27 Beauty Companies That Don’t Test On Animals (And 17 That STILL Do)

At Practically Perfect, it’s very important to us that the products we use and sell are cruelty-free, meaning that they aren’t tested on animals.┬áThe lines we carry, PCA Skin, Vinylux, Pureology, Colorescience, are never tested on animals or use any animal by-products.

We decided to do a little more digging and find other companies that share our cruelty-free vision and we also wanted to find out the companies we should avoid. Our list is a mix of some well-knowns and some not-so-well-knowns. Let’s take a look:

(Information used from PETA’s Companies That Don’t Test List. See the full list here.)

  1. 100% Pure
  2. Acquarella Polish
  3. Arbonne International
  4. Au Naturale Glow
  5. Aveda
  6. Bare Minerals
  7. Bath & Body Works (L Brands)
  8. Caswell-Massey
  9. Conscious Cosmetics
  10. Elizabeth and James Fragrances
  11. Face Atelier
  12. Garden Girl Skincare
  13. John Amico Expressive Hair Care Products
  14. Kiss My Face
  15. Leaf & Stem
  16. Manic Panic
  17. Merle Norman
  18. Milani Cosmetics
  19. Paul Mitchell Systems
  20. Physicians Formula
  21. Pour Le Monde Parfums
  22. Really Good Skincare
  23. Rusk
  24. Silky Polish
  25. Smashbox
  26. The Body Shop
  27. Tom’s of Maine

Now for the companies we should avoid (they test on animals!)

  1. Maybelline
  2. Aveeno
  3. Revlon
  4. Kiehl’s
  5. Mary Kay
  6. Avon
  7. MAC Cosmetics
  8. Head & Shoulders
  9. L’Oreal
  10. Pantene
  11. Bobbi Brown
  12. Stila
  13. Coppertone
  14. Clean & Clear
  15. Almay
  16. Caress
  17. TRESemme

Hard to believe, right?

 

We hope you will join us in celebrating the companies that have taken a cruelty-free stance!

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