Yes. According to PETA's Website Dove does conduct animal testing.
The current laws regarding animal testing are that the animal testing must be carefully reviewed and overseen. There are several laws regulating the use of animals for testing.
According to PETA.com Vichy does use animal testing for some of its products. And it is good to keep in mind that Vichy is owned by L'Oréal Paris, one of the biggest animal testing companies on the planet.
40 per cent of companies are still using animal testing
Yes No they do not.
Yes, many animal byproducts are used within cosmetics and animals are routinely tested upon - even if a company claims not to support animal testing, they may use research based on animal testing by other companies or be owned by a parent company who use animal testing. Proctor & Gamble are the worst for this, they not only use animal testing but have supported grossly unethical animal testing and outright torment animals - aka Huntington Life Sciences.
I think it would be the companys who animal test, people who use the product (suporters), and the people who are against animal testing.
No, because an animal is also a living thing.
most of the medicines we use on a daily basis, and most of the treatments in hospitals were created through animal testing
Some (in)famous brand names that use animal testing are: Avon, Arm & Hammer, CoverGirl, Johnson & Johnson, Revlon, and Suave.