What cosmetic companies test on animals?

I just read somewhere that my favorite perfume Ralph Lauren Rocks is a perfume that is tested on animals and I am against testing on animals for cosmetics purposes. So what are some brands that test on animals?

Update:

Sorry I deleted this same question by accident before!

Update 2:

Thanks for all the answers!!!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Allergan Inc.

    Alcon Labs

    Applewoods

    Arm & Hammer

    Astley Dye & Chemical Company

    Andrew Jegens Co.

    Aziza

    Bay House Aromatics

    Baush & Lomb

    Beauticontrol Cosmetics

    Betterware

    BioForce UK

    Bic Corp.

    Block Drug Co.

    Boots Plc

    Brodie & Stone

    Braun (Gilette Co)

    Breck

    Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. (Matrix, Clairol, Ban, Final Net, Redmond, Herbal Essences, Sea Breeze, Aussie, Keri)

    Bronnley

    Boyle-Midway

    Calvin Klein

    Carabay Seaweed

    Carlonina Herrera

    Chesebrough-Ponds (Aziza, Fabergé, Cutex, Oil of Olay, Vaseline)

    Church & Dwight (Arm & Hammer, Arrid, Lady's Choice, Nair, Pearl Drops)

    Clarion (Sea Breeze)

    Clairol Inc. (Proctor & Gamble)

    Clorox (Pine Sol)

    Colgate-Palmolive Co.

    Consumer Value Stores (house brands)

    Cosme Decorte

    Coty (Davidoff, Joop!, Jovan, Lancaster, Rimmel, Stetson)

    Color Me Beautiful

    Cover Girl (Procter & Gamble)

    Crimpers Pure

    Dana Perfumes

    Del Laboratories (Sally Hansen, Natural Glow, Naturistics, Flame Glow, Commerce Drug)

    Dial Corp. (Purex, Renuzit)

    Dome Cosmetics

    Donna Karan Beauty Company (Has anti-animal testing policy, but markets fur) DowBrands

    Dracket Products Co.

    EcoLab Inc.

    Eli Lilly & Co.

    El Sanofi Inc.

    Elizabeth Arden

    Enamelon Inc.

    Erno Laszlo

    Estée Lauder Cos.(Clinique, Origins, Jane, Origins, Donna Karan, MAC, Prescriptives, Tommy Hilfiger)

    Ettusais

    Faberge

    Fendi (Elizabeth Arden)

    Fernsoft

    Flame Glow

    Fort James

    Gallery Cosmetics

    Gehe UK

    Givaudan-Roure

    GWP Group

    Helene Curtis Industries (Finesse, Unilever, Suave)

    Henkel (Schwarzkopf, Dep)

    IAMS (DOG FOOD PRODUCT)

    Intimate Brands (Bath & Body Works tests ingredients, Veronica's Secret sells fur)

    ISO

    IPSA

    JCB Developments

    Jhirmack (Playtex)

    Jergens, Andrew Co. (Bioré)

    Johnson & Johnson (Neutrogena, Clean & Clear, Roc)

    Johnson Products Co.

    Jovan (Quintessence)

    KAO Cosmetics

    Kanobe

    Kimberly-Clark Corp. (Kleenex, Scott Paper, Huggies)

    Kinarese

    Kingsmill Cosmetics

    KMS Research Labs

    Kose

    Lamaur (Willow Lake, Colorsoft)

    L & F Products

    Lever Brothers

    Lifestyles

    Lloyds Chemists

    L'Oréal

    LPI Cosmetics

    Manetti & Roberts

    Marlene Klein Cosmetics

    Marshall Pet Products (make pet products, while selling animals to research labs!)

    Max Factor (Procter & Gamble)

    Mead

    Melaleuca Inc.

    Mennen Co. (Colgate-Palmolive)

    Micol Direct

    Miss Selfridge

    Murphy Phoenix Co. (Colgate-Palmolive)

    Nalgene

    National Trust

    Natural Eco Trading

    Nature's Sunshine Products

    Naturelle

    Neoteric Cosmetics (Alpha Hydrox)

    Neutrogena

    Neutron Industries Inc.

    Noxell (Procter & Gamble)

    Olay Co./Oil of Olay (Procter & Gamble)

    Oral-B (Gillette Co.)

    Original Additions

    Pantene (Procter & Gamble)

    Parfums Givenchy SA (Givenchy, Extravagance, Amarige)

    Parfums International (White Shoulders)

    Parker Pens (Gillette Co.)

    Pennex

    Perrigo

    Pfizer Inc.

    Playtex Products Inc. (Banana Boat, Woolite, Baby Magic)

    PPR Group/Pinault-Printemps-Redoute (GUCCI!)

    Prada Group (Fendi) Thanks PETA

    Prince Matchiabelli

    Procter & Gamble Co. (Secret, Crest, Vidal Sassoon, Tide, Cover Girl, Max Factor, Old Spice, Hugo Boss)

    Publix Super Markets

    Purex Corp.

    Quintessence

    Reckitt Benckiser (Coty, Lysol, Mop & Glo, Resolve, Spray 'N Wash, Woolite)

    Redmond Products

    Reflect.com

    Richardson-Vicks (Procter & Gamble)

    Rimmel (supplied by Unilever)

    Ronson International

    Sara Lee

    Sally Hansen (Del Laboratories)

    Schering-Plough (Coppertone, Ban de Soleil, Dr. Scholl's)

    Schick (Warner-Lambert)

    Scott Paper Co.

    Scottish Fine Soaps

    S.C. Johnson & Son (Pledge, Drano, Windex, Glade)

    Seven Seas

    Shiseido Company Ltd.

    SmithKline Beecham (AquaFresh, Contac, Tums)

    Sofina

    Softsoap Enterprises (Colgate-Palmolive)

    Sterling Drug

    Suave

    Sunshine Makers (Simple Green)

    Sun Star

    3M (Scotch, Post-It)

    Unilever (Lever Bros., Calvin Klein, Elizabeth Arden, Helene Curtis, Ben & Jerry's, Aim, Close-Up, Dove, Finesse, Salon Selectives, Pond's, Vaseline, Sure, Pepsodent, Mentadent)

    Vidal Sassoon (Procter & Gamble)

    Victoria's Secret

    Viktoria Apothekere (Phas)

    Vogue International

    Warner-Lambert (Lubriderm, Listerine, Schick)

    Wellbeing

    Westwood Pharmaceuticals

    Whitehall Laboratories

    Xynergy Health Products

    Yvonne Gray

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  • 4 years ago

    Personally, I only use Neways products - they are safe, effective, not tested on animals and friendly for the environment (product & packaging). It is great to check out what companies are not testing on animals (I support that 100%) but more importantly, I think, find out if the cosmetics and personal care items you are using are doing YOU any harm. One great website (managed by the Environmental Working Group) which gives products ratings based on various criteria for their safety can be found at:

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Every product you use has been tested on animals at some point before it went on the market.

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    ummmmmmmmm you're dumb. there's 450 alternative methods to testing products that do not include using animals, but does include paid willing human participants. idiot.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    http://home.netcom.com/~axleplus/stuff/hotstuff/co...

    Here is a long list of companies that test on animals

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  • 1 decade ago

    I dont think you realize this, but when companies do not test chemicals on animals, theyre pretty much testing it on you, lol your dumb

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