Does OGX Beauty really support Animal Rights?
OGX Beauty is owned by Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson has not obtained any cruelty-free certification from organizations like PETA or Leaping Bunny. While the company claims to be cruelty-free, it also admits to perform testing on animals in the same sentence. From J&J's own disclosure: "We do NOT conduct animal testing on any of our cosmetic products except in the rare situation where governments or laws require it." Unfortunately, such "rare situations" where governments require testing on animals imply the company is NOT cruelty-free by definition.
Is OGX Beauty sold in countries where animal testing is required by law?
Yes. Johnson & Johnson sells its products in China, a country where animal testing is required by law in order to sell products locally.
Is OGX Beauty testing finished products on animals?
Yes. Johnson & Johnson admits to perform testing on animals where/when required by law
Briogeo believes that all living creatures have a right to be treated with respect. The company is committed to using only cruelty-free ingredients in its products and pledges to never test on animals.
Lush Cosmetics is a company that does not test their products on animals. They also do not sell in China, where animal testing is required by law for cosmetics. Lush believes that animals should not be used for testing as it is cruel and inhumane.
Herbal Essences does not have an official position on animal rights, but the company is known for using natural ingredients in its products. Many of these ingredients come from plants that are harvested without harming the animals living in the area. Herbal Essences also does not test its products on animals, making it a cruelty-free brand.
While Suave is certified by PETA as a cruelty-free brand, its parent company Unilever has not obtained the same certification.