Does Hair Food really support Animal Rights?
Hair Food Owned by Procter & Gamble Procter & Gamble
Hair Food does not have a stated position on animal rights, but the company is known for being cruelty-free. This means that they do not test their products on animals and do not use any animal ingredients in their products.
Is Hair Food using ingredients that have been tested on animals?
Is Hair Food testing finished products on animals?
Procter & Gamble buys Tula skincare
Procter & Gamble is to purchase skincare and wellness brand Tula as it moves to expand its portfolio of prestige beauty brands.
by Inside FMCG
Warning! This company DOES test on animals.
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This company does NOT test on animals.
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