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Are Cosmetic Brands still Testing on Animals 2022?

So many animals every single year still test on animals but when is this going to stop?

Even with stricter rules on animal abuse and testing put in place, a surprising number of companies still do. Here is a list of cosmetic brands that still test on animals. Do you recognise them?

  • Aveeno

  • Benefit

  • Dior

  • Estee Lauder

  • L'Oreal

  • MAC Cosmetics

  • Maybelline

  • Neutrogena

  • Nivea

  • Olay

I don't know about you, but this is a surprising list AND it's not even all of them. So many big company names still testing on animals. So many animals not having a choice and the freedom but instead live their lives stuck in cages. These big brands get so much revenue where they can continue to be supported for these kinds of practices.

Something needs to change.

How can we make a positive change?

Easy- Stop spending your money on these brands. No products being bought= no products to be made by testing on these innocent animals. Instead try an alternative:

  • Lush

  • Stila

  • Barry M

  • Real Techniques

  • Anastasia Beverly Hills

  • The Body Shop

  • Wet N Wild

  • Tarte

  • E.L.F Cosmetics

If you are unsure whether you are about to buy from an unethical brand. Stop and double check. You may not think it's worth the effort at the time, but you may be saving the life of an animal and personally, I think that's worth it. The animals don't have a say on their future and what happens to them, but we do. We can be their voice and stop these companies from trying to hide what harm they are inflicting on these animals. It's hard for an individual voice to be heard, so let's do this together and do what we can to stop animal testing!

Animal testing is no longer necessary with the advancements of science. In vivo testing, they can identify a disease or medical condition from a procedure that is completed in the organism. The body elicits a response which determines the result of the test. This has become the most successful cruelty free testing to date so there's no excuse to still be testing on animals when there are alternatives so what are these brands excuses?


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