Brands: Animal Testing or Not?

December 29, 2010

I personally take a neutral stand on animal testing in general. For example, I do think that it is a positive thing in medical research in areas like finding cures for HIV or cancer. However, in makeup, I am against it because I think that if makeup can be made without being first tested on animals and also show no negative effects on us humans whatsoever, then it is not necessary.

Here is a list of brands that conduct animal testing and brands that do not. It’s just for referential purposes and general knowledge. The entire list is taken from the pixiwoo sisters. I’ve taken the liberty to list them according to alphabetical order.

Brands Definitely Not Testing on Animals

Avon

Autograph (Marks & Spencer)

Barry M

Beauté

Bobbi Brown

Bourjois

Cargo

Chanel

Clinique

Collection 2000

Dior

Dulash

E.L.F.

Elizabeth Arden

Estee Lauder

Eyeko

Illamasqua

Laura Mercier

Liz Earle

M.A.C.

Makeup Forever

Mark

Nars

N.Y.C. Color

OCC

O.P.I.

Orly

Pixi

Pop

Revlon

Sleek MakeUP

Smashbox

Stargazer

The Body Shop

Tom Ford

Too Faced

Urban Decay

Xen-Tan

Yaby

Brands Probably Testing on Animals

Armani

Benefit

Covergirl

Dolce & Gabbana

Lancome

L’Oreal

Max Factor

Maybelline

Rimmel


I hope this helps. The list of brands that probably utilise animal testing have not confirmed that they are not. Again, the entire list was obtained from the pixiwoo sisters.



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