many kinds of cosmetics
what the people are doing to the animals is wrong and they should put a stop to it right away i am doing a speech about it at school in English and i just hate the people who do this its cruelty to animals
No Lip Smacker does not test their products on animals.
Yes, Benefit makeup tests their products on animals. It does not say anywhere on their site or their products that they do not test on animals. When they do not state this, then that means that they test their products on animals. This rule can be used for other brands as well.
We should not because animals don't have the same rights as we do which is not right. They wouldn't test things on people so why test them on animals. We could be killing off lots of animals. So, the answer is no, we should not test ant kind of products on animals.
no vo5 does not test its products on animals
No, BH Cosmetics does not test their products on animals. This company also does not purchase products from any suppliers who test on animals.
Yes: According to Peta (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), Colgate-Palmolive does test their products on animals.
Schwartzkopf do not test their final products on animals, but their suppliers may, or may not, test their ingredients on animals.
A good source for finding out what companies test their products on animals are caringconsumer.com and leapingbunny.org. This way you can look for the brands of specific products that do not test on animals.
Kerastase line of hair products does not test on animals. They have not tested on animals since 1989. Kerastase is part of L'Oreal.
Fortunately they do not test on animals :D but... their parent company Johnson & Johnson do test on animals
No L'oreal does not test its products on animals.
nope, they don't use animal products or test on animals.
As a representative for Prestige Cosmetics, I can assure you that we do not test our products on animals.
mostly shampoo and hair products
yes, they do.
The current law on animal testing in Canada is that people are not allowed to test animals on cosmetic products, but are allowed to test medicine on the animals!
As far as my research has led me, Neutrogena does not test on animals. However, their parent company, Johnson & Johnson, does test on animals.
Hanae Mori Parfums does not test its products on animals, ever.
it is not moraly right to test on animals. animals are killed by the products sometimes. that is not right. they use rats mice bunnies fish dogs and chimpanzees
According to the frequently asked questions on the Serious Skin Care website, their answer to this question is they do not test their products on animals.
It may be necessary in some cases, to see the possible effects with medicines and drugs. Testing beauty products is another matter. Some agree with it others do not.Another answer (NOT mine):No! People just don't want to harm humans so they test on animals. They think they have to test beauty and medical products on animals, so they just do it. There are better ways to test products than testing on animals but they don't want to spend a lot of money testing on anything else.
According to the PETA caring consumer guide Suave does in fact test their products on animals. I the PETA caring consumer web site if you ever have further questions about what companies test their products on animals and what ones don't. The web is caringconsumer.com.
mostly hair products, body products, and skin medicine
Nope. Softlips PURE does not test on animals or contain any animal by-products :)