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Here is a long list of companies that test on animals. Does this shock you? And how many of these products do you use?

Anjirocks 2008/04/22 07:38:02
FOR PEOPLE THAT LOVE ANIMALS
Related Topics: Peta, Underwear, Pet, Health
I'm shocked!!!
5 votes
25%
I use some of those products but now i'll definitely stop buying them!!
3 votes
15%
I use some of those products and this has made me think differently
4 votes
20%
I don't care, I'll buy them anyway
0 votes
0%
I never used any of those products anyway
4 votes
20%
Undecided
0 votes
0%
None of the above
4 votes
20%
i came across this in a myspace bulletin so i'm not sure what the source is. although some of these seem strange (how can you test ice cream or underwear on animals?!) they are all apparently connected to some form of animal cruelty.

please read through the list, i think you'll be surprised at how many of the products you regularly buy are involved with these companies!! i know i was!!!


THIS IS A LIST OF COMPANIES THAT TEST ON ANIMALS
You may want to consider avoiding their products.






Allergan Inc.




Alcon Labs
Applewoods
Arm & Hammer
Astley Dye & Chemical Company
Andrew Jegens Co.




Baush & Lomb
Beauticontrol Cosmetics
Betterware
BioForce UK
Bic Corp.




Block Drug Co.




Boots Plc
Brodie & Stone
Braun (Gilette Co)
Breck
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.




(Matrix, Clairol, Ban, Final Net, Redmond, Herbal Essences, Sea Breeze, Aussie, Keri)
Bronnley
Boyle-Midway

Calvin Klein
Carabay Seaweed
Carlonina Herrera
Chesebrough-Ponds (Aziza, Fabergé, Cutex, Oil of Olay, Vaseline)
Church & Dwight (Arm & Hammer, Arrid, Lady's Choice, Nair, Pearl Drops)
Clarion (Sea Breeze)
Clairol Inc.







(Proctor & Gamble)
Clorox (Pine Sol)
Colgate-Palmolive Co.




Consumer Value Stores (house brands)
Cosme Decorte
Coty (Davidoff, Joop!, Jovan, Lancaster, Rimmel, Stetson)
Color Me Beautiful
Cover Girl (Procter & Gamble)
Crimpers Pure

Dana Perfumes
Del Laboratories (Sally Hansen, Natural Glow, Naturistics, Flame Glow, Commerce Drug)
Dial Corp.




(Purex, Renuzit)
Dome Cosmetics
Donna Karan Beauty Company (Has anti-animal testing policy, but markets fur)
DowBrands
Dracket Products Co.






EcoLab Inc.




Eli Lilly & Co.




El Sanofi Inc.




Elizabeth Arden
Enamelon Inc.




Erno Laszlo
Estée Lauder Cos.




(Clinique, Origins, Jane, Origins, Donna Karan, MAC, Prescriptives, Tommy Hilfiger)
Ettusais

Faberge
Fendi (Elizabeth Arden)
Fernsoft
Flame Glow
Fort James

Gallery Cosmetics
Gehe UK
Givaudan-Roure
GWP Group
Helene Curtis Industries (Finesse, Unilever, Suave)
Henkel (Schwarzkopf, Dep)

IAMS (DOG FOOD PRODUCT)
Intimate Brands (Bath & Body Works tests ingredients, Veronica's Secret sells fur)
ISO
IPSA

JCB Developments
Jhirmack (Playtex)
Jergens, Andrew Co
(Bioré)
Johnson & Johnson (Neutrogena, Clean & Clear, Roc)
Johnson Products Co.




Jovan (Quintessence)

KAO Cosmetics
Kanobe
Kimberly-Clark Corp.




(Kleenex, Scott Paper, Huggies)
Kinarese
Kingsmill Cosmetics
KMS Research Labs
Kose

Lamaur (Willow Lake, Colorsoft)
L & F Products
Lever Brothers
Lifestyles
Lloyds Chemists
L'Oréal
LPI Cosmetics

Manetti & Roberts
Marlene Klein Cosmetics
Marshall Pet Products (make pet products, while selling animals to research labs!)
Max Factor (Procter & Gamble)
Mead
Melaleuca Inc.




Mennen Co.




(Colgate-Palmolive)
Micol Direct
Miss Selfridge
Murphy Phoenix Co.




(Colgate-Palmolive)

Nalgene
National Trust
Natural Eco Trading
Nature's Sunshine Products
Naturelle
Neoteric Cosmetics (Alpha Hydrox)
Neutrogena
Neutron Industries Inc.




Noxell (Procter & Gamble)
Olay Co.




/Oil of Olay (Procter & Gamble)
Oral-B (Gillette Co.



)
Original Additions

Pantene (Procter & Gamble)
Parfums Givenchy SA (Givenchy, Extravagance, Amarige)
Parfums International (White Shoulders)
Parker Pens (Gillette Co.



)
Pennex
Perrigo
Pfizer Inc.




Playtex Products Inc.




(Banana Boat, Woolite, Baby Magic)
PPR Group/Pinault-Printemps-Redoute (GUCCI!)
Prada Group (Fendi) Thanks PETA
Prince Matchiabelli
Procter & Gamble Co.




(Secret, Crest, Vidal Sassoon, Tide, Cover Girl, Max Factor, Old Spice, Hugo Boss)
Publix Super Markets
Purex Corp.






Quintessence

Reckitt Benckiser (Coty, Lysol, Mop & Glo, Resolve, Spray 'N Wash, Woolite)
Redmond Products
Richardson-Vicks (Procter & Gamble)
Rimmel (supplied by Unilever)
Ronson International

Sara Lee
Sally Hansen (Del Laboratories)
Schering-Plough (Coppertone, Ban de Soleil, Dr.




Scholl's)
Schick (Warner-Lambert)
Scott Paper Co.





Scottish Fine Soaps
S.C.




Johnson & Son (Pledge, Drano, Windex, Glade)
Seven Seas
Shiseido Company Ltd.




SmithKline Beecham (AquaFresh, Contac, Tums)
Sofina
Softsoap Enterprises (Colgate-Palmolive)
Sterling Drug
Suave
Sunshine Makers (Simple Green)
Sun Star

3M (Scotch, Post-It)

Unilever (Lever Bros.




, Calvin Klein, Elizabeth Arden, Helene Curtis, Ben & Jerry's, Aim, Close-Up, Dove, Finesse, Salon Selectives, Pond's, Vaseline, Sure, Pepsodent, Mentadent)

Vidal Sassoon (Procter & Gamble)
Victoria's Secret
Viktoria Apothekere (Phas)
Vogue International

Warner-Lambert (Lubriderm, Listerine, Schick)
Wellbeing
Westwood Pharmaceuticals
Whitehall Laboratories

Xynergy Health Products

Yvonne Gray

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  • cccoke 2008/04/22 13:24:49
    None of the above
    cccoke
    +13
    I try my best not to buy things tested on animals.
    Maybe they should test it on the molesters and killers on death row.

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  • Miss Lori 2008/06/10 09:02:39
    I use some of those products but now i'll definitely stop buying them!!
    Miss Lori
    +1
    It really ticks me off. The only reason I use Oil of Olay is because it doesn't have any animal products in it, and I'm allergic to glycerine so I can't use that. What the hell! Why bother putting out a nice product, if you're still torturing and killing animals to get it?
  • Azra Kalla Miss Lori 2014/08/17 17:33:11
    Azra Kalla
    +1
    Are you sure Oil of Olay products don't have any animal products in it? I have been looking it up and some websites say they do. I can't use cosmetics that contain these products due to religious reasons and I wanted to make sure because I really love Oil of Olay products but don't want to take a risk.

    Please Reply
    Thank You
  • Briwii 2008/05/09 19:39:57 (edited)
    I use some of those products but now i'll definitely stop buying them!!
    Briwii
    +1
    oh my gawsh....ohhh but victoria's secret stopped testing on animals, estee lauder, clinique and tommy hilfiger stopped too thank god!!! i cant believe i have sooo many of those brands...=( i feel like a terrible person..it's so hard to escape them...ummm wat type of tampons dont test on animals? =S
  • Carol Nobama 2008/04/30 04:05:06
    I use some of those products and this has made me think differently
    Carol Nobama
    +1
    What are animal experiments for the above products going to prove? They have more scientific ways with better results. I will have to check the products I buy now more carefully.
  • Leethal 2008/04/24 02:37:42
    I use some of those products and this has made me think differently
    Leethal
    +1
    But it seems weird how they would be testing on certain products as you said
  • lou lou 2008/04/23 20:39:55
    I never used any of those products anyway
    lou lou
    +1
    I dont use anything but organic products which do not animal test.
  • sd *TROUBLE* 2008/04/23 20:21:09
    I'm shocked!!!
    sd *TROUBLE*
    +1
    I;m shocked taht so many brands do the animal testing, but not surprised. With the kind of world we live in today, it takes ALOT to surprise or shock me. I definitely will try to boycott as many as these products as possible.
  • Scott's sodahead 2008/04/23 20:08:39
    I use some of those products and this has made me think differently
    Scott's sodahead
    +1
    i use currently at least 7 but in the past i have used more than that.. i genually try to read labels and not put money into their pockets.. i've never seen what these labs do .. BUT IT LOOKS HORRIBLE

    ~sara
  • Magzilla 2008/04/23 19:57:54
    I use some of those products but now i'll definitely stop buying them!!
    Magzilla
    +1
    I boycott most companies that test on animals, you added more brands to my list
  • Anjirocks Magzilla 2008/04/23 20:05:41
    Anjirocks
    +2
    awesome!!!

    i used to always try and buy Body Shop stuff because their whole principle was to be against animal testing. how sad and ironic that they were bought by Loreal a few years ago =(

    can you name some cruelty-free brands that i can try to get?? just if you can think of any right now =D

    i recently signed a petition to encourage the UK government to make it law for companies to state on their packaging whether or not they test on animals, with so many companies you just don't know
  • Magzilla Anjirocks 2008/04/23 20:11:49
    Magzilla
    +1
    I will list them out once I get home. I think I'll make it a group post.
  • Anjirocks Magzilla 2008/04/23 20:12:42
    Anjirocks
    +1
    great, thanks!
  • summer ♥ † John 3:16 † ♥ 2008/04/23 18:49:32
    I'm shocked!!!
    summer ♥ † John 3:16 † ♥
    +3
    OMg!!! im speechless!!
    these ppl that are in prison for life should b tested on, leave the poor animals alone!!! sorry it sounds bad but thats how i feel.
  • Anjirocks summer ... 2008/04/23 19:00:17
    Anjirocks
    +4
    don't worry, i agree!!!

    and the sad thing is that people wouldn't dream of testing these products on people, not even on the likes of child molesters who have committed the most awful atrocities... yet they don't even think twice about testing them on innocent defenceless animals!!!
  • summer ... Anjirocks 2008/04/23 19:03:20
    summer ♥ † John 3:16 † ♥
    +2
    tyvm Anjirocks!!!! for making my day!! =D
    i sure wish something could b done...
  • The Beaver 2008/04/23 02:53:55
    I never used any of those products anyway
    The Beaver
    +1
    I have studied this list before, although it seems much larger now.
    I do my best not to buy products that are tested on animals, I have found alternatives that are quite more expensive, but in the long run avoiding the cheaper products that use and abuse animals is the best way to make a statement....makes me feel better anyway!
  • Emily 2008/04/23 02:47:55
    I'm shocked!!!
    Emily
    +1
    I AM SHOCKED BUT I DON'T USE THEM ANY WAY (GOOD THING)
    MUST OF TOOK AWHILE TO WRITE IT ALL
  • dnanna 2008/04/22 15:57:59
    I'm shocked!!!
    dnanna
    +2
    I stopped counting at nine wow , I need to pay better attention to what I buy
  • Matt 2008/04/22 13:28:42
    None of the above
    Matt
    +4
    I'm not shocked, but the list is quite a lot bigger than I remember from last time I looked. I think I'll have to keep the list on hand and try not to use any of those products. It's very sad that an animals life means no more than that to some people.
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  • cccoke 2008/04/22 13:24:49
    None of the above
    cccoke
    +13
    I try my best not to buy things tested on animals.
    Maybe they should test it on the molesters and killers on death row.
  • Scott's... cccoke 2008/04/23 20:10:27 (edited)
    Scott's sodahead
    +2
    now that is an idea!!! i wish they would! you definitely have a TOP COMMENT!

    ~SARA
  • cccoke Scott's... 2008/04/23 21:32:40
    cccoke
    +1
    Thank you. I can't stand those kind of people. Something needs to be done.
  • Leethal cccoke 2008/04/24 02:38:31
    Leethal
    +2
    good idea
  • cccoke Leethal 2008/04/24 02:52:35
    cccoke
    +1
    Think we could make a law ?
  • Leethal cccoke 2008/04/24 02:54:29
    Leethal
    +2
    Sure I'd vote for ya!
  • cccoke Leethal 2008/04/24 02:56:55
    cccoke
    +2
    Where do we start lol
  • nltsierra 2008/04/22 12:49:40
    None of the above
    nltsierra
    +3
    I have seen this list before, so I'm not shocked, It's a BIG list. I make sure that the products I purchase are not tested on animals. Thanks for making this poll for others to see =)
  • Jessa ~COB 2008/04/22 12:35:08
    None of the above
    Jessa ~COB
    +4
    u forgot one.. Tampax also does.

    ohh and, if you want more info here. on some tested products and products not used on them
    http://www.imforanimals.com/t...
  • Anjirocks Jessa ~COB 2008/04/22 12:42:52
    Anjirocks
    +1
    that's just the list i got from elsewhere but thanks. tampax??!! how does that even work?! i buy them too =( how sad
  • Anjirocks Jessa ~COB 2008/04/22 12:44:27
    Anjirocks
    +1
    ah, just checked the box and tampax is part of Proctor & Gamble which is mentioned on the list =( that's a really big company.

    thanks, i'll check that link out
  • Anjirocks 2008/04/22 07:43:36
    I'm shocked!!!
    Anjirocks
    +1
    i am utterly horrified that this is being permitted to continue all in the name of "beauty". and by so many well known brands!!!

    i am so disappointed in all these people for letting the poor animals suffer!!!

    the ones i buy (or used to buy) are

    Boots products (their face wipes are the only ones i've found that don't give me an allergic rash!!!

    Pantene shampoo and conditioner

    Ben & Jerry's (although i don't understand how ice cream manufacturers can have anything to do with animal cruelty?)

    Vaseline!

    Sure deodorant

    Aquafresh toothpaste!!

    Clean & Clear skin products

    and i'm sure much of my other make up and hair products are involved in animal testing too. how awful that our bathroom cabinets are death traps to these poor animals!!!!

    and if you don't think it's horrific look at the pictures on the question options.
  • DizziNY Anjirocks 2012/01/28 02:22:25
    DizziNY
    Ben and Jerry's is owned by Unilever.

    http://www.thegoodhuman.com/2...

    Unilever – This one hurts, as I loved Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, but I won’t buy it anymore. Unilever bought the company in 2000, and a recent article pointed out that the “natural” ingredients in their ice cream may not be anything of the sort. Is this the parent company stepping in to cut costs on ingredients? Who knows. But throw in the fact that their sustainability bragging sheet says that “15% of our global purchases of tea and palm oil (are) from sustainable sources” (that’s not anything to brag about, guys – 15%?) and that they also continue to test on animals, and you can see the widening gap between what they say they care about and what they actually do about it.

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