Why Are These Companies Included on the ‘Do Test’ List?

A company may be on PETA's "Companies That Do Test" list for the following reasons:
  • It tests its final product on animals.
  • It tests any ingredients on animals.
  • It uses a third-party supplier that tests on animals.
  • It hasn't assured PETA that it doesn't conduct tests.
  • It tests on animals "where required by law."
  • It tests on animals to sell its products in China.*
*Good news for animals! Following years of work by PETA, science experts, and cosmetics companies, China now allows some imported cosmetics and personal-care products—such as shampoo, body wash, lotion, and makeup—to be sold there without having been tested on animals as was previously required.

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  • Vegan Companies That Don’t Test on Animals

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  • Cruelty-Free Companies by Product Type

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