THESE COSMETIC COMPANIES SUPPORT ANIMAL TESTING! AVOID THEM!

Do you look out what kind of products you buy both for cosmetics and household? What sort of medications you consume?

Also, did you know that thousands of companies make massacre of animals in order to test their new product lines for achieving a greater income?

Of course, there are some companies which are proud to announce they ceased all animal testing off their products. One of those companies is Avon Productions. They stopped animal testing back in the 1989, and that makes them the first major company to end animal testing.

But, unfortunately, they decided to change that decision in order to provide products for countries that required additional animal testing, such as China. All for profit.

I personally believe that testing any sort of products on innocent animals is simply brutal, and I always watch out when I buy my products.

Here is a list of companies that do tests on animals:

  • Avon
  • Bobbi brown
  • Covergirl
  • Estee Lauder
  • Head & Shoulders
  • L’Oreal
  • A.C. Cosmetics
  • Mary Kay
  • Maybelline
  • Pantene
  • Revlon
  • Stila
  • TRESemme

Unfortunately, animal testing still exists because some companies just don’t want to move forward to newer methods through workshops and webinars. Many companies use these new methods, while the other argue that it’s too expensive.

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Here is a list of companies that DO NOT do tests on animals:

  • Nature’s Gate
  • PureOlogy
  • Arbonne
  • Seventh Generation
  • Almay
  • Alba
  • Botanica
  • Natura Essential
  • Planet
  • Wet N Wild

So if these companies found a way out of torturing those poor animals, why can’t others?

Therefore, inform yourself before you buy any product!

source: www.davidwolfe.com