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  • Victoria says:

    All coop own brand are not tested on animals, nor asda or tesco. The best place though I find is superdrug

  • Shaklee says:

    Shaklee is an independent company that doesnt test on animals, why dont they make the list? They offer a myriad of products including skin and body care, laundry, and nutritional supplements of a high quality.

  • Susan says:

    Rimmel London is not on your list for cruelty-free products although they claim to not test their cosmetics or even the ingredients on animals. They are owned by Coty who is also cruelty-free. Why is Rimmel not on your Leaping Bunny list?

  • Kelsey Apley says:

    Thanks for sharing this, will def remember those brands when shopping!

  • AutumnSylver says:

    This must have been written a while ago, before Revlon become no longer cruelty free.

  • Anne du Preez says:

    I just read on use this and not that from Peta that we can use Revlon, Ithought they tested on animals, what now???

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