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Yes. Most major cosmetics companies test on animals. More and more companies are not testing on animals. Among those are: Aveda, Avon Cosmetics, Clinique Makeup, Estee Lauder, and Nordstrom Cosmetics to name a few.
Yes, many companies still test on Animals for Preparing and Researching Cosmetics Products. But there are some good Peta Certified Brands, which don’t do any experiment on animals and care about animals. They sell Cruelty-Free Cosmetics and Organic Vegan Products. For example - Rude Cosmetics, Too Faced, CoverGirl.
Usually they dont, but in some cases, certain cosmetic and perfume companies do test on animals.
MAC cosmetics does not test on animals.
I don't believe so. There are many great cosmetics companies that don't test on animals. Support them and boycott the animal torturers.
As a representative for Prestige Cosmetics, I can assure you that we do not test our products on animals.
OK I don't think that M.A.X cosmetics tests on animals. I know that M.A.C cosmetics don't test on animals. MAX factor cosmetics do test on animals. Sorry for my incorrect previous answer. Hope this helps.
You can always look into the company to find out if they use organic or natural ingredients. Most organic cosmetics companies do not test their 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.
GOSH does not test on animals and they DO have the rabbit symbol on their website. Also, they are listed on the PETA list of Cruelty-Free Companies and Products.