As most of you know, there’s been some confusion about Milani and Jordana’s cruelty-free status lately. This week, I was informed of great news from PETA’s cosmetics testing division, Beauty Without Bunnies:
Milani Cosmetics and Jordana Cosmetics, two popular, affordable, and widely available brands of cosmetics, sold at Walgreens, CVS, Duane Reade, Kmart, and other stores, have just joined PETA’s list of cruelty-free companies.
The companies have provided PETA with written assurances that they do not conduct, commission, or pay for tests on animals anywhere in the world. Both will also carry PETA’s cruelty-free logo.
“Compassionate consumers will be thrilled to conveniently find cruelty-free products at their local drugstore, proving that cruelty-free beauty doesn’t have to come at a high price, for animals or humans,” said PETA Senior Vice President Kathy Guillermo. “It’s a win-win situation for caring customers—great products, great prices, and the knowledge that no animal ever suffers during their production.”
To check out Milani Cosmetics’ and Jordana Cosmetics’ new listings, please visit PETA’s searchable online database of 1,400-plus cruelty-free companies. You can also order you own free copy of PETA’s global Cruelty-Free Shopping Guide to take with you every time you shop.
Why I Can’t Wait To Go Makeup Shopping from PETA
Beauty Without Bunnies Hops Towards a Cruelty-Free World from Global Animal