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Are you against animal testing? Yes, 100%

Do you still use products that were tested on animals? No, I go out of my way to purchase things that havent been tested on animals. I do however have many products that I purchased before Nov, when i became aware of all this stuff and went vegan. I am using up those products and/or donating them away... out of respect to the animal who lost their life for that product.

Do you still use products from companies that test on animals? I do my best. When I realize it, I dont but the product. but just the other day I got some pringles cause i checked to be sure the ingredients were vegan and i was happy with that, not until later when i realized they are made by procter & gamble wtf?? so... i do my best not to, but i still make mistakes
 

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Proctor and Gamble Products

Why boycot P&G?

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Febreze Air Fresheners
Antiperspirants & Deodorants
Old Spice

Secret
Baby & Child Care
Charmin

Children's Pepto

Dreft

Luvs

Pampers

Pampers Kandoo

Puffs

Batteries

Duracell
Body Wash & Soap
Camay

Ivory

Noxzema

Olay

Old Spice

Safeguard

Zest
Colognes
Old Spice
Commercial Products
Cosmetics

CoverGirl

Max Factor
Dish Washing
Cascade

Dawn

Ivory

Joy
Feminine Care
Always

Tampax

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Hair Care
Aussie

Head & Shoulders

Herbal Essences

Infusium 23

Pantene
Hair Color
Health Care
Align

Braun

Fibersure

Metamucil

Pepto-Bismol

Prilosec OTC

PUR

ThermaCare

Vicks
Household Cleaners
Bounty

Febreze Air Fresheners

Mr. Clean

Mr. Clean AutoDry Carwash

Swiffer
Laundry & Fabric Care
Bounce

Cheer

Downy

Dreft

Era

Febreze Air Fresheners

Gain

Ivory

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Oral Care
Braun

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Crest Glide

Crest Whitestrips

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Bounty

Charmin

Puffs

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Eukanuba

Iams
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Actonel

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Dantrium

Dantrium IV

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Enablex

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BOSS

BOSS SKIN

bruno banani

ESCADA

Ghost

Giorgio Beverly Hills

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LACOSTE

NAOMI CAMPBELL

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Valentino
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Gillette M3Power

Gillette SatinCare

Gillette Venus
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Braun

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Unfortunately, I chose this one: against testing; do NOT use tested products, but still use products from companies that do test.

I need to get a little wallet guide. I had one but it was outdated or something. I have cut out just about all of those things, though. Finding more natural alternatives is a great way, too.

Thanks for the list, troub. I see 2-3 things on there I still use so my list has gone waaaay down. I just need to find alternatives for those.
 

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Well, I am against animal testing...
but frankly speaking I may use products that havve been tested on animals without wanting to do so...for example, my sister has been on Dantrium for so long but we won't know if it has been tested on animals or not...well, I think sometime we can't do anything because I use many products too like Olay and so on...
 

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Are you against animal testing? against

Do you still use products that were tested on animals? no

Do you still use products from companies that test on animals? no

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Those are my intentions. Sometimes I do get it wrong, I am misguided or mistaken, but this is the life I lead to the best of my ability.
 

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Sometimes it is difficult to not purchase items that do animal testing.

Being a student, I cannot financially choose which items I can and cannot buy. If a product, such as face wash was on sale, I would purchase the cheaper one. I know that is selfish of me to do that, but sometimes it can be difficult for me to handle purchasing items that are made from companies that do not do animal testing.
 

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Are you against animal testing? Totally all the way.

Do you still use products that were tested on animals? Of course not! I never buy P & G items. I don't use makeup, so I don't have to worry about whether or not it was tested on animals. My brother thinks that it's stupid that I don't buy Pringles, but he is pretty dim when it comes to issues other than the white sox...

Do you still use products from companies that test on animals? I try not to. Like I said, you won't find any P & G items in my section of the house, though my parents believe otherwise. I mean, that money that goes into your purchase is used to pay for their animal testing, so if you buy from them anyway, you basically defeat the purpose.
 
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