Which companies test cosmetics on animals?
SOME THAT DON"T TEST ON ANIMALS ARE>>>>>>
I looked on the PETA website, and Victoria's Secret is on the does not test list :) unfortunately, a lot of cosmetics companies have just recently started animal testing again on animals (they say ... ... "unless required by law), which is probably due to the companies selling in China. Check the PETA website and see if your companies test on animals! D: See link below
They test cosmetics on animals because since the animal is less important than the actual human, and they are similarly built like us, they test cosmetics and other products on them to see if it is safe for human use. It is also cheaper to get animals and test them, than to get human beings and test products on them.
There are many different companies that do not test their products on animals such as A Perfume Organic company, 2nd Love Cosmetics company, and A Wild Soap Bar company these are just a few companies. If a person wants to find out whether or not a company test their products on animals they can usually call the company in question or go to their website.
Many companies use advertising on packaging stating that they do not test on animals as a corporate ethical statement, so the first line of acquiring the information would be to look there. Because of the ethical and moral implications companies would not advertise the fact that they do test on animals and it would be difficult to find such information in a companies literature if indeed they would even mention it. For a list of…
Let's see now... Aveda does not test on animals, EXCEPT if there's a totally new ingredient that must, by law, be tested on animals. Rather, they test on people. They also do not contract with other companies to test on animals for them. (Some companies do this--they advertise they don't test on animals but contract animal testing out.) The reality of cosmetics testing on animals: right now, there are thousands of cosmetics ingredients that have…
There are plenty of choices out there when it comes to finding a brand of hair spray that does not test on animals. However there are a lot of brands out their, so instead of attempting to list the companies that do test on animals I will tell you how you can find out about individual companies. I recommend you look into caringconsumer.com and leapingbunny.com. Both web sites allow you to search for companies that…