Website Confirmations

Here I have included the brand, their statement about animal testing that is found on their site, and the link to the page where the information is located.

Acure Organics

Each of our products is free from animal testing, parabens, sulfates, phthalates, synthetic fragrances, harmful preservatives and artificial colors.


Aesop does not test on animals. All new products are tested for safety during our product development process using cumulative irritancy testing on human volunteers.

Before our products are released to the public, formulations are also assessed for safety by a qualified external agency, either a chemist or toxicologist. These agencies do not test on animals.

Afterglow Cosmetics

  • Vegan and vegetarian friendly
  • 100% cruelty free

AG Hair Cosmetics

We don’t use paba, parabens, DEA or test on animals

Agape & Zoe Naturals

Cruelty-free badge on homepage


All AHAVA Rebornproducts are:


Alba Botanica

We share your concern that animals not be used to test cosmetics, toiletries and household products. We do not test our products or ingredients on animals, nor do we ask others to do so for us. Furthermore, we require that all our ingredient suppliers meet the same criteria of no animal testing.


You’ll be pleased to know in Anatomicals land, rabbits run free, guinea pigs rule and the only testing the mice do is Brain Training (purely for their own entertainment we might add). In fact, one of the mice has a higher IQ than Einstein had. our ingredients are all free from animal testing – we think fluffy bunnies are cute enough without Anatomicals products or ingredients. It’s just us humans that need a bit of help sometimes! all of our formulas are also paraben free.

Andrea Garland

You can be sure that all ingredients are natural, sourced from ethical suppliers and as many as possible are organic to ensure a more considerate, holistic and gentle approach to skincare. Absolutely none of the ingredients, or indeed, the products have been tested on animals.

Annemarie Borlind

No Annemarie Börlind of Germany products are ever tested on animals.


Our products are without:

We avoid using artificial, toxic ingredients that pose harmful effects to your health and the environment:

  • Parabens, MIT, BHT
  • Petrochemicals (Mineral & Paraffin Oils)
  • Synthetic Perfumes (Phtalates , PCM)
  • Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)
  • Animal Derivatives (excluding bees)
  • Animal Testing
  • Radiation
  • Silicones
  • Propylene Glycol
  • Synthetic Colors

Arcadia Brands

Arcadia Group branded cosmetics, and their ingredients, must not be tested on animals.

Archipelago Botanicals

We do not believe in animal testing. Accordingly, all Archipelago products are formulated using ingredients that are known to be safe, effective and reliable – but that were developed free from the need for laboratory tests on live animals.

Armour Beauty

Armour’s moisturizing formula is long wearing, cruelty free and environmentally friendly, with a beautiful range of colors.

Aubrey Organics

A dedicated animal rights activist, Aubrey was strongly committed to operating a cruelty-free company, a commitment that continues at our company to this day. In 1990 he was named “Activist of the Year” by the Culture and Animals Foundation for his work against animal testing.


All Aveda products are people-tested.

The Aveda Corporation is committed to the elimination of animal testing. We are equally committed to consumer health and safety, and bringing to market products that comply with applicable regulations in every country in which our products are sold.

We do not conduct animal testing on our products or ingredients, nor ask others to test on our behalf, except when required by law. We evaluate our finished products in clinical tests on volunteer panels.

The Aveda Corporation fully supports the development and global acceptance of non-animal testing alternatives. To this end, Aveda works extensively with the industry at large and the global scientific community to research and fund these alternatives.

The Balm

Called “cruelty-free” in banner at bottom of page.


Are Ban® products tested on animals?



Please feel at ease when using Bare Escentuals and mdformulations products as we do not test any products on animals. We also do not work with any manufacturers that do animal testing.

Barry M

Barry M Cosmetics have never tested their finished products or ingredients on animals or engaged another company to do so on our behalf.

Bath and Body Works

“We believe all living creatures deserve respect and would never think of testing any of our products on animals. Likewise, we don’t ask anyone who may be helping us develop or make our products to conduct these kinds of tests on our behalf.”

Bdellium Tools

“All of Bdellium Tools natural hair bristles are either Pony or Goat hair. We DO NOT use any exotic animal’s fibers (sable, squirrel, weasel, badger, etc). NO ANIMAL CRUELTY is involved in the production of any of our tools.”

Beautiful Curls by Alaffia

Statement on packaging.

Becca Cosmetics

BECCA condemns the testing of any cosmetic products, or any cosmetic ingredients, on animals. BECCA actively participates in collaborative research to prove that other methods are in fact more relevant and reliable. BECCA test its products comprehensively in human clinical trials. All trials are conducted on paid volunteers and neither BECCA, nor any company contracted to BECCA, conducts tests on animals.


No, of course not. All BeYu cosmetic products comply with the strict requirements of the European Cosmetics Order, which include a ban on animal testing.

Biggs and Featherbelle

Cruelty-free badge displayed on FAQ’s page

Billy Jealousy

All of our products have been PETA-approved.


Badge on site, bottom of navigation bar on left side.

The Body Shop

Every one of our products is animal cruelty free and vegetarian. In fact we were the first international cosmetics brand to be recognized under the Humane Cosmetics Standard for our Against Animal Testing policy.


We do not conduct any testing of ingredients or products on animals. In addition, our products do not contain any animal ingredients.


No, our products are not tested on animals.

Brooklan Tree

At Brooklan Tree we are dedicated to creating every products without animal ingredients or testing,
We are proud to have accreditation with Choose Cruelty Free and PETA


  • – No sulfates (harsh cleansers) of any kind
  • – No parabens (preservatives that mimic estrogen and create increased risk of cancer)
  • – No phthalates (endocrine disruptors) in the formula
  • – No silicones (smothers hair/traps dirt)
  • – No harsh preservatives (only food-grade)
  • – No added colors/dyes
  • – No synthetic fragrances (our scent is naturally extracted from plant sources)
  • – PETA Certified Vegan and Cruelty-Free
  • – ph-Balanced for all hair types
  • – Gentle enough for colored hair

Brown Bag Botanicals

Brown Bag Botanicals is more than just a product; it’s a culture. Our culture embraces beauty as a way of life and is a reflection of the self. It nurtures the body and allows you to express your radiance from the inside out with products that are sustainable, cruelty free, non-toxic and results Oriented. And all our products are domestically manufactured in an FDA approved, Certified Organic Laboratory.

Burt’s Bees

Burt’s Bees does NOT conduct product or ingredient tests of any kind on animals. A few of our products contain ingredients derived from animals such as beeswax, royal jelly, milk and carmine.


We use verified laboratory tests and do not test on animals.


We’d never even think of testing on our animal friends like Violet and Sophie [dogs owned by Paul Woebling, President of the family-run business Carmex]. Why would we when we have so many Woelbing family members to use as test subjects? It’s got to be good enough for our lips before it ever gets to yours. Of course, all Carmex products undergo thorough chemical analysis and testing before they ever leave our facility.

Carol’s Daughter

We do not test on animals or have animal by-products as ingredients.


We do not carry out or commission any testing on animals for the manufacturing of our products.

Cattier Paris

Furthermore, to protect nature and the animal world, all pollutant or non-biodegradable substances are forbidden and no products are tested on animals.


Ciate is a 5 FREE brand completely free of formaldehyde, toluene and DBP (dibutyl phthalate), formaldehyde resin, camphor and is even cruelty free (never tested on animals).

Cheeky Cosmetics

Our products are completely vegan. We do not use any ingredients derived from animals, and we do not test any of our products on animals. We are certified vegan and cruelty-free by PETA. Even our brushes are cruelty-free!

Coastal Scents

Badge on homepage (scroll down to bottom).

Coco Allure Nail Polish

My polishes are 3 free and cruelty free. I am not a pet free home. I’m an animal lover (or more of an adorer) to my core, and I always try to use cruelty free products in my own life as well.

Collection 2000

LF Beauty (UK) Ltd, or any third party acting on our behalf, has never conducted any animal testing on any LF Beauty brand products.

LF Beauty (UK) Ltd, or any third party acting on our behalf, will not in the future conduct animal tests on any LF Beauty brand products.

The product Safety Assessment we perform on all products we manufacture includes all relevant data (including human data) and does not require that we conduct or have conducted on our behalf, any animal tests on LF Beauty brand products.


We are proud to say that none of our products are tested on Animals.

Conscious Skincare
Our products and ingredients are not tested on animals, but are approved by a Cosmetic Chemist to meet with current EC Directive Cosmetic Products (Safety) Regulations. We also only select suppliers who practice the same high, ethical standards that we do.

Coty Inc.

“Coty voluntarily ceased testing finished cosmetic products on animals in 1991, long before the official European ban on such testing in 2004. Coty has been actively involved for many years in the research and development of alternatives to animal testing.

Before we place a product on the market, we assess it thoroughly to ensure that it is safe for human use and for the environment, and that it is compliant with all applicable laws, rules and regulations. We do not perform, nor do we ever commission any third parties on our behalf to perform animal testing on our products or ingredients. Our safety assessment of cosmetic ingredients is based on the use of recognized alternatives to animal testing, the use of existing safety data and, increasingly, the sharing of such data from and with other industries.

We continue to strive for the development and acceptance of additional reliable non-animal testing methods and will continue to vigorously support the research, implementation and improvement of alternatives to animal testing, especially for those more complex tests for which no alternative methods have been established. For this purpose we actively participate in research programs in Europe and the USA by dedicating funding, time, resources and scientific expertise. The common goal of all these efforts is to completely eliminate animal testing.”

Cover FX

Cover FX products are not tested on animals. Cover FX is PETA approved.

Daniel Sandler

Daniel’s products are not tested on animals, but some do contain animals products such as milk, honey and bees wax, the company and our manufacturers adhere to the EU Cosmetic regulations.

All our products manufactured in the UK and EU strictly adhere to the REGULATION (EC) No 1223/2009 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 30 November 2009 on cosmetic products.

We have no China based suppliers.

Some of our brushes do contain animal hair.


To my knowledge my ingredients are not tested on animals. I have verified this with my suppliers. I find that practice DETESTABLE and if aware will not use their products.


DAVEXLABS products are free of all animal by-products and are never tested on animals.,3.html

Deborah Lippman

Stated in header.


derma e® does not test, and has never tested on animals, and derma e® skincare formulas do not contain animal by-products of any kind. As such, the entire derma e® line of products is vegan and cruelty-free. You will find a cruelty-free symbol on all of our boxes and labels.

Dr. Dennis Gross

PETA appreciates and recognizes Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare’s™ commitment to remaining cruelty-free. As proud member’s of PETA’s Caring Consumer Project, we assure our customers that animal tests are neither conducted nor commissioned for our products, formulations, or ingredients. Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare™ proudly is, and always will be, an animal-loving company.

Dr. Hauschka

Dr. Hauschka Skin Care opposes animal testing. We neither perform nor commission animal testing of our products or ingredients. Compliance with the European ban on animal testing of cosmetics and cosmetic ingredients is verified during certification of our products as Natural and/or Organic Cosmetics according to the BDIH and/or NATRUE standards.


No animal testing on raw materiel or finished goods.

DuWop Cosmetics

No lab bunnies here. We do all our product testing on actors, not animals.


Our cosmetic brushes are beautiful and show respect for the earth. They are 100% cruelty-free, have incredibly soft bristles made of synthetic taklon and have handles made of bamboo and recycled aluminum ferrules.

Eddie Funkhouser

Yes, all of our products are cruelty-free and we do not test on animals

Egyptian Magic

We do not, and never have, tested on animals. We are a proud PETA partner.

ELF Cosmetics

We do NOT test on animals or endorse such practices. Our products do not contain animal derived ingredients. Beeswax has been replaced by synthetic beeswax and lanolin has been replaced by Bis-Diglyceryl Polyacyladinpale-2. We currently support HSUS and are partners with PETA in the Caring Consumer Project.

Elemental Herbology

No-We are against animal testing. Our products are not tested on animals and we are 100% committed to using ingredients and raw products that have also not been tested on animals.

Elixir Lacquers

As always, all Elixir Lacquer polishes are The Big 3 Free and cruelty free!!

The Elixery

The Elixery is a vegan and cruelty free company. We do not conduct or commission animal testing of any ingredient or finished product, either directly or indirectly. We hold our suppliers to strict standards, requiring certification that each ingredient we use in the manufacture of our products is free of both animal testing and animal-derived raw materials


Not only are they long-lasting, chip-resistant, and quick-drying, all Ella+Mila polishes are also 100% vegan, never tested on innocent animals, certified by PeTA, made in the USA and most importantly “5-Free”.


Stance listed numerous times all over site.

Emma Jean Cosmetics

Emma Jean™ Cosmetics provides Quality, Vegan, Cruelty-Free, Scented Nail Polish.

Enchanted Polish

  • Enchanted Polish: Unique, high quality nail lacquer
  • Made from 3-Free nail lacquer base, pigments, glitters, and micas
  • Not tested on Animals


Our passion is the creation of the highest quality products that are natural, gentle, effective and free from animal testing. Every product we create is carefully crafted to meet the needs of our clients and their guests. Nothing is left to chance; every detail is considered.

Erno Laszlo

Erno Laszlo is against animal testing on cosmetic products and ingredients. Erno Laszlo does not use animals to test its products and does not have animal testing conducted on its behalf by anyone else.

Erno Laszlo conducts its own state-of-the-art, independent tests on human volunteers to ensure that our products and ingredients are safe and worthy of your trust. You have our assurance that all Erno Laszlo products are thoroughly tested for safety and have passed very stringent requirements.

Essence Cosmetics

“We can assure you that Cosnova neither conducts testing on animals, nor commissions it to any third parties – not in Germany or anywhere else in the world. We strongly disapprove of testing on animals for cosmetics products.”

Estee Lauder

The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. is committed to the elimination of animal testing. We are equally committed to consumer health and safety, and bringing to market products that comply with applicable regulations in every country in which our products are sold.

We do not conduct animal testing on our products or ingredients, nor ask others to test on our behalf, except when required by law. We evaluate our finished products in clinical tests on volunteer panels.

Estée Lauder fully supports the development and global acceptance of non-animal testing alternatives. To this end, the Company works extensively with the industry at large and the global scientific community to research and fund these alternatives.

Everyday Shea

Paraben free

No synthetic fragrances

No animal testing

Community Empowerment


We are against animal testing.

FACE Atelier

FACE atelier is against animal testing.  Period.

FACE atelier has received official approval of its animal testing policies from PETA and is listed on its Caring Consumer website. In adherence to PETA principles, FACE atelier products have not been tested on animals. We do not buy ingredients from vendors who test on animals, nor do our vendors buy from manufacturers who test on animals.

But with or without PETA, we wouldn’t test on animals.  At FACE atelier, we want to sleep at night.!OpenForm&sec=aboutface#peta

Face of Australia

We are proud to say that we are Australian made and owned and 100% against animal testing.

Femme Fatale Cosmetics

We do not purchase ingredients from suppliers who are known to test on animals. As we’re a small independent business we do not have the financial resources to test our products on animals, and in addition to that we don’t require nor actually want to test our products on animals.

Our products are tested by willing human subjects (aka friends and myself!)

First Aid Beauty

FAB has never tested on animals and never will, period.

Flower Beauty

All products are proudly made in the USA and are never tested on animals.

Freedom Makeup

Do you test on animals?

No we do not test on animals.

Gabriel Cosmetics

When purchasing Gabriel Cosmetics, Gabriel Skincare, Zuzu Luxe and Clean Kids Naturally you are choosing cruelty-free products. Gabriel products are made from 100% natural ingredients. No synthetic chemicals or animal by-products are utilized, and no testing is ever done on animals.
Thank you for being a caring consumer!

Giovanni Cosmetics

No, we have never tested our products on animals.


GoClear strives to be an environmentally and culturally aware company. Other than those willing humans involved in clinical trials, GoClear does not test its products on animals.

Gosh Cosmetics

GOSH Cosmetics does not use animals to test any of our products or ingredients. Neither do we commission others to perform animal tests. Moreover it is prohibited by European law to test cosmetic products or ingredients on animals.

Green & Spring

No, we do not test our products, nor the ingredients within them, on animals.


H2O Plus® does not believe in animal testing. We do not and never will use animals to test our products. In addition to respecting the safety and humanity of animals, we are advocates of the environment and always encourage recycling.

HARE Polish

HARE polish was born in May 2011 from Nikole’s passion for color, texture & propensity for the unconventional. HARE polish is hand made and cruelty free!

Harvey Prince

All of our products are made with love, quality, & you in mind.

– Crafted locally in the USA, using the finest essential & natural oils from around the world.

– 100% Cruelty Free.

– Absolutely no animal testing, phthalates, parabens, sulfates, benzene, GMOs, or triclosan.

I Love… Cosmetics

In Sept 2004 a complete ban on testing on animals of finished products was imposed by EU legislation.

In the UK, animal testing on both individual ingredients and finished products has not actually taken place since 1998!

All our suppliers do not test any finished product on animals and strive to use ingredients which have never been tested on animals.

We do not use any animal derived ingredients, with the exception of materials such as Honey, Royal Jelly, Beeswax etc which are obviously produced without harming the animals.

Illuminaire Comsetics

Do you test your products on animals?
No. Nor do we use any animal derived ingredients.

IMAN Cosmetics

We do not test our products on animals, nor do we ask others to conduct animal testing on our behalf.


As a Whole Foods exclusive brand, you can trust that we are committed to the highest quality ingredients and preserving the planet as a vegan, cruelty free, recyclable, sustainable, and US made line.


Our products are certified organic, vegan, halal, and cruelty-free for added peace of mind.


With first class ingredients that are fragrance free and clinically tested (not animal tested), IsaDora is also suitable for sensitive eyes and sensitive skin.

IT Cosmetics

We have never and will never test any of our products on animals. We care certified by PETA as a Cruelty Free Company.

It’s a 10 Haircare

We are a proud supporter of the Leaping Bunny Program and encourage all our customers and clients to shop cruelty-free. By shopping cruelty-free, you are supporting companies that do not test on animals throughout any phase of product development, including ingredient testing. Learn more about the coalition against animal testing and the Leaping Bunny program.

J.R. Watkins

J.R. Watkins Naturals does not conduct or commission any animal testing in the safety assessments of our ingredients, formulations, finished products or any new product formulations.

Jack Black

Jack Black has a cruelty-free philosophy, no animals are harmed in the development, testing or manufacturing of Jack Black products. For the most part, our products do not incorporate any animal derived ingredients. The only exceptions are the limited use of Beeswax, Lanolin and Silk Amino acids. Jack Black does not engage in animal testing, nor do we ask outside parties to do animal testing on our behalf.

Jane Iredale

jane iredale products are certified cruelty-free by PETA.

Jane Cosmetics

Jane Cosmetics is on the PETA’s cruelty free shopping guide and none of the products or ingredients have been tested on animals. Jane adheres to a very strict no animal testing policy.


In adherence to our company standards, Jergens® Naturals® moisturizers were never tested on animals.

Joan Collins Beauty

Are the products animal-testing-free?

Yes this applies to all products.

How and where are the products manufactured?

The cosmetics are made in Italy at a long established producer of luxury cosmetics Skin Care and fragrance are made in our own factory in the UK

Josie Maran

Badge at bottom of page, right-hand side.

JUARA Skincare

JUARA does not test on animals…we love them too much to test on them. We’re certified with PETA and in the process with Leaping Bunny. We believe in using ingredients that are recognized as safe, and then we test on humans (after dermatologist testing!)

Juice Beauty

Juice Beauty conducts no animal testing.

Kate Sommerville

But that’s not the only reason that the most photographed faces in Hollywood trust their skin to Kate. It’s also because Kate Somerville products are:

  • Made using the highest quality ingredients on the market with proven efficacy
  • Clinically tested and proven in the elite Kate Somerville Skin Health Experts Clinic
  • Formulated with a unique blend of scientifically advanced actives, nourishing botanicals & natural fruit enzymes
  • Prestigious award winners, such as Allure’s “Best Of Beauty,”
  • Never tested on animals
  • Made in the USA


At Kenra, we are committed to maintaining responsible business practices. Not only do we promise that our products are effective, healthy and consistent, we do not test our products on animals.

The Konjac Sponge Company

All of our product ingredients are mineral and botanical, there are no animal oils or fats, no alcohol, and no synthetic fragrances. Our range of skin care products are non animal tested.



The outstanding compatibility of each KRYOLAN product has been verified before marketing by voluntary dermatological tests on a clinical basis.

In its more than 66 years of experience KRYOLAN never carried out any animal tests.


Yes! The extraction of lanolin is completely vegetarian-friendly. Lanolin is no more cruel to animals than drinking milk, using beeswax, eating honey or even wearing wool. Additionally, Lanolips is not tested on animals, it’s tested on Kirsten.

Laura Geller Makeup

Laura Geller Makeup is not tested on animals. Our company is cruelty-free.

Laura Mercier

We do not, nor have we ever, tested our products on animals. We also do not contract outside companies to test on animals for us.

Lavanila Laboratories

We do not use ingredients that were tested on animals nor do we test our finished products on animals.


Lavera does not perform any animal testing – Lavera products are tested on human volunteers under dermatologist supervision.

There are a few societies that certify products are cruelty free. The BDIH is the organization that certifies Lavera products to be both Natural and Cruelty free. Its requirements for certification include the following:

  • No animal testing may be performed or commissioned when end products are manufactured, developed or tested.
  • Raw materials that were not available on the market before 01.01.1998 may only be used if they have not been tested on animals. This does not include animal testing performed by third parties who neither were ordered/prompted by the ordering party to do so nor are associated to the ordering party by company law or by contract.
  • It is prohibited to use raw materials obtained from dead vertebrates (e.g. spermaceti, terrapin oil, mink oil, marmot fat, animal fats, animal collagen or living cells).

Le Labo

We have good news: Le Labo is vegan and cruelty-free. It means that none of our scents uses animal products nor products that are not animal cruelty free. Our entire collection is not tested on animals either. We are proud to be living proof that there is no need to torture animals to compose high-quality and creative perfumes. Beauty is even more beautiful when no one has to suffer in order to make it !

Lee Stafford

The Quantum Beauty Company does not initiate animal tests on finished products or ingredients either directly or indirectly. All ingredients used are carefully monitored and suppliers are asked to provide written evidence of the date they were last tested.

The recently adopted EU Cosmetics Directive confirmed the ban on the animal testing of ingredients used in cosmetic products with a cut off date of 11th March 2009. After this date ingredients used in cosmetic products must not be tested on animals. It is a requirement of new product development that only ingredients that comply with this testing ban are used in our products.

It is in fact the case that the majority of ingredients have never been tested on animals or for those that have been tested on animals this was done prior to 1990 to ensure product safety parameters.

The Quantum Beauty Company is against the suffering endured by animals when ingredients and products are tested. We support organisations who are developing alternative methods of testing which satisfy the legal requirements, without using animals.

The finished product is never tested on animals.

Lime Crime

No. We love animals and would never allow for animal testing.

Lipstick Queen

We do not test on animals and use no animal derived ingredients other than Beeswax. No bees are harmed in getting the wax.

Lise Watier

Thank you for your interest in Lise Watier Cosmétiques and for taking the time to express your preoccupations with regards to animal testing and animal derived products. We wish to reassure you, Lise Watier products are not tested on animals, nor do we have animal testing conducted on our behalf. We are committed to selling only safe products, using only safe ingredients in our cosmetic products and complying with applicable regulations in every country in which Lise Watier products are sold. Lise Watier ensures product safety through testing using “in vitro” or “self-testing” methods on human volunteers. On occasion, the cosmetics industry uses raw materials of animal origin in the creation of certain products. Animal ingredients are used strictly when their efficacy cannot be duplicated by any other source of ingredients. The development of all Lise Watier products is carried out with the goal of offering innovative, high-quality products to our clientele, while insuring the security of their use.

Little Owl Soap

Badge in footer

Liz Earle

We never do it.


LORAC does not conduct, condone, nor endorse testing on animals.


We believe in buying ingredients only from companies that do not commission tests on animals and in testing our products on humans.,en_US,pg.html

Make Up Store

The products have not been tested on animals, neither does the color cosmetics contain any perfume, which makes the whole range allergy-friendly.

Makeup Revolution

No we do not test on animals.


“We have never tested on animals and do not plan to ever do so.  We are pretty big dog-lovers.  In fact, a whole portion of our website is dedicated to our ‘Product Hounds’ or our customer’s best friends.  Of course, our mascots, Bob and Junior are there, too.”

Marc Jacobs Beauty

Marc Jacobs Beauty does not test on animals and uses only the highest quality ingredients. All of Marc Jacobs Beauty brushes are also cruelty-free.

Mario Badescu

We do not test our products on animals. Mario Badescu uses only natural botanical ingredients with minimal preservatives to ensure that we deliver the highest quality products to our customers. Our products are tested and developed in a laboratory environment to ensure the highest standards of production.

Melt Cosmetics

Cruelty free! So don’t fret, PETA!


We protest against the pointlessness and cruelty of tests on animals.’s-philosophy,4,1,262,1087.htm

MeMeMe Cosmetics

We are pleased to inform you that neither MeMeMe or any third party acting on our behalf has ever conducted any animal testing.

Michael Todd Organics

Cruelty Free.  MICHAEL TODD has never participated in animal testing on our products or ingredients.


Mistral uses the finest ingredients known to us for all our products. We have never tested our products on animals. All product safety tests that we conduct are done in laboratory environments by trained technicians only.


You may have noticed on our packaging that all ModelCo products are: Tested on models not animals.

Molton Brown

We’ve been awarded the Leaping Bunny stamp of approval by Cruelty Free International, certifying all of our products to be free from animal tests under the International Humane Cosmetics and Household Products Standards.

An independent testing company runs all our skin, eye and SPF tests on human volunteers – we never test our products on animals.

We always try to use as many naturally derived ingredients as possible, which we source from around the world.

Mother Mabel’s

Biodegradable and Cruelty Free

Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day

We do not test on animals.


We are a company committed to… protecting animals by testing products on people, by using ingredients that have not been animal tested and by supporting and sponsoring animal rescue groups and oceanographic teaching institutions.

MyFace Cosmetics

Myface is committed to the elimination of animal testing. We are equally committed to consumer health and safety, and bringing to market products that comply with applicable regulations in every country in which our products are sold.
We do not conduct animal testing on our products or ingredients, nor ask others to test on our behalf, except when required by law.


NARS does not test on animals, nor do we have any other parties, such as suppliers, conduct any animal testing on our behalf. NARS uses only the highest quality ingredients which have a proven safety record and are widely used in the cosmetics industry.

Nature’s Gate

All of our products reflect ongoing efforts to preserve the earths natural resources by being environmentally friendly and cruelty-free.

Neal’s Yard Remedies

We have never tested on animals, and everything we make is 100% vegetarian

NeoStrata Companies

NeoStrata Company, Inc. does not conduct animal testing on its marketed skin care products including the NeoStrata® and Exuviance® brands. All routine product safety and claim support testing is carried out on human volunteers or using in vitro models.

NEST Fragrances

NEST Fragrances does not test its products or ingredients on animals.

Nip + Fab

Our products are not tested on animals.

Not Your Mother’s

We know it is important to our customers that their favorite NYM products are not tested on animals.  It is important to us, too.  So we are happy to tell you NYM products are not tested on animals- only by our human staff.

We do not claim this statement on our packing though, because we are currently in the process of registering for all legal and official certifications and logos to go on the packaging and in our company literature.  Please be patient with us as these approvals are met- it is a long, complicated and expensive process, but one we are willing to do because we know how important it is to you, to us and to the animals.


All of NUBAR’s products have met the standards of
PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) to be
certified vegan and cruelty free.

NUDE Skincare

NUDE never test our products on animals.


In order to assess the performance of NUXE products, we resort to cruelty-free tests.
Safety tests are performed according to alternative or substitution methods, sponsored by renowned experts and never resorting to animal testing.


NYX Cosmetics is certified and acknowledged by organizations, such as PETA, as a cruelty free brand. Most of our products consist of raw ingredients that are not tested on animals and are not obtained by harming any of our fury friends.

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics

“100% Vegan & Cruelty-Free” (in logo)

Ole Henriksen

We never test our products on animals. We believe that all living things should be treated humanely.


No, Organix® products are NOT tested on animals, and we proudly have this declaration on each and every bottle. Organix® does not initiate animal tests on either finished products or ingredients whether directly or indirectly. All ingredients used are carefully monitored. All suppliers are requested to confirm that their materials have not been tested on animals. Ingredients which do not have this data supplied for them are not used in any products. Organix® is against the suffering endured by animals when ingredients and products are tested. We support suppliers and organizations that are developing alternative methods of testing without using animals.

Pauala’s Choice

Animal testing is not okay with us. Never has been. We don’t fund any independent source to do it for us, either. In fact we’re members of the Leaping Bunny Program, which means not only have we eliminated animal testing from our company, but also from our ingredient suppliers. We love animals so much; our employees bring their dogs to work. Keeps things real.

Pangea Organics

Pangea Organics is registered with (run by PETA) as a cruelty-free company (we never test on animals).

Paul Mitchell

We were the first beauty company to stand up against animal testing, and we’ve long been a leader in the global effort to protect consumers from tampered products.


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Perricone MD

Perricone MD does not and will never test on animals.


We absolutely do not conduct animal testing with philosophy products. We are fully committed to using alternatives to animal testing to ensure the safety of our products.

Physician’s Formula

Physicians Formula Inc. does not conduct tests, or commission any outside facility to conduct tests that involve the use of animals. The safety of our products is determined using such alternate methods as “in-vitro” testing, human clinical evaluations and human use-trials under the supervision of a Board Certified Dermatologist.

Pin Up Balms

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Pink’s Boutique

KIND & ANIMAL FRIENDLYOur ingredients come from sustainable sources and are fully biodegradable, while our packaging is minimized to prevent excessive waste of plastic and card, and only PET plastics and recyclable glass is used. Our products or ingredient parts are never tested on animals and are suitable for vegetarians.
MADE IN ENGLANDOur organic products are all 100% blended and formulated in the heart of England.

Pour Le Monde Parfums

We are an animal cruelty free company, recognized by PETA and the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics. Additionally, we do not use any animal products of any kind, making all of Pour le Monde eau de parfums vegan.


It is crucial for Puig to guarantee the quality of the cosmetics we conceive and to ensure out customers that these products are perfectly safe and innocuous.

In order to do this, Puig has been developing alternatives to animals testing for many years now.

Therefore, since 1990, Puig has not used any animals whatsoever to test the safety and innocuousness of its products. In order to achieve that, we use scientific studies and databases that enable us to evaluate the safety and innocuousness of the ingredients used the conception of our products. The experience we have acquired in this domain allows us to guarantee optimal quality without animal testing.

We also use a variety of in vitro scientific testing methods, combined with in vivo test on individuals. These methods have been approved or and declared in compliance with standards of official European organisms (e.g. the Phototoxicity text was approved by the European Centre for Validation of Alternative Method, ECVAM, and integrated into section B.41, Annex V of the Council’s Directive 67/548/EEC, April 2000).

Puig can therefore provide consumers with top-quality cosmetics while guaranteeing their absolute safety.

Pur Minerals

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And everything is formulated without parabens, sulfates (SLS or SLES), mineral oil and petrolatum. They are all vegetarian, cruelty-free, gluten-free and color-safe.

REN Pure Skincare

We do not test any of our products on animals. Our products are not tested on animals on our behalf by any third party.

It is unfortunately the case that every ingredient used in all skincare products would have been tested on animals at some point in the past by the ingredient supplier prior to the ingredient being licensed for use in cosmetic products. However, we are delighted to report that the European Commission has implemented a marketing ban on any cosmetic products that have been tested on animals or contain ingredients that were tested on animals after 11th March 2013. This means that any products that are tested on animals after this date or contain ingredients that were tested on animals after this date are now banned from sale in the EU.
The only animal products we use are milk in our Hydra-Calm Youth Defence Serum and beeswax in our Mayday Mayday Rescue Balm. Our vegan products are included in the Vegan Society Animal Free Shopper 6th Edition.


RéVive does not test on animals.

RGB Cosmetics

All RGB products are cruelty free, vegan, and made in the USA.


The answer is a firm: NO! We never test our products and ingredients on any animals and we don’t allow third parties to do so either. We believe there is a sufficient amount of active, high-quality and safe ingredients available without the need for animal testing. We demand from all our suppliers and their sub-contracted companies that they source safe and sound ingredients established without the use of animal testing. All our products are listed in the cosmetics guide by the Dutch foundation against animal cruelty:”Dierproefvrij” which translates to “no animal testing”. The complete collection of RITUALS… products is suitable for vegetarians.

Sally Hershberger

Sally Hershberger products have not been tested on animals.

Scotch Naturals

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Gluten Free
Fragrance Free
Toxin Free
Paraben Free

Sexy Hair

Sexy Hair does not test on animals.


We don’t test our products on animals or use any animal derived ingredients – that’s stressful for them and us!

Sleek Makeup

We do not conduct tests on animals.


Smashbox is committed to the elimination of animal testing. We are equally committed to consumer health and safety, and bringing to market products that comply with applicable regulations in every country in which our products are sold.

We do not conduct animal testing on our products or ingredients, nor ask others to test on our behalf, except when required by law. We evaluate our finished products in clinical tests on volunteer panels.

Smashbox fully supports the development and global acceptance of non-animal testing alternatives. To this end, the Company works extensively with the industry at large and the global scientific community to research and fund these alternatives.

Soap & Glory

We understand that animal testing is a key concern for a growing number of consumers and at Soap & Glory, we can confidently state that all of our formulations are safety and efficacy tested on people. (Although you might argue about that if you’d seen the condition of some of their feet. YEEEESH. )

At Soap & Glory, we uphold very strict guidelines through our regularly audited manufacturing partners that uphold the ‘no animal testing’ policy. As well, we are fortunate that our biggest retail partner – Boots The Chemists- upholds the very same standards by funding through an organisation called FRAME, which is the FUND for the REPLACEMENT of ANIMALS in MEDICAL EXPERIMENTS) in an effort to eliminate reliance in the industry on animal testing That said – and because we feel it necessary to be transparent and to educate EVERYBODY- it’s important for you to know that no retailer or manufacturer can categorically state that ‘none’ of their raw materials or ingredients have –at some time in the past- been tested on animals. The majority of individual raw materials used in cosmetics today have been through some kind of animal testing process.

At Soap & Glory, we absolutely do not test our formulations on animals, however we can’t say that each and every ingredient that goes into them has not, at some point historically, been cleared for human use, by animal testing. We hope this answers your question. If you need any more information about animal testing, we’d suggest you contact Colipa, the European Cosmetics Directive association, via


Our animal testing policy is simple – we don’t!

Why should we – when there are lots of willing humans who are only too happy to test our products, to make sure they’re safe and effective? This includes members of Spiezia’s own team and lots of lovely customers who support and help us in this way.

We think honesty is the best policy and to be totally transparent in all that we do.  So, for the record, not only do we never test any products out on animals, but we have always had a strict policy against animal testing of the ingredients used in our products.

From the very start of Spiezia, back in 1999 we have never tested any of our products on animals nor have we commissioned anyone else to do so. We also do not use ingredients made by manufacturers who carry out or commission animal testing of cosmetic ingredients.

Stargazer Cosmetics

While none of our products are tested on animals We cannot guarantee that all our products are vegan or vegetarian friendly.


Yes, all of our products are cruelty-free. Styli-Style maintains a firm stance against all types of animal testing, making sure to conduct business only with manufactures that support these values.

St. Tropez

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Do you perform testing on animals?

No. All Swell products are people-tested.

We use state-of-the-art testing methods to ensure the safety and efficacy of our products. All of our ingredients and formulations are tested in vitro and on human volunteers. We do not test our products on animals, nor do we ask others to conduct animal testing on our behalf.

Tarte Cosmetics

Tarte Cosmetics is a cruelty-free cosmetics line. Tarte makeup and skincare is never tested on animals.

Tata Harper Skincare


We believe in and support cruelty-free beauty and skincare products. We’re animal lovers at heart, and we know that high quality products can be formulated without putting any animals at risk.


Many of us at TATCHA have animals near and dear to us, and we all recognize the importance of cruelty-free beauty product formulations. Several of you have reached out regarding our animal testing policy, and we have proudly informed you that we are a cruelty-free skincare company — we do not test on animals in any country, nor do our chemists, raw material suppliers, formulators or manufacturers.

As many of you know, our collection is currently available in select Barneys New York locations and select Joyce Beauty Hong Kong locations. Hong Kong does not require the same animal testing as mainland China, so please do rest assured that we stand by our policy in every country.

I am also pleased to officially be a part of PETA’s Beauty Without Bunnies program. This is a voluntary pledge that we have taken to clear animal testing from all stages of product development, certifying us as a cruelty-free organization. You may see a small rabbit appearing on our website, indicating that we are part of PETA’s Beauty Without Bunnies database.

Thierry Mugler

Our laboratories conduct no tests on animals. Our products are tested, under dermatological supervision, only on human volunteers.,en_US,pg.html#34Answer

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Tocca Beauty

Tocca does not test any of our products on animals.

Too Faced

No way, Too Faced loves animals! Our products are totally cruelty-free.

Urban Decay

Urban Decay is, and always has been, a cruelty-free company. You’ll notice that every box bears our cruelty-free credo: “We don’t do animal testing. How could anyone?” We insist on producing beautiful, irreverent, high-end cosmetics without conducting animal testing.,default,pg.html

Vapour Beauty

Vapours is a member of the Leaping Bunny Program, an internationally recognized organization that promotes a standardized “Cruelty Free” policy. Our products and raw ingredients are ever tested on animals.

W.S. Badger

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Finest quality, all-natural ingredients tested for superior performance

• Innovative botanical complexes move and breathe–no creasing or fading

• Uber hydrating formulas rich in organic aloe and precious essential oils

• No fillers, propylene glycol, petrochemicals or petroleum by-products

• Handcrafted in small batches in the USA

• Tested in the W3LL PEOPLE studio by our green beauty pros–cruelty free

Wet N’ Wild

As a Peta-certified, cruelty-free brand, we’re proud to say we have never and will never test on animals. We also make it a point to work with cruelty-free, third-party vendors. wet n wild loves our furry, scaly, and feathery friends!

Yasou Skin Care

No animal testing. In our research to bring the best product to market we do not use or partner with companies that conduct testing on animals.

Yes To (Carrots, Cucumbers, etc.)

Yes To is a cruelty-free company and we NEVER test on animals. We love the little creatures!Something we are very proud of is the PETA2 endorsement of our hair and skin care products.


Are ZOEVA products tested on animals? 
No, we do not conduct testing on animals for any of our ZOEVA products.

19 thoughts on “Website Confirmations

  1. Has this list been updated in regard to companies that themselves do not test but allow their products to be tested by others for the Chinese market?

  2. What do some of them mean (like smashbox) they only test when required by law?……why doesnt all the others like “like silk” etc don’t have that “only when required by law” so then its still a choice of the company…..required by law doesn’t apply for all it seems…why?…..makes me wonder if some of these companies are being true ?

    • Yes, that’s a good question, and to be honest it is a bit of a grey area- in this circumstance it is really up to the individual to decide whether they want to trust that statement. This is the entire reason that I have included these statements- it annoys me that lists of PETA and other organizations do not include the evidence they have to support their claims that a company tests or doesn’t test, so I wanted to include my evidence in my lists. I feel that the people who read should be able to make up their minds about how safe they want to be in their products. I know the other non-profits like PETA probably do know more than me on the matter, so I include their judgement as well, to better help you in your decisions.

      In the case of Smashbox, they do have this slightly nebulous statement, but the PETA has approved them. My best guess is that they are not currently using animal testing, but have that clause in their statement so that if something does come up they have an exit hatch legally.

      I hope this rather long-winded answer helps!

  3. In my experience whenever a beauty company says they only test when required to do so by law that means they have registered their products with the Chinese SFDA so have paid to test their products on animals.

    Animal testing in China is a racket. The labs that do it are dependent on the income from mandatory animal testing and would go out of business if the law changed. That’s the real reason the Chinese Government hasn’t changed the law.

    Companies are selling in China because it is a huge untapped market and they are willing to obscure or lie to their customers about animal testing because the prize is so big.

    It is only when European and American retailers start listening to their customers and clear these brands from their shelves that beauty companies will realize they have a choice: sell in China or sell in Europe and USA, but you can’t do both.

    That’s why it is gratifying to hear that Whole Foods Market has started to delist brands that animal test by selling in China. I hope other retail chains soon follow their lead.

    • Yes I agree with you. I knew it was something along those lines but I never did understand why the Chinese would a more expensive system mandatory, but if it is protecting a sector that makes more sense. Thank you for the information!

  4. Marks and Spencer is a large UK retailer that does much marketing around its BUAV certification and has a comprehensive anti-animal testing policy.

    I was annoyed that on every page of the M&S beauty website, which carries bought in brands, the following statement appeared:

    “All our skincare ranges are cruelty-free and BUAV approved.”

    I wrote to M&S, copied to BUAV, pointing out that only a few of the brands they carried were BUAV approved and at least one, Jurlique, was open about its animal testing.

    I received the following reply.

    “Thank you for emailing us about our beauty products. As a member of our Board of Directors personal team, I am responding on their behalf.

    I am sorry that you have had cause to contact us about our non branded beauty products and that you are concerned that they may be tested on animals.

    However, I want to reassure you that although they do not have BUAV approval, I can confirm that none of them are tested on animals. Having said this, I do appreciate why you are concerned and want to assure you that your comments have been recorded for the attention of our Beauty Buying team. I know they will carefully consider the points you have raised.

    On behalf of our Board of Directors, many thanks for getting in touch.”

    I replied with a link to the PETA website regarding Jurlique. I also provided information on other brands stocked by M&S and sold to China. I did not get a response. BUAV did not respond either.

    In December I wrote to the UK Advertising Standards Authority, to complain about the false statements in relation to animal testing on the M&S website.

    The ASA regulates marketing statements on UK websites and can be helpful when companies prefer to ignore “difficult” issues.

    I received the following reply:

    “we contacted the advertisers to discuss the points you raised. They explained that the claim “All our skincare ranges are cruelty-free and BUAV approved” was intended to refer only to M&S branded beauty products, which they confirmed were all BUAV approved.

    They also directed us to the BUAV website where they are described as one of several “CRUELTY-FREE CERTIFIED COMPANIES”, and stated that although they do supply some Jurlique products, the only animal-tested Jurlique products are those sold in China, and not by Marks and Spencer.

    That said, they acknowledged that the claim “All our skincare ranges” could potentially be interpreted as referring to all skincare ranges they sell, rather than just to all Marks and Spencer skincare ranges.

    They’ve therefore assured us that when they use the claim in future, the wording will be changed to “All M&S own-brand skincare ranges are cruelty-free and BUAV approved”.

    Though we don’t think their advertising breached the CAP Code in this instance, and so we won’t take any investigative action, we believe this amendments would make the claim clearer and so we’ve welcomed their assurance.”

    M&S have now removed the statement “All our skincare ranges are cruelty-free and BUAV approved.” from their website.

    I suggested to the ASA that M&S fobbed them off with the demonstrably false claim that Jurlique sells different products to M&S to those it sells in China.

    For instance:

    If I get a response I will post it up.

  5. Hi! Do you have any information on LÓreal? I know they work on Invitroskin but, do they still perform animal testing on ther stages other than the final product?

    • L’Oreal is a tricky one… I believe the situation is that they are reducing animal testing but they have not cut it out of all operations. They sell products to the EU so those specific products at least have to be clean but I’m pretty sure they also sell to China… PETA still has them listed as testing, if that helps in anyway. I don’t actually have access to observe laboratory conditions, so I can’t say for sure, just that there is a distinct possibility that they do somewhere in their operations. I hope this helps somewhat!

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