give me a list of products that use animal testing?

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  • k c
    Lv 4
    8 years ago
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    Companies That Still Test on Animals (and associated brands):

    Alcon Labs

    Allergan, Inc.

    American Beauty

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    Aramis

    Arm & Hammer

    ArmorAll

    Arrid

    Aveda

    Avon

    Axe

    Aziza

    Bain de Soleil

    Ban Roll-on

    Banana Boat

    Bausch & Lomb

    Benckiser

    BenGay

    Biotherm

    Block Drug Co. Inc.

    Bobbi Brown

    Bounty

    Boyle-Midway

    Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.

    Bumble and Bumble

    Cacherel

    Cargill

    Carpet Fresh

    Carter-Wallace

    Chesebrough-Ponds

    Church & Dwight

    Clarion

    Clairol

    Clear Choice

    Clinique

    Clorox

    Commerce Drug Co.

    Consumer Value Stores

    Coppertone

    Coty

    Cover Girl

    Crest

    Daisy Fuentes

    Dana Perfumes

    Darphin

    Dawn

    Del Laboratories

    Desitin

    Dial Corporation

    Diversey

    Donna Karan

    Dove

    Dow Brands

    Drackett Products Co.

    Drano

    EcoLab

    Eli Lilly & Co.

    El Sanofi Inc.

    Elizabeth Arden

    Erno Laszlo

    Estee Lauder

    Faberge

    Fantastik

    Fendi

    Final Net

    Finesse

    First Response

    Flame Glow

    Flirt!

    Garnier

    Giorgio Armani

    Givaudan-Roure

    Glade

    Glass Plus

    Good Skin

    Grassroots

    Helena Rubinstein

    Helene Curtis Industries

    Herbal Essences

    Huggies

    ISO

    Ivory

    Jhirmack

    Jo Malone

    Johnson & Johnson

    Johnson Products Co.

    Jovan

    Kaboom

    Keri

    Kimberly-Clark Corp

    Kiton

    Kiwi Brands

    Kleenex

    La Mer

    Lab Series

    Lady's Choice

    Lancaster

    Lancome

    Lava

    Lever Brothers

    Lipton

    Listerine

    L'Oreal USA

    Lubriderm

    Lux

    Lysol

    MAC Cosmetics

    Mars (candy company)

    Mary Kay

    Matrix Essentials

    Max Factor

    Maybelline

    Mead

    Michael Kors

    Missoni

    Mop & Glo

    Nair

    Naturelle

    Neutrogena

    Neutron Industries, Inc.

    Ojon

    Olean

    Orange Glo

    Origins

    Oscar de la Renta

    OxiClean

    Pantene

    Parfums International

    Pearl Drops

    Pennex

    Pfizer, Inc.

    Pine-Sol

    Plax

    Playtex Corporation

    Pledge

    Polident

    Ponds

    Post-It

    Prescriptives

    Prestige Brands

    Prince Matchabelli

    Proctor & Gamble Co.

    Quintessence

    Raid

    Ralph Lauren Fragrances

    Reckitt Benckiser

    Redken

    Resolve

    Richardson-Vicks

    Sally Beauty Supply

    Sally Hansen

    Sanofi

    SC Johnson & Son

    Schering-Plough

    Scotch

    Scott Paper Co.

    Scrub Free

    Sean John Fragrances

    Sensodyne

    Signal

    Smashbox Cosmetics

    SmithKline Beecham

    Snobal

    SoftSheen

    S.O.S.

    Stanhome Inc.

    Sterling Drug

    Suave

    Sun Star

    Sunsilk

    TCB Naturals

    Tegrin

    3M

    Tide

    Tilex

    Tom Ford Beauty

    Tommy Hilfiger

    Trojan

    Truvia

    Unilever

    Vaseline

    Vichy

    Vidal Sassoon

    Visine

    Vivid

    Warner-Lambert

    Westwood Pharmaceuticals

    White Shoulders

    Whitehall Laboratories

    Windex

    Woolite

    LAST UPDATED ON FEBRUARY 26, 2012.

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    I have included a link below..... all you have to do is type "company name AND ANIMALS" into the search engine and if the company name or product name you entered tests on animals, there will be a list of the experiments.

    It would be much easier to tell you what is NOT tested on animals... most commercial products either have animal ingredients AND/OR have been tested on animals; shampoo, conditioner, soap, hair dye, make up products, face creams etc., dishwashing soap, clothing detergent, dryer sheets, fabric softener, household cleaners, medications, deodorant, vitamins, toothpaste, toothbrushes, "conditioning" strips on razor blades... you name it, animals die for it. :(

    There are some companies that are dedicated to avoiding animal products and testing... they are usually marked "vegan" or "cruelty free" and sometimes have a symbol that looks like a rabbit (because of the horrible things they do to rabbits). I have included some links below. I hope this helps

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  • Debra
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    there is an actual shopping guide with ALL products listed.A Shopping Guide for Cruelty Free Products In 1986 an international group of animal protection organizations that includes HSUS formed the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics (CCIC). The coalition urges cosmetics and household products manufacturers to sign on to a “Corporate Standard of Compassion for Animals” policy and agree to not conduct or commission animal tests or use any ingredient or formulation that is tested on animals. Companies portray the coalition’s “leaping bunny” logo on products as proof of their commitment. CCIC publishes a pocket-sized “cruelty-free” shopping guide [PDF] which can also be downloaded from its website;

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  • 8 years ago

    You can search for yourself here http://www.gocrueltyfree.org/shopper

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