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Paul Mitchell Pulls Out of Chinese Market After Refusing to Test Their Products on Animals

China told John Paul Mitchell Systems (parent company of Paul Mitchell) that they would have to pay for animal testing if they wanted to continue to sell their products there and, unlike Mary Kay and Avon, Paul Mitchell did not bow to such pressure. DeJoria state, “Since Paul Mitchell was founded in 1980, we have been cruelty-free. We do not conduct or condone animal testing on our products, and we will not attempt to market our products in China until alternatives to animal testing methods have been accepted by the government. We are honoured and encouraged to be working with China to bring about positive change. Continue reading [...]

Join the Intentionally Cruelty-Free Beauty Movement

In light of news that has surfaced regarding the fact that Estee Lauder, Mary Kay and Avon are paying for their products to be tested on animals in China, we realize that many who previously used their products in good conscious, or so they thought, would be outraged. These companies were previously listed as “cruelty-free” on many of the lists that are compiled by large, non-profit animal welfare groups. Continue reading [...]

Spotlight Skin Tone Perfector by Estee Lauder

Spotlight Skin Tone Perfector is dermatologist-tested, ophthalmologist-tested and non-acnegenic. This is a perfect product for vegans, vegetarians and others committed to a cruelty free world. Continue reading [...]

Estee Lauder

Estée Lauder has a large selection of products available. Most products are safe for use by vegans and vegetarians. And, the company is committed to the elimination of animal testing to create a cruelty free beauty industry. To this end, the company “fully supports the development and global acceptance of non-animal testing alternatives.” Continue reading [...]