BEAUTY BRANDS THAT STILL TEST ON ANIMALS 2018
TOP BEAUTY BRANDS THAT TEST ON ANIMALS
I've done the research to give you a list of the top beauty brands that still engage in animal testing and therefore are not considered organic or cruelty free products as of October 2018.
L'Oreal claims that they no longer test on animals however they fund, market and sell their product line in China and other foreign countries where animal testing on beauty products is mandated by law.
L'Oreal owns more than 100 different beauty brands worldwide and you can see a list of all of their companies by doing a simple Google search.
Estee Lauder claims that they are committed to becoming a "cruelty-free" company but they market and sell their product line in China and other countries where animal; testing is mandated by law.
MAC began as a cruelty free company---but they were bought out by Estee Lauder who sell their products in China--where animal testing is required---and so they're no longer a cruelty free company.
Lancome is owned by L'Oreal and has the same policy---they test on animals as required by law--making them a company that is not cruelty-free.
Makeup Forever is currently owned by LVMH ( Louis Vuitton) who test on animals because they sell and market their product line in China and other foreign countries who require animal testing.
Maybelline is owned by L'Oreal---so their products for sale in other countries require animal testing.
Revlon is a privately owned beauty company--but they sell their product line in China and other countries which require animal testing and therefore are not cruelty free.
CoverGirl is owned by COTY and they sell their product line in China and other countries that require animal testing---therefore they are not a cruelty free company.
CLINIQUE is owned by Estee Lauder----animal testing is required in China and other countries.
Chanel's products aren't cruelty free as their products are sold in mainland China---who requires animal testing.