Does Revlon really support Animal Rights?
While Revlon makes claims in their animal testing policies to be cruelty-free and to not having performed testing on animals since 1989, they also admit to actively selling products in markets (aka China) where animal testing is required by law. As such, Revlon is NOT cruelty-free. Revlon even lost its PETA cruelty-free certification in 2012, when PETA discovered that Revlon started selling in China (information that Revlon did not proactively disclose with PETA, most likely in an attempt to keep their cruelty-free certification a little longer).
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BareMinerals does not test their products on animals and they also do not sell in China where animal testing is required by law.
Clinique does not have a stated position on animal rights, but the company's poor track record in this area suggests that it does not prioritize the issue. For example, Clinique has been criticized for testing its products on animals, and it has been accused of selling products in China that are tested on animals.
for business. CoverGirl does not have an official position on animal rights, but the company is good for business because it does not test its products on animals.
NYX Professional Makeup
for business. NYX Professional Makeup is a cruelty-free brand, meaning that they do not test their products on animals. This is good for business because it attracts customers who care about animal rights, and it also helps to set them apart from other brands in the industry.
. Rare Beauty believes that animals have the right to be treated with respect and that they should not be harmed unnecessarily. They believe that animals should not be used for testing or as a source of food, and that they should be allowed to live in their natural habitats.
Tarte Cosmetics is pro-animal rights. They do not test their products on animals and they do not use any animal-derived ingredients in their products. Tarte also supports various animal rights organizations, such as PETA and the Humane Society of the United States.
wet n wild
Wet n wild is a company that does not test on animals. They believe that animals have a right to be free from harm and that they should not be used in experiments.
Smashbox is a cruelty-free makeup company. They do not test their products on animals and do not sell in countries where animal testing is required by law.
Milani does not have an official policy on animal rights, but the company is known for its cruelty-free products. All of Milani's products are vegan, and the company does not test its products on animals.
Stila has a strong position on animal rights, believing that all animals should be treated with respect and that unnecessary cruelty towards animals should be abolished. The company is dedicated to sourcing its ingredients from cruelty-free suppliers, and it does not test any of its products on animals.