Recently my manager has received samples of Loreal Shampoo and Conditioner,
She wants to buy beauty products that are not tested on animals,
and she knew Loreal was not "Not tested on Animals",
so she knew she was not going to buy the shampoo and conditioner as long as
they were from Loreal, but she did not want to throw the samples away, so she
decided to use, But ..
Surprise! she found the words " Vegan" "Not tested on Animals" on the package.
|Can you see the right top of the tube says 100% Vegan?|
|V means Vegan|
|the magazine ad|
|Not tested on Animals!|
also "Not tested on Animals".
|package of the Nutrogena natural: see? the bunny means "Not tested on animals".|
there are not many choice as you might know.
Some stores carry Vegan products lately ( I mean certified ones such as Alba Botanica,
Yes to.., Bart's Bees) , but not enough to choose, and yet expensive,
So if the familiar brand like Nutrogena and Loreal sell "Not tested on Animals" products,
it'll be very convenient, and helpful. it gives us more choice.
But can we buy those products?
this does not mean many other products from Loreal and Nutrogena are
this is very confusing. we want to buy Vegan products with words "Not tested on animals"
but if we buy those Loreal shampoo or Nutrogena Natural skincare products,
the money will go and support the companies who are not 100% vegan.
why do those companies make and sell those vegan products if they are not 100% certified vegan companies?
I want to see the bunny or the words " not tested on animals" on all products from
those companies in the future. (I hope)