My Make Up Collection – Going Cruelty FreeAugust 27th, 2010 by Sarah Leave a reply »
www.gocrueltyfree.org for more info on UK. Here’s my make up collection, split in to three categories, those companies who don’t test on animals, those I don’t know about or they haven’t replied to my query, and those who do test on animals and should be boycotted! I’ve been using the PETA and BUAV lists which list good companies as ones that do not test their products and ingredients on animals. There’s a big difference between that and just their products! THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT and HELPFUL COMMENTS. I’M DEFINITELY NOT AN EXPERT IN THIS AREA, MERELY INTERESTED AND WANT TO FIND OUT THE RIGHT INFORMATION. I REALLY APPRECIATE IT (SO DOES HARVEY!) **UPDATE*** The Beauty Factories cosmetics 120 pro eyeshadow pallette is tested on animals. Revlon have recently been added to my “good” list. Rimmel wrote to me saying that they do not test their products on animals – but some of the ingredients may be tested on animals… so it’s still on my naughty list! Rimmel is part of the Coty group who make most of the “celebrity” perfumes like Kylie’s. BOOTS also doesn’t test their own make up (No 7, natural collection, No 17) on animals, although their packaging gives no information. GOSH COSMETICS also wrote to me, they do not test on animals either. Elizabeth Arden telephoned me to tell me that they do not test their products or ingredients on animals. WHY DO THESE COMPANIES NOT PUT THIS INFO ON THEIR WEBSITES???? WE NEED TO KNOW! Thank you to everyone who has left a comment …
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