How are animals tested on?
people put the products in their moulths and eyes
It will depend on the individual product. The two statements you are referencing are "Not tested on animals" and "For animal use". The phrase "not tested on animals" means the product was not tested for human safety on animals - it is a humane statement, not a statement of toxicity. The phrase "for animal use" means the product is intended for use on animals, but it may or may not have been tested on animals…
We are not sure. There are many ads that say "not tested on animals" or "tested on animals". We know that all make up products or anything have been tested on animals. All make up products have been tested on animals but we're not sure if they're made from animals unless you include us humans and we are technically animals since we are mammals so yes?
Bare minerals is not tested on animals. on the bottom of the make-up contanier there is a statement that says"this product is not tested on animals". alot of animal lovers are nervous about that and hesitate buying a make-up that they don't know it is tested on animals. but bare minerals has done great about keeping the animals out there safe and healthy.