Kate M asked in Beauty & StyleMakeup · 1 decade ago

Which cosmetic brands test on animals?

I know L'Oreal do.


but what are they other ones?

And...which makeup brands don't test on animals but are avaliable easily like L'Oreal.

8 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    Amazing Cosmetics

    Avalon Natural Products



    Bath & Body Works

    Bobbi Brown

    The Body Shop

    Bonne Bell

    Carma Laboratories


    Clarins of Paris

    Clinique Laboratories

    Crabtree & Evelyn Cosmetics

    Crazy Rumors



    Donna Karan Beauty Company

    Duprey Cosmetics

    Earth 2 Jane

    E.L.F. Cosmetics

    Estée Lauder


    Freeman Cosmetics

    Garden Botanika

    Hard Candy

    Hello Kitty

    Jane Cosmetics

    Jason Natural Cosmetics

    Juice Beauty, Inc.

    Kate Spade Beauty

    Lady Mitchum

    La Mer

    Lander Company

    Liz Claiborne Cosmetics


    M.A.C. Cosmetics

    Manic Panic


    Mary Kay

    Merle Norman



    OPI Products


    Physicians Formula

    Powerpuff Girls


    Prestige Cosmetics

    Purity Cosmetics

    Queen Helene


    Smashbox Cosmetics

    Smith & Vandiver

    Stila Cosmetics

    Strawberry Shortcake


    Tom’s of Maine

    Too Faced Cosmetics

    Townley Cosmetics

    Ultima II

    Urban Decay

    Victoria’s Secret

    wet n wild

  • 1 decade ago

    Bourjois don't test on animals and they have quite a big range... there are some specialist brands like Beauty Without Cruelty with entirely ethical ingredients that you only really find in health food shops

    most of the time if you look on a company's website they have an ethical policy outlined which often gives details on animal testing

    I don't know what country this question's being asked from but in Britain there's a chain of shops called Lush who do loads of ethical cosmetics

    hope this helped

  • 4 years ago

    Urban Decay, is awesome a bit pricey but not tested on animals, same as too faced, any Barry M make up, and now superdrugs own brands are not tested on animals, same as co-op and M&S. UNE at boots is new and not tested on animals, I use mainly urban decay as I like the colours. Beauty without cruelty are good and cheap too mainly vegan, check them out online.

  • 1 decade ago

    Most of them do.

    I know the body shop didn't, but they might now, since the company was bought.

    Urban decay don't.

    Search for Caring Consumer, that website has a full print out list of companies that do and don't test ingredients and the final product on animals, it's really good.

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  • 1 decade ago

    The one company that I know doesn't test on animals is good ol' Urban Decay! Burt's bees and Rachel Perry don't as well, but I think both of them don't really make anything besides lipstick. Urban decay has great products though, and you can get them online or at Ulta. Arbonne International doesn't test on animals either, and has great makeup but it can be a little pricier.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    There are many brands that animal test and the list may suprise you. The first link are the all the companies that test, the second being the brands that don't. I hope they help.

    I also suggest you research Vivisection.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I think you might, possibly be better off knowing who DOESN'T! Mac doesn't and Boots' No 7 doesn't, if you get that over there... Burt's Bees and Urban Decay! I don't really know many that do though

  • 1 decade ago

    Go onto www.peta.org to find out.

    The list is very extensive, but to help you, they also give you a list of companies that DO NOT test on animals.

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