The Bad List: Companies That Test On Animals
Tagged: Cruelty-Free Beauty, Shop Guides
With so many cruelty-free beauty options available these days, there is no reason to buy from companies that test on animals.
The brands in this list below DO test on animals. Their products are NOT cruelty-free.
Beware, These Companies Test On Animals:
- Bobbi Brown
- Calvin Klein
- Dolce & Gabbana
- Estee Lauder
- Giorgio Armani
- Helena Rubinstein
- Make Up For Ever
- Mary Kay
- Max Factor
- Pat McGrath
- Rimmel London
- Shu Uemura
- Sinful Colors
- Sephora (The Sephora brand itself is not cruelty-free. The Sephora store sells some other brands that are cruelty-free.)
- Tom Ford
- Tony Moly
- Yves Saint Laurent
For a list of brands that DO NOT test on animals:
See the Complete Directory Of Cruelty-Free Companies.
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