Beauty Brands I Wish Were Cruelty-Free

Wednesday, 17 January 2018


Its really disappointing that so many brands continue to test their products on animals even though its not necessary anymore. Ive spoken a lot on my blog about cruelty-free beauty and animal testing before but Ive never done a post sharing brands that I love using that still test on animals. Its surprising how many brands (like Benefit and Maybelline) who claim to be "against animal testing" but continue to do it anyway. Its 2018, they dont need to be testing on animals anymore!

So many of these brands state that they are "against animal cruelty and animal testing" but they either still test their products on animals and sell in mainland China (where its the law to test products on animals) or they use third party companies to test for them. So make sure you really do your research because just because a brand says they are against animal testing doesn't mean that they don't do it themselves. These brands can be sneaky! But there are so many great brands out there who do not test on animals and I did an entire blog post sharing 30 cruelty-free beauty brands you can buy in the UK last year. You can check that post out here. 

Makeup brands
Avon
Benefit
Bobbi Brown
Bourjois
Clinique
Chanel
Dior
L'oreal
Maybelline
MAC
Make Up Forever
Max Factor
Nars
Rimmel
Revlon
Seventeen
YSL

Skin & haircare brands
Aussie
Clean & Clear
Clearasil
Cetaphil
Dove
Garnier
Herbal Essences
John Frieda
La Roche Posay
L'oreal
Neutrogena
Nivea
Simple
St Ives
Vichy


Are you surprised that these brands still test on animals? I was really unpleasantly surprised to find out about some brands.


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14 comments:

  1. I never realised that this many brands still weren't cruelty free, it is crazy!

    Danielle xx
    http://www.fashionbeautyblog.co.uk/

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  2. I really wish Rimmel and Nars were cruelty-free, along with the higher-end brands like Chanel and Dior because I really want to try their perfumes!

    www.beautyfromkatie.blogspot.com

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    1. Me too. It makes me so angry that Nars arent cruelty free anymore :(

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  3. How can brands say that they are against animal-testing if they still do it?! xx

    Beautylymin

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    1. I know! Thats one thing that really frustrates me too!

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  4. I wish all these brands were cruelty free too! Thank you for sharing the cruelty free message it's so important. Hopefully one day every brand will be cruelty free xxx

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  5. I can't believe how many brands are on this list. Thansk for sharing .

    Nina's Style Blog

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  6. Isn't Mac turning around on it though? I read about it somewhere and thought they were going to stop selling in China...

    I can't believe all these brands still do test on animals! Not gonna lie, I will purchase from at least 9/10 of these brands just because I love their products so much, but I just can't believe their ethics...

    Love, Charline | Charline Has a Blog  

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    1. I have no idea about MAC. I hope they do stop because they are a great brand for supporting different charities.

      www.beautylifebecca.co.uk

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  7. I do wish both maybelline and Mac were cruelty free. Their products are so wonderful and with maybelline, they are my go to brand for mascara and concealer and with bourjois their foundations never fail me.

    www.themakeupaficionado.com

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    1. Maybelline mascaras are amazing. I really do miss using them especially the lash sensational :(

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