We all know that most of the products we use on our bodies ranging from drugs to ordinary things like soaps, are not tested on actual human beings before they’re released out for sale. Beauty products that are going to be used by human beings should be made free from every possible chemical (like the products from 100% Pure) so that they can be tested on humans before they’re sent out for sale.
In this article, we’re going to look at some of the worst beauty products that are produced by companies that test their products on animals. Follow me through this article, and you might dump a few beauty products that you’ve been stuck with.
1. New York Lash Stiletto Ultimate Length Mascara by Maybelline
Maybelline is one of the famous names in the American cosmetic market. They’ve been known to be cruelty-free (meaning that they don’t test their products on animals) for years until they recently released news that they’re now going to be testing their products on animals. This is probably because they’re moving the market to China, where every product has to be tested on animals.
In one honest review by a customer, she claims that she “hates” Maybelline mascara, but “hate” is a strong word.
2. Sugar Sugar by Revlon
Revlon is another company that is not cruelty-free and still puts out terrible products. One customer stated that the Revlon Sugar Sugar lip topping is a waste of money. Another one claims that the product feels like having sugar in your lips, sticky and annoying. Another angry customer says the product is tasteless, to begin with, and that the name is misleading.
In my opinion, if they tested this product on real humans, they could have done better with it.
3. Healthy Skin Glow Sheers by Neutrogena
Although Neutrogena claims that they’re working on being completely cruelty-free, they still test some of their products on animals where required by the government. This is mainly due to their entry into the Chinese market.
One customer, in a review, said that their Healthy Skin Glow Sheers is a total “…waste of money” and isn’t worth the hype. Another customer said she was excited to buy the product until she realized that the foundation actually made her face excessively oily against her hopes.
4. Micro Liner Ultra Fine Lining Pencil by L’Oreal Paris
L’Oreal Paris still tests their products on animals when they’re required to do so by the government. We all know that they’re new entrants into the Chinese market, and it is why they have to test on animals. They claim to do everything possible to ensure that they’re cruelty-free soon.
Their lining pencil has gotten lots and lots of bad reviews from people who have actually used them. One customer stated that “…the color was so light…” And it didn’t feel or look like she even had anything on her face.
These are just a few of the numerous terrible products by companies that still test on animals.