Anonymous asked in Food & DrinkVegetarian & Vegan · 9 years ago

What companies test their products on animals?

I'm becoming a vegetarian because of the animal abuse, and my friend pointed out that I'm probably using products that were tested on animals.

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  • 9 years ago
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    i got this list from a vegan blog, i expect it is quite reliable, but i do not guarantee that it is completely up to date! just thought i would offer an alternative, because i don't care for peta's attitude and try to avoid their site because of it.

    Arm & Hammer (Church & Dwight),

    Bic Corporation,

    Chesebrough-Ponds (Fabergé, Ponds, Vaseline),

    Church & Dwight (Aim, Arm & Hammer, Arrid, Brillo, Close-up, Lady’s Choice, Mentadent, Nair, Orange Glo International, Pearl Drops),

    Clairol (Aussie, Daily Defense, Herbal Essences, Infusium 23, Procter & Gamble),

    Clorox (ArmorAll, Formula 409, Fresh Step, Glad, Liquid Plumber, Pine-Sol, Soft Scrub, S.O.S., Tilex),

    Colgate-Palmolive Co. (Hills Pet Nutrition, Mennen, Palmolive, SoftSoap, Speed Stick),

    Cover Girl (Procter & Gamble),

    Dial Corporation (Dry Idea, Purex, Renuzit, Right Guard, Soft & Dri),

    Johnson & Johnson (Aveeno, Clean & Clear, Listerine, Lubriderm, Neutrogena, Rembrandt, ROC),

    Lever Bros. (Unilever),

    L’Oréal (Biotherm, Cacharel, Garnier, Giorgio Armani, Helena Rubinstein, Lancôme, Matrix Essentials, Maybelline, Ralph Lauren Fragrances, Redken, Soft Sheen, Vichy),

    Max Factor (Procter & Gamble),

    Mennen Co. (Colgate-Palmolive),

    New Dana Perfumes,

    Noxell (Procter & Gamble),

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

    Oral-B (Procter & Gamble),

    Pantene (Procter & Gamble),

    Physique (Procter & Gamble),

    Playtex Products (Banana Boat),

    Procter & Gamble Co. (Clairol, Cover Girl, Crest, Gillette, Giorgio, Iams, Max Factor, Physique, Tide),

    Reckitt Benckiser (Easy Off, Lysol, Mop & Glo, Old English, Resolve, Spray ’N Wash, Veet, Woolite),

    Richardson-Vicks (Procter & Gamble),

    Schering-Plough (Bain de Soleil, Coppertone, Dr. Scholl’s),

    S.C. Johnson (Drano, Edge, Fantastik, Glade, OFF!, Oust, Pledge, Scrubbing Bubbles, Shout, Skintimate, Windex, Ziploc),

    SoftSoap Enterprises (Colgate-Palmolive), 3

    Suave (Unilever),

    Unilever (Axe, Dove, Lever Bros., Suave, Sunsilk),

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  • 9 years ago

    Look for companies with the leaping bunny logo. This certification means neither the ingredients or final product was tested on animals. Here is their website, which lists all the certified companies.

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  • 9 years ago

    One thing you should know is that the FDA does not regulate natural or organic options for shampoos and personal care items. Some products that may advertise as natural or organic, may indeed contain dangerous chemicals. Find out by looking at the Environmental Working Group’s Skin Deep report. You can find their link here:

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  • 9 years ago

    Then you might as well not use anything because everything is tested on animals so get over it! Now If you don't mind, I'm going to go hunt me some deer!

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    The chickens used for eggs and the cows used for milk are abused horribly as well...

    Source(s): ~vegan, 5 years~
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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    look at this

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