals were not involved in

the product's making, look for products that have the little bunny

that means CRUELTY FREE. These products are certified as not having

had their ingredients or finished products tested on animals and

that none of their ingredients are derived from animals. Beware of

sellers that use the caption "Cruelty Free" and state their

ingredients are not derived from animals -- that does NOT mean that

they did not test on animals; it only means that they did not take

something from the animal (oils, etc.) and use it as an

ingredient.

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"...look for products that have the little bunny that means

CRUELTY FREE."

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