Critter testing in cosmetics

by Bionic Beauty on 05.Jan.2008 · 4 comments

I know some of the Bionic readers are interested in knowing which beauty and cosmetic companies Do and Do Not test on animals.

I found this resource:

I was pleasantly surprised to see how many companies are no longer testing on small n’ fuzzies! 🙂 And it never hurts to be an educated consumer.

Do any of you buy products solely on the basis that they do not test on animals?


1 Soccer Woman January 5, 2008 at 10:21 pm

Thanks!! Now I know what products to boycott.

2 Nenette January 8, 2008 at 10:34 am

Yes, I prefer not to support companies that test on animals. Thanks for this, Jami!

3 BionicBeauty January 8, 2008 at 12:13 pm

I’m glad this could help you gals out! 😀

4 Ana March 4, 2011 at 2:06 pm

I really appreciate the cruelty free link to PETA. I am always stunned that women are ok with being duped by the huge companies that test on animals (cover girl, tide, kleenex, glade, etc). I consider my pets as members of the family… and I feel that you cannot say “I love animals” and then buy products that test on them. I am so careful and have made it a mission to “do no harm” regarding my cosmetics and household products. It takes a little time, so thank you, thank you, thank you for making that available to your readers! And if you want anymore proof, check out the Kindness Ranch website in Wyoming, a haven for animals rescued from corporate laboratories.

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