The short answer: No, Rexona is not cruelty free. Manufactured and distributed by Unilever, Rexona is a deodorant and antiperspirant brand that was previously owned by Helene Curtis Industries, Inc. It was developed by an Australian couple, Samuel and Alice Sheffer, back in 1908. The brand was sold in different forms such as aerosols, pumps,… Continue reading Is Rexona Cruelty Free?
The short answer: No, Dove is not entirely cruelty free. The long answer: Dove is a personal care brand that was established in 1957. It first sold its revolutionary beauty cleansing bar, and gradually expanded to moisturising body washes, body creams, and even a baby-friendly category. It is currently owned by Unilever, which also produces… Continue reading Is Dove Cruelty Free?
The short answer: Avon is not yet certified as cruelty free. The long answer: Founded in 1886 by David H. McConnell, Avon is a multi-level marketing company that sells beauty, household, and personal care products. It is sold globally in over 100 countries, and in 2019, the company claimed that they became “the first global… Continue reading Is Avon Cruelty Free?
The short answer: No, Garnier is not entirely cruelty free. The long answer: Garnier belongs to L’Oreal, a French personal care company that claims it “does not test any of its products on animals and has been at the forefront of alternative methods for over 30 years.” Nevertheless, it sells its products in China—a country… Continue reading Is Garnier Cruelty Free?
The short answer: No, NIVEA is not entirely cruelty free. The long answer: Beiersdorf Global AG, the company that owns NIVEA (as well as Aquaphor), states that it does not conduct product tests on animals. When you visit its Australian website, it states, “We believe animal testing is not required to prove the safety and… Continue reading Is NIVEA Cruelty Free?