venerdì 2 novembre 2007

My shower and animal testing...

Animal tests are not necessary to save the lives of humans, would I die if I chose Weleda shampoo instead of a Procter and Gamble Shampoo? Some companies still test on animals, some don't. So all we have to do is watch out for these, read the full list at
In the photo you can see Weleda, Lavera, Argital, and Aleppo soap.
Stay away from:
Colgate-Palmolive Co.
Johnson & Johnson
Procter & Gamble (hidden under the names: Max Factor, Noxell, Cover Girl, Pantene, Crest, Gillette, Iams...)
Reckitt Benckiser (hidden under the names: Easy Off, Lysol, Mop & Glo, Old English, Resolve, Veet, Woolite...)

Please note that Revlon and Avon Cosmetics no longer test on animals after the release of investigations.

[Cosmetic testing on animals is used to gain inaccurate results to legally market potentially dangerous products, as animals re-act completely differently from chemicals than we do, faulty results can be achieved - this is why some companies prefer to use them, despite the fact they are more expensive, but they're inaccurate so when they hurt someone because they sold a dangerous product that they didn't test accurately, they don't get their ass' sued off and they can blame their research. But cosmetic animal tests have been replaced by cheaper, safer and more accurate tests that won't gain faulty results.]
Urban Vegan suggests:

6 commenti:

VeggieGirl ha detto...

thank you so much for posting the list of companies that DO test their products on animals - now I DEFINITELY know which brands to stay away from!!

urban vegan ha detto...

Thansk for raising awareness. More lists here:

and here (all-vegan companies):

tippitappi ha detto...

THANK you for your links! I've updated the post :)

Bonnie ha detto...

Thanks a lot for the helpful list and links! Lately I've been buying some products from Lush, but I'm not very familiar with other brands that are OK yet. there's some good material to look into here :)

Amy ha detto...

I remember when I first became vegetarian, about 17 years ago (wow!), almost every company tested on animals. Now, there is a wide variety of companies that do not. This is one of the great victories of the animal rights movement, I think.

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