In a few ways. There is the Draize test, where they drip product into rabbits' eyes. There is a skin test where they put the product on animals' bare skins. They used to shave rabbits for this, but shaving a rabbit throws uncertainty into the experiment: was the irritation caused by the product or by shaving the rabbit? There are genetically engineered hairless animals they use now for this. There are lethal dose tests but they aren't done except for dyes--nothing else has a track record of killing anyone. None of these tests is necessary anymore because there's a list of ingredients you can use to make safe makeup, and the most important question (whether anyone likes wearing the makeup item) can only be answered by having people wear it.
Cosmetics that are commonly tested on animals are lipstick, mascara, and cologne. Shampoos and conditioners are also tested on animals.
no it isn't tested on animals !!
women and girls
No, Avon perfume is not tested on animals. In fact, their whole line of cosmetics is not tested on any animals.
cosmetics and chemicals
they are mostly tested on for cosmetics, but i dont know which product the product which there tested on the most.
Cosmetics are made from chemicals. Chemicals can have adverse effects on the human skin. To ensure that cosmetics will not be harmful to humans, research laboratories test these on animals first.
All cosmetics from Asda, Superdrug and Sainsbury's in the UK contain no animal products and weren't tested on animals.
Many of the animals die, are put to sleep, or tested on with something else.