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    Olivella All Natural Virgin Olive Oil Moisturizer From Italy (50ml) 1.69 Fluid Ounces
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    • Helps retains skin's natural humidity
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    • Contains antioxidant Vitamin E (Tocopherol), Phenolic antioxidants (present in olive oil) and anti-aging properties
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    • Not tested on animal

Leaving Animals Out of the Cosmetics Picture

Leaving Animals Out of the Cosmetics Picture Michelle Larner, a makeup artist in New York, considering she was using only products not tested on animals because she favors lines aimed at customers with sensitive skin. But then she went to the Web placement of the advocacy organization People for the

“Cruelty-Free” Lies Of The Cosmetic Industry

“Cruelty-Free” Lies Of The Cosmetic Industry Michelle Larner, a makeup artist in New York, contemplation she was using only products not tested on animals because she favors lines aimed at customers with sensitive skin. But then she went to the Web put of the advocacy organization People for the

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CoValence utilizes Niacinamide in acne-treating skin care products

CoValence utilizes Niacinamide in acne-treating skin care products By Michelle Yeomans , 10-Jan-2012 Skin care producer, CoValence Labratories is featuring Niacinamide as a key ingredient in its products to treat acne, hyperpigmentation and redness. The copied of Niacin also known as vitamin B3, has been found

Cruelty-Free Makeup: 11 Beauty And Cosmetic Brands That Don't Test On Animals

According to the Humane Society of the United States, animal testing for beauty products is still legal in 80 percent of countries and is actually a legal requirement in China. Many countries and companies are trying to put an end to this practice that can leave animals blinded, poisoned or even dead.

As part of a new campaign, the organization has teamed up with “ Chicago Med ” actress Torrey DeVitto to get people to join the “Be Cruelty-Free” movement and end animal testing for cosmetics. In a new video, DeVitto can be seen with her dog Beau, urging consumers to “Buy cruelty-free, because there’s no beauty in animal testing.”

The Humane Society states that the United States is “leading efforts to support the Humane Cosmetics Act that will phase-out animal testing and prohibit the import of animal-tested cosmetics.” Although there are still companies that test on animals, there are now over 600 companies around the world that are recognized as cruelty-free. Check out our list of some of the more popular beauty product companies that don’t test on animals:


Skin Care Products not tested on Animals?

Dear all,

I'm looking for a good range of skin care products (facial wash, toner, facial moisturizer, body moisturizer) that aren't tested on animals. I used to use Jergens (i'm not sure about this, since I can't find this on any list of


Good for you!

Well I know Oriflames products and ingredients are not tested on animals by or for Oriflame. I didn't notice that they delivered to Singapore on their website, but maybe you could pick up some of their products on Ebay?


I can't tell enough people about Aveda products. Not only are they environmentally and animal conscious, the products are amazing. My skin has never looked better... no more breakouts and small lines have disappeared. People think my sister is the oldest...


heres a list of all products that don't
test on animals.

http://www.caringconsumer.com/pdfs/compa niesDontTest.pdf

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What cosmetic brands and skin care products brands test on animals?

i LOVE animals...i dont want them to be hurt, and i want to not use brands that harm animals by testing. ive seen terrible videos:( please tell me what you know and were you got it from thank you!


http://shopcrueltyfree.peta2.com/cruelty _free_companies_search.aspx?Donottest=-1 &Product=0&Dotest=8 ;-)


Elizabeth Arden, CoverGirl, Bobbi Brown, Max Factor, Revlon.


most of the cosmetic brands dont...