What about animal testing for skin care products?

Love the website, thanks. I've searched the site, but I haven't found a list of recommended products that don't test on animals. I know lots of people don't mind, but it's important to some of us, and I think it'd be a welcome addition to the site. Thanks, Chloe

Hi Chloe –  

I agree and since the EU now bans products that are testing on animals, most of the companies who market and sell there have addressed that issue.   Also, the Environmental Working Group site often has more up to date information than I could ever hope to maintain.   I don’t always agree with their assessments of products but I often do. 

 Dr. I

 

Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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