BEAUTY AND CLEANING PRODUCTS NOT TESTED ON ANIMALS

 

Last updated June 2013

 

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SCOTLAND FOR ANIMALS - 2013 - PRODUCTS TESTED ON ANIMALS
TOILETRIES - GOOD TOILETRIES - BAD FRAGRANCE - GOOD   FRAGRANCE - BAD   CLEANING - GOOD
Abercrombie & Fitch Adidas Abercrombie & Fitch   Adidas   Aldi
Aldi Asda Agua Brava    Armani   Astonish
Almay;    Argos Aussie Arran Aromatics   Balenciaga   Co-operative
Arran Aromatics Boots Benefit   Beyonce   Ecover
Art Deco (Dita Von Teese) Boss Body Shop   Boss   Jeyes
Aveda Carex Caroline Herrera   Calvin Klein   Marks & Spencer
Bare Mineals Chanel Clinique   Celine dion   Morrisons
Barry M Charles Worthington Commes de Garcons   Cerruti   Netto
Benefit Christian Dior Crabtree & Evelyn   Chanel   Nisa
Bio-oil Christy Dolma perfume   Chloe   Suma 
Bobbi Brown Clairol Donna Karan   Chopard   Superdrug
Body Shop Clarins Estee Lauder   Christian Dior   Tesco 
Bourjois Clean and Clear Jo Malone   Christina Aguilera   Waitrose
Clinique Clearasil La Senza   Clarins   Whole Foods
Co-operative Collection 2000 L'Occitane   David Beckham    
Crabtree & Evelyn Colour B4 Lush   Davidoff  
Daniel Field Freederm Mac    Diesel  
Dermalogica Givenchy Marks & Spencer   Dior  
Dr Hauschka Hello Kitty Mary Quant   Dita Von Teese  
Estee Lauder Lancome Massimo Duti   Dolce and Gabbana  
Fudge Laura Mercier Molton Brown   Esprit  
Hard Candy L'Oreal Next   Givenchy  
Illamasqua Max Factor Nina Ricci   Gucci  
Indeed Labs eg Nanoblur Maybelline paco Rabanne   Guess  
King of Shaves Neutrogena Prada   Halle Berry  
Kingfisher toothpaste Nice & Easy Quorum (Puig)   Heidi Klum  
La Senza Nivea Sean John   Hugo  
Lip Ink No 17 Ted Baker   Jean Paul Gaultier  
Liz Earle No 7 Tom Ford   Jennifer Lopez  
L'Occitane Olay Tommy Hilfiger   Joop!  
Lush Oral B Valentino   Kate Moss  
Mac  Palmers Cocoa Butter Victorias Secret   Kylie Minogue  
Manic Panic Perfect 10 YSL   Lacoste  
Marks & Spencer Philosophy   Lady Gaga  
Mary Quant Revlon Lancome  
Molton Brown Rimmel Madonna  
Montagne Jeunesse Sally Hansen Marc Jacobs  
Morrisons own brand Sassoon Miss Sporty  
Next Scwarzkopf Nautica  
Nisa Silvikrin Nicole by OPI  
Nu Skin International Soap and Glory NYC New York Colour  
Original source St Ives Old Spice  
Origins St Tropez Pierre Cardin  
Orly nails Stargazer Playboy  
Paul Mitchell Toni and Guy Ralph Lauren  
Prada Tresemme Roberto Cavalli  
Prescriptives Trevor Sorbie Sarah Jessica Parker  
Sainsbury's own brand Umberto Giannini Stella McCartney  
Sanctuary Spa Vaseline Vera Wang  
Scottish Fine Soaps Venus Viktor & Rolf  
Smashbox Cosmetics Visibly clear Vivienne Westwood  
Stila VO5 Yves Rocher
Superdrug (own brand, 2True, GOSH, Beauty UK, Miss Sporty, Sleek) Wash & Go Katie price
Ted Baker Wella Yardley
Tesco own brand Yves Rocher
Tisserand
Toms of Maine
Too Faced
Urban Decay (vegan)
Victorias Secret
Vitesse
Waitrose own brand
Weleda
Whole Foods
YSL

 

Natox - said to be an alternative to botox

 

This is a list of cosmetic, toiletry and fragrance items that are available easily on the high street. There are continual news stories about how there is no more animal testing on such items in the EU or UK any more – it’s just not that simple sadly. We have looked at company’s statements regarding animal testing and made a judgement on whether we thought it was satisfactory to us or not.  There is a lot of conflicting information out there. Many companies’ statements are vague or misleading – some do it deliberately. Sometimes the companies are ignorant themselves. It is a minefield trying to establish what items should go on and what should be left off. You may be confused as to why we have many more items on our list than for example BUAV or PETA. Well for one we don’t exclude companies who don’t test but that are owned by a company that does test. For example Body Shop doesn’t test but it’s owned by that big nasty L’Oreal. Other approved product lists won’t include companies who sell in China for example, countries that insist on testing. We do include these companies. There are some companies on our non-approved lists who’s information was just too vague – so we’ve kept them off until they can give us more info. This is not a list of vegetarian or vegan products.

 

If you have any comments on this page please email sarah@scotlandforanimals.org  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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