Is Procter & Gamble Cruelty-Free in {2020}?

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Is Procter & Gamble Cruelty-Free in {2020}?


P & G owns many of the household items you use every day. But is
Procter & Gamble cruelty-free or do they test on animals?

Keep reading to learn more.

Is P&G Cruelty Free or Do They Test on Animals?

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Procter & Gamble Animal Testing Policy

Procter & Gamble’s animal testing policy can be found in the policies and practices section of their website. Here is what it says:

“At
P&G, we believe that eliminating animal testing is the right thing
to do. We do not test our products or ingredients on animals anywhere in
the world unless required by law. We are working hard to make it
obsolete. Therefore, we’ve invested more than $410 million in developing
alternative, non-animal testing methods and then getting them accepted
by regulators around the world. Today, we use more than 50 non-animal
alternatives, half of which were invented or co-invented by P&G. We
will continue working with the world’s top independent experts and
partnering with leading animal protection groups such as the Humane
Society of the U.S. to promote new alternatives research and regulatory
acceptance of existing alternatives. This is the only way to eliminate
all animal testing, globally.”

P&G animal testing policy

Does Procter & Gamble Test on Animals?

Yes,
Procter & Gamble does test on animals. They state they don’t test
their products on animals but make the exception to satisfy a country’s
health authorities.

Is Procter & Gamble Certified Cruelty-Free?

No, Procter & Gamble is not certified cruelty-free by Leaping Bunny, PETA, or Choose Cruelty-Free.

In fact, Procter & Gamble is listed on PETA’s list of brands to avoid.

P&G Peta

Is Procter & Gamble Sold in China?

Yes, Procter & Gamble is sold in China. Here is a picture of their Chinese website.

P&G China Website

What Companies Does Procter & Gamble Own?

Below
is a list of brands that are owned by Procter & Gamble. I’ve
indicated the ones that are sold in China and any certified cruelty-free
brands.

The choice is yours on whether to boycott some or
all of Procter & Gamble’s brands. But I would err on the side of
caution for the brands that have no information.

  • Ace
  • Always
  • Ambi Pur
  • Ariel
  • Aussie – PETA CERTIFIED
  • Bounce
  • Braun – SOLD IN CHINA
  • Cascade
  • Cheer
  • Comet
  • Crest – SOLD IN CHINA
  • Dawn
  • Downy
  • Dreft
  • Era
  • Febreze
  • Fixodent
  • Gain
  • Gillette – SOLD IN CHINA
  • Hair Food – PETA CERTIFIED
  • Head & Shoulders – SOLD IN CHINA
  • Herbal Essences
  • Ivory
  • Joy
  • Mr. Clean
  • Native
  • Olay – SOLD IN CHINA
  • Old Spice
  • Oral-B – SOLD IN CHINA
  • Pantene – SOLD IN CHINA
  • Rindex 3en1
  • Safeguard – SOLD IN CHINA
  • Salvo
  • Scope
  • Secret
  • SK-II – SOLD IN CHINA
  • Snowberry
  • Tampax
  • The Art of Shaving
  • Tide – SOLD IN CHINA
  • Venus

Wrap Up: Is Procter & Gamble Cruelty-Free?

No,
Procter & Gamble is not a cruelty-free brand. In their animal
testing policy, they state they do not test on animals. However, Procter
& Gamble chooses to sell in China, a country that requires imported
cosmetics to be tested on animals.

Therefore, Procter & Gamble is not considered to be cruelty-free and will be added to my list of brands that test on animals.

Now
I’d like to hear from you. What are your thoughts about Procter &
Gamble? Will you boycott them completely or use some of their
cruelty-free brands? Please leave your comments below!

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Is P&G Cruelty Free or Do They Test on Animals?

2 comments on “Is Procter & Gamble Cruelty-Free in {2020}?

  1. Thank you for putting this information “out there”. Many of these huge companies are extremely opaque when it comes to anything that will harm their profits, and those of their shareholders and affiliates. To say “no, unless it is required by law” basically means they are selling to specific countries or they are taking the easy, outdated and archaic route, of testing their products on all sorts of animals around the world. They do not disclose stuff such as there are specific companies who breed (yes I know, I have an ulterior motive) beagles for testing. Once this disgusting practice is completed the beagles are deemed surplus and are killed. Many of the beagles have their vocal cords cut so they cannot scream or whine whilst the “procedures” are taking place. They never see grass, the outside world or feel the kindly touch of a gentle person. Bred in captivity to die in captivity, usually so that someone thinks they look beautiful.

    We try to shop ethically but it is difficult due to the size of the companies and their policies of keeping the truth out of the public eye. Organisations such as Beagle Freedom have apps such as “Cruelty Cutter” which scans the bar code and tells you whether the product is cruelty free or not.

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    • I have been fighting animal testing and puppy mills for years, Procter & Gamble sells make up and some cleaning products to China and they are the only country that require animal testing on make up, Procter & Gamble is working to get no animal testing global by 2023, with the scare of coronavirus it may happen sooner! I’ll post out a list of beauty products as soon as Gmail stops freezing up and crashing on me.

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