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3 years ago
(This is going to be a long post... )
They say naiveté is bliss, but in this day and age, we love anything that helps the environment, or at the very least doesnt harm it. So why are we still being clueless about what makeup/ Personal Care brands do or do not test on animals?!
If you like to use makeup then you should at least try to use the brands that dont involve someone (or something) elses suffering. Thats not to say that you should look down on people who do use these products, its all about their decision and whether or not the environment or animals is a big deal in their life Meanwhile, I will admit to you all that I do have some of these brands in my makeup collection, but I will also admit that I am throwing them out. Yes, its a waste of money, but I would rather spend a lot of money and feel good about myself then spend money on something that I dont believe in.
So Ive created a quick tip guideline to who does and doesnt test on animals:
**Please note that this picture is from Google Images and the companies are from PETA and My Makeup Mirror.**
Companies that do animal testing:
Joshnson and Joshnson
Clean and Clear
Oil of Olay
Playtex (Not a face product, but still just as important)
Companies that dont do animal testing (not in any order):
Beauty Without Cruelty
Make Up For Ever
Kat Von D
OCC (Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics)
Red Earth Cosmetics
As you can see there are tons of brands, both high end and drug store that do not test on animals. So you can feel guilty for spending all that cash on that perfect blush, rather than feeling guilty for the little bunny that made it possible.
I will be going through my makeup and writing down my Guilty List with all of my animal tested products so that I can throw them out, so look for it later today if you`re curious.
My Makeup Mirror: http://www.mymakeupmirror.com/MakeupWithoutCruelty.php