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What shampoo is not tested on animals?


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2013-04-17 01:12:49
2013-04-17 01:12:49

All cosmetics from Asda, Superdrug and Sainsbury's in the UK contain no animal products and weren't tested on animals.

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The claims of the manufactures of the Kerastese shampoo are that the product is never tested on animals. Even though there is advertisement that says the shampoo is just a big chemical mix of products that have never been tested on animals or people for that matter

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Almost all of the major brands. The organic lines usually don't.

yes it has been proven to be fine not tested on real animals

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they are animals that have undergone an experiment like having shampoo in their eyes to see if it hurts or forced to drink pesticides to see what the effects are

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In my opinion no. i believe that animals should be treated as equals compared to humans. Some companies test shampoo on animals but why not humans? i think they believe that if something happens to the tested animal i.e. rash then they can improve the shampoo but if a human is tested then they get a rash or infection, then they coiuld get the company in trouble, but that is just my opinion

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Lots of types. Including, shampoo,cosmetics,medicene and many more. Almost if not anything is tested on an animal.

1. Shampoo 2. Conditioner 3. Baby products 4. Soap 5. Lotion 6. Etc.

probably even shampoo says they sometimes use animal testing normally lower brands

I am HIGHLY against animal testing but as all thing there are pro's and con's...... If people tested shampoo on humans and it was poisonous then that person might die. If an animal tested shampoo then that a loss, but there are LOADS of different types/breeds of animals and it wont affect the world that bad.

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