Drugstore Beauty Brands That Don’t Test On Animals


Buying products that are cruelty-free and do not test on animals can make a big difference in the conduct of unnecessary animal testing. Companies that are on the “don’t test” list include those that make cosmetics, hair care-products, skin-care products, and other personal-care products. There are many reputable companies that produce a variety of beauty products that can be found in many drugstores at affordable prices. When shopping for beauty products, ensure that the company is cruelty-free to avoid contributing to this inhumane act. The following tips from https://mcessay.com/ about beauty supply companies that are cruelty-free and do not test their products on animals.

In June of 1989, Revlon announced the completion of their 14 year program to eliminate animal testing in all phases of product production. They have worked to create non-animal alternatives to test their products for safety.

For more than 20 years, Almay has not conducted any type of animal testing in all phases of their research, development, and manufacturing of their products. Almay does not condone animal testing and does not request suppliers to undergo such testing.

Burt’s Bees
Burt’s Bees does not conduct any type of animal testing for their products. They do, however, have some products that contain ingredients derived from animals. These include beeswax, milk, royal jelly, and carmine.

Avon was one of the first cosmetic companies to put an end to animal testing on June 2, 1989. They believe in selling only safe products using safe ingredients. Avon does not conduct animal testing on any of their products or raw ingredients, and does not require suppliers to do so.

Paul Mitchell
Paul Mitchell is an animal-friendly professional beauty company. In 1987, they became the first beauty company to announce the stop of conducting and endorsement of animal testing.

E.L.F. cosmetics are in partnership with PETA and participate in the Caring Consumer Project. They claim to not test on animals or endorse animal testing. In their cosmetics, E.L.F. has replaced animal derived ingredients with non-animal derived alternatives. Beeswax has been replaced with synthetic beeswax and lanolin has been replaced with Bis-Diglyceryl Polyacyladinpale-2.

White Rain
White Rain sells a wide range of hair care and styling products. These products are not and have never been tested on animals. White Rain also does not use any type of animal products in their line of hair care products.

Jane Cosmetics prides itself in having ethical manufacturing of products that feature absolutely no animal testing and are cruelty-free. They are featured on the PETA Cruelty-Free Shopping Guide.

Wet n’ Wild
Wet n’ Wild is PETA-certified and happy to announce that they have never and will never test on animals. This cruelty-free brand also makes an effort to work with cruelty-free, third-party vendors.

PETA – Cruelty-Free Shopping Guide
Choose Cruelty-Free – Companies
In Defense of Animals – Cruelty Free Companies

  • Added Mar 25, 2019

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