What are all the make-ups not tested on animals?

What are all the make-ups that are NOT tested on animals? I would love to use all my make-up, without knowing that what im putting on has been used on poor animals.

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    9 years ago
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    Brands who don't test: Tarte, Urban Decay, Korres, Sula, Pop Beauty, Smashbox, Stila, Too Faced, MAC, Make Up For Ever, Yaby, Bare Escentuals/Buxon, Cargo, Illamasqua, Hourglass, Lise Watier, Chanel, Dior, Bourjois, Revlon, Almay, Physicians Formula, Hard Candy, NYX, Sonia Kashuk, WetnWild, Prestige, Victorias Secret, Coastal Scents, Clinique, Estee Lauder, Prescriptives, Bobbi Brown, CoverFX, ELF, Origins, Clarins, Kat Von D, Ben Nye, Joe Blasco, Sugarpill, Graftobian, Temptu, OCC Cosmetics, Milani, Skindinavia, Jurlique, Desert Essence Alba Botanica, Lush, Organix, John Masters, Weleda, Natures Gate, Aubrey Organics, Avalon Organics, Decleor, Ahava, Bloom Cosmetics, Nubar, Zoya, Sparitual Cosmetics, The painted nail, Manic Panic, Barry M, Peacekeep causemetics, Priti nail, Rainwater botanicals, Kiss My face, Lavera, Beauty Without Cruelty, terra nauturals, Revolution Organics, Dr Haushka, Dr Bronner, Dr Murad, DermaDoctor, Jason Natural, Boscia, Yes To tomatos, Giovannis, Lamas Botanicals, Sexy Hair, Renpure, Living Nature, Soleo Organics, Lafes, David Babaii, tresumee, Palladio, Pure and Basic, Philip B, AG Hair Cosmetics, China Glaze, Misa, Finger Paints, Joe Fresh, Gosh, Seche, Karma Organic, Kevyn Aucoin, Amazing Cosmetics, Becca, Arbonne, Avon, Mary Kay, Amazon Organics, Badger Balm, Ecolips, EOS, Bonne belle, Cactus and Ivy, Chantecaille, Christopher Drummond, CrazyRumors, Dermalogica, Duchess Marden, EccoBella, Eyeko, Gabriel Cosmetics, Ere Perez, Garden Botanika, Sevi, Illuminare, Jane, Josie Maran, Kryolan, La Prairie, Laura Geller, Lorac, Laura Mercier, L'uvalla, Merle Norman, Nivea, No-Miss, Face Atelier, Nvey Eco, Ole Henriksen, Pangea Organcis, Paula Dorff, Napoleon Perdis, Pixi, Seventh Generation, Sophyto, St ives, Sue Devitt, Sugar, Sorme, Stella Mccarthney, Tarina Tarantino, The Balm, thayers, TIGI, Ulta and Sephora Brands, Vincent Longo, Zia, Zuzu Luxe, Lumiere Cosmetics, Lily Lolo, Larenim, Fyrinnae, Faerie Organic, Bella Pierre, ALima Pure, Adorned With Grace, Emani, Afterglow Cosmetics, Jane iredale, youngblood minerals, Joppa, Monave, BFTE, Everyday Minerals, Meow Cosmetics, conservatorie, pur minerals, Sheer Miracle, Sheer Cover, Signature Minerals, Silk Naturals, Pure Luxe, Herbs Of Grace, TKB, Suncat Natural Minerals, Medusa Makeup, mad minerals, la minerals, bee lucious, Earth Diva Cosmetics, Mychelle, J lynne, Micabella, Valana minerals, Lucy B, Glo Minerals, La Bella Donna, Katie b, Saphoros, Inika...

    *Benefit purchases ingredients that have been tested. The Body Shop is owned by Loreal an animal tester... Nars is owned by an animal tester as well. Shisheido and Shu Uemara test. Anna Sui tests. Givenchy tests as well as Elizabeth Arden, Lancome, Maybelline, Covergirl, Rimmel, Max Factor, Neutrogena, Sally Hansen, Coty, Opi + Essie are owned by an animal tester, Aveda tests some ingredients on animals, Vichy, Olay, Clean and Clear, Clearasil, Herbal Essences, RedKen, Pantene, Clairol, Biore, John Frieda, Jurgens, Arm and Hamer, Suave, Secret, Colgate, Clorox, Johnson and Johnson, Aziza, Dial, Juicy Couture, Unilever, Kiehls, Clear Eyes, Aussie, Veet, Nair, Crest, Dolce and Gabbana, Old Spice, Mr Clean, Hugo Boss, Gilette, Ivory, Vicks, Zest, Tampax, TOms of maine (was cruelty free, now owned by animal tester), Finesse, Sunsilk, Vidal Sassoon, Yves Rocher, Yves Saint Laurent, Dermablend, Skinceuticals, La Roche Posay, Aveeno, Matrix, Garnier, Ralph Lauren Ombrelle etc all test and refuse to stop doing so up to this point at least.*

    Source(s): Years of research. I make sure to never purchase from brands that animal test, use ingredients that have been tested, hire third parties to test or who are owned by larger companies who test. You can also check peta.org, livecrueltyfree.com, mymakeupmirror.com, leapingbunny...
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  • 3 years ago

    sure, Loreal is examined on animals yet there is makeup that don't attempt on animals alongside with MAC working example. or you could in basic terms circulate to objective or Wal-mart shops, you recognize, on the cosmetics area? i won't be able to undergo in innovations the variety call yet i understand there's a makeup variety in those kinds of shops that's organic and organic and categorised animal cruelty unfastened!

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  • 9 years ago

    Almay, Physician's Formula, and Hard Candy are the one's I know for sure do not. I don't use high end makeup, so I can't help you with those. Most drugstore makeups do, though, sadly.

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  • 9 years ago

    i know for a fact that Dinair Airbrush Makeup doesn't test on animals...i have been using their stuff for a long time and i did a lot of research on their stuff before buying it so when i read that they didn't i was sold!

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    usually on the makeup box it says "not tested on animals" but some that I know that do not test on animals are mac, revlon, almay, urban decay, benefit, too faced, physicians formula, the body shop, lush(not makeup but lip products/soap) and avoid maybelline, covergirl and loreal because they test on animals. i heard(not sure if true) but all products sold at Sephora are not tested on animals. good luck!

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