I have several questions, all of them are about which products test on animals.
1) Cover has claimed to not test on animals anymore. Is this true?
2) Does Rimmel London test on animals/are they owned by a company that test on animals??
3) I have made a list of products that do and do not test on animals. would you mine taking a look and seeing if Ive made a mistake? Ive done some pretty thorough research about each one (I know, alot of time) and am planing about making a blog called something like “Drugstore vegan beauty” (The name needs work) I would hate to go around saying something like Rimmel london doesnt test on animals if they do!
Companies that do not test on animals (found at shoppers drugmart/most places in canada)
-Bonnebell (Lip Smakers)
-Natural Beauty (Im not sure about this one)
-Stila (Im not sure about this one)
Companies that *do* test on animals
-Dasani (I think they have a lipbalm, I just know shoppers list dasani in there makeup products :$
As Ive said, these are all drugstore cosmetics!!!!!!!!!!!! Ill likly be editing the poop outa this post, so please check it often! Ill comment each time I do, so is the # of comments goes up, please check!! Thanks.
(Ps im not asking you to research each one. If you know for sure I am wrong though, please please please tell me!!!!!!!!!!)
Clinique does test on animals. so does revlon (for a commenter). I just talked to someone from covergirl & she said: “We do not test beauty ingredients on animals, except in rare cases when needed to meet regulatory or safety obligations.” so I wouldn’t purchase anything from them just to be on the safe side.
Hi! I must tell you that Revlon DOES test on animals.
i found this on Peta.org
For more than two decades, Revlon portrayed itself to PETA and to millions of consumers as a company whose products were not tested on animals. During all this time, Revlon enjoyed and benefited from PETA’s support and our promotion of Revlon products to women around the world. Revlon betrayed that trust. In 2012, PETA found out that Revlon has been selling its products in China, where tests on animals are required for cosmetics. When we questioned the company about this, Revlon repeatedly refused to answer our questions about whether it has been secretly paying for tests on animals.
“The use of animals to test cosmetics or their
ingredients is now banned in the European Union.
By 2013, it will also be illegal to sell in the EU any
cosmetics tested on animals elsewhere in the
If you live in the UK, or anywhere else in the EU this is great news for you!
Google this information further however, although I have researched from a few sources!
@SkiVegChick funny story, i recently purchased some more splat, this time in purple, and it’s official. According to the box and the company’s website, Splat is a completely vegan brand, no animal testing, period and zero animal ingredients.