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It's your choice...do with this information what you will.

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Arm & Hammer (Church & Dwight), P.O. Box 1625, Horsham, PA 19044-6625;
609-683-5900; 800-524-1328; www.armhammer.com

Bic Corporation, 500 Bic Dr., Milford, CT 06460; 203-783-2000; www.bicworld.com

Boyle-Midway (Reckitt Benckiser), 2 Wickman Rd., Toronto, ON M8Z 5M5
Canada; 416-255-2300

Braun (Gillette Company), 400 Unicorn Park Dr., Woburn, MA 01801;
800-272-8611; www.braun.com

Chesebrough-Ponds (Fabergé, Ponds, Vaseline), 800 Sylvan Ave., Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632; 800-743-8640; www.pondssquad.com

Church & Dwight (Aim, Arm & Hammer, Arrid, Brillo, Close-up, Ladys Choice, Mentadent, Nair, Pearl Drops), P.O. Box 1625, Horsham, PA 19044-6625;
609-683-5900; 800-524-1328; www.churchdwight.com

Clairol (Aussie, Daily Defense, Herbal Essences, Infusium 23, Procter & Gamble), 40 W. 57th St., 23rd Fl., New York, NY 10019; 212-541-2740; 800-223-5800; www.clairol.com

Clorox (ArmorAll, Brita, Formula 409, Fresh Step, Glad, Liquid Plumber, Pine-Sol, Soft Scrub, S.O.S., Tilex), 1221 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94612; 510-271-7000;
800-227-1860; www.clorox.com

Colgate-Palmolive Co. (Ajax, Fab, Hills Pet Nutrition, Mennen, Palmolive,
SoftSoap, Speed Stick)
300 Park Ave., New York, NY 10022; 212-310-2000;
800-221-4607; www.colgate.com

Coty (Adidas, Davidoff, Glow, The Healing Garden, JOOP!, Jovan, Kenneth Cole, Lancaster, Marc Jacob, Rimmel, Stetson), 1325 Ave. of the Americas, 324th Fl., New York, NY 10019; 212-389-7000; www.coty.com

Cover Girl (Procter & Gamble), One Procter & Gamble Plz., Cincinnati, OH 45202; 513-983-1100; 800-543-1745; www.covergirl.com

Del Laboratories (CornSilk, LaCross, Naturistics, New York Color, Sally Hansen), 178 EAB Plz., Uniondale, NY 11556; 516-844-2020; 800-952-5080; www.dellabs.com

Dial Corporation (Purex, Renuzit), 15101 N. Scottsdale Rd., Ste. 5028, Scottsdale, AZ 85254-2199; 800-528-0849; www.dialcorp.com

Erno Laszlo, 3202 Queens Blvd., Long Island City, NY 11101; 718-729-4480; www.ernolaszlo.com

Gillette Co. (Braun, Duracell), Prudential Tower Bldg., Boston, MA 02199;
617-421-7000; 800-872-7202; www.gillette.com

Helene Curtis Industries (Finesse, Salon Selectives, Thermasilk, Unilever), 800 Sylvan Ave., Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632; 800-621-2013; www.helenecurtis.com

Johnson & Johnson (Aveeno, Clean & Clear, Neutrogena, ROC), 1 Johnson & Johnson Plz., New Brunswick, NJ 08933; 732-524-0400; 800-526-3967; www.jnj.com

Kimberly-Clark Corp. (Cottonelle, Huggies, Kleenex, Kotex, Pull-Ups, Scott Paper), P.O. Box 619100, Dallas, TX 75261-9100; 800-544-1847; www.kimberly-clark.com

Lever Bros. (Unilever), 800 Sylvan Ave., Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632; 212-888-1260; 800-598-1223; www.unilever.com

LOréal U.S.A. (Biotherm, Cacharel, Garnier, Giorgio Armani, Helena
Rubinstein, Lancôme, Matrix Essentials, Maybelline, Ralph Lauren
Fragrances, Redken, Soft Sheen, Vichy),
575 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10017;
212-818-1500; www.lorealcosmetics.com

Max Factor (Procter & Gamble), One Procter & Gamble Plz., Cincinnati, OH 45202; 513-983-1100; 800-543-1745; www.maxfactor.com

Mead, 10 W. Second St., ..1, Dayton, OH 45402; 937-495-6323; www.meadweb.com

Melaleuca, 3910 S. Yellowstone Hwy., Idaho Falls, ID 83402-6003; 208-522-0700;
www.melaleuca.com

Mennen Co. (Colgate-Palmolive), 191 E. Hanover Ave., Morristown, NJ 07960-3151;
973-631-9000; www.colgate.com

Neoteric Cosmetics, 4880 Havana St., Denver, CO 80239-0019; 303-373-4860

New Dana Perfumes, 470 Oakhill Rd., Crestwood Industrial Park, Mountaintop,
PA 18707; 800-822-8547

Noxell (Procter & Gamble), 11050 York Rd., Hunt Valley, MD 21030-2098;
410-785-7300; 800-572-3232; www.pg.com

Olay Co./Oil of Olay (Procter & Gamble), P.O. Box 599, Cincinnati, OH 45201;
800-543-1745; www.oilofolay.com

Oral-B (Gillette Company), 600 Clipper Dr., Belmont, CA 94002-4119;
415-598-5000; www.oralb.com

Pantene (Procter & Gamble), One Procter & Gamble Plz., Cincinnati, OH 45202;
800-945-7768; www.pantene.com

Pfizer (BenGay, Desitin, Listerine, Lubriderm, Plax, Visine), 235 E. 42nd St., New York, NY 10017-5755; 212-573-2323; www.pfizer.com

Physique (Procter & Gamble), One Procter & Gamble Plz., Cincinnati, OH 45202;
800-214-8957; www.physique.com

Playtex Products (Baby Magic, Banana Boat, Ogilvie), 300 Nyala Farms Rd., Westport, CT 06880; 203-341-4000; www.playtex.com

Procter & Gamble Co. (Clairol, Cover Girl, Crest, Giorgio, Iams, Max Factor, Physique, Tide), One Procter & Gamble Plz., Cincinnati, OH 45202; 513-983-1100; 800-543-1745; www.pg.com

Reckitt Benckiser (Easy Off, Lysol, Mop & Glo, Old English, Resolve, Spray N Wash, Veet, Woolite), 1655 Valley Rd., Wayne, NJ 07474-0943; 973-633-3600;
800-232-9665; www.reckittbenckiser.com

Richardson-Vicks (Procter & Gamble), One Procter & Gamble Plz., Cincinnati, OH 45202; 513-983-1100; 800-543-1745; www.pg.com

Sally Hansen (Del Laboratories), 565 Broad Hollow Rd., Farmingdale, NY 11735;
516-293-7070; 800-645-9888; www.sallyhansen.com

Schering-Plough (Bain de Soleil, Coppertone, Dr. Scholls), 1 Giralda Farms, Madison, NJ 07940-1000; 201-822-7000; 800-842-4090; www.sch-plough.com

S.C. Johnson (Drano, Edge, Fantastik, Glade, OFF!, Oust, Pledge, Scrubbing Bubbles, Shout, Skintimate, Windex, Ziploc), 1525 Howe St., Racine, WI 53403;
800-494-4855; www.scjohnson.com

SoftSoap Enterprises (Colgate-Palmolive), 300 Park Ave., New York, NY 10022;
800-221-4607; www.colgate.com

Suave (Unilever), 800 Sylvan Ave., Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632; 212-888-1260;
800-782-8301; www.suave.com

3M
(Post-It, Scotch), 3M Center, St. Paul, MN 55144-1000; 651-733-1110; 800-364-3577; www.3m.com

Unilever (Axe, Calvin Klein, Dove, Helene Curtis, Lever Bros., Suave), 800 Sylvan Ave., Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632; 212-888-1260; 800-598-1223; www.unilever.com
 

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Whew - is there anything left to use? I really did not see anything on the list that was a life and death matter and needed an animals life to test for it. This has been going on for years, you would think that it would have been brought under control more than this by now.
 

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Hug~A~Bully said:
3M Post-it...what do they need animals for? That list is insane!
That is what I was thinking about ADIDAS

And under Claral (spelling??) It lised Proctor and Gamble.....they make EVERYTHING for bathroom/shower useage
 

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The only product I use from that list is Wisk detergent, which is owned by Unilever, but that is soon to stop. I try my hardest not to use anything from a company that tests on animals, but as you can see from the list, it's really hard and you have to go outta your way to make sure you're not buying from them.

Adidas may not test on animals, but it's owned by Coty and Coty probably tests their perfumes on animals.

Some companies that DON'T test on animals are: Schick, Revlon, Personna, and Vidal Sasson.

I carry around a pocket guide that lists Cruelty Free companies. Makes it a lot easier when I'm shopping. Here's a great link for more info. about who does/does not test on animals if anyone is interested:

http://www.caringconsumer.com/resources.asp
 

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I've been getting really picky about what products I use, I read the back and if it says "This product is not tested on animals" I usually buy it. But it is hard to find a product that isn't...

Adidas...that's I dunno, quick run around in the hot sun in your new adidas shoes. Then we'll let the animal sniff if, well if it doesn't pass out or worse...the shoe is good!
 

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Kate, those are perfumes/cologne in that listing... Adidas, Glow, JOOP!, Jovan, Kenneth Cole, Lancaster, Marc Jacob, Stetson are all well known brands.

Dont feel bad tho, when I seen Adidas I thougth the same thing, but when I read on and realized
 

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Sennin said:
I use alot of them, and more than likely will continue to.
Ditto...It helps control the pet over population that everyone on this forum is always crying about


Would you rather they test the products on your children!
 

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ambull040769 said:
Sennin said:
I use alot of them, and more than likely will continue to.
Ditto...It helps control the pet over population that everyone on this forum is always crying about


Would you rather they test the products on your children!

OK, I am laughing out loud at this right now....but do you know why?
it's that frigg'n Emoticon....
That one to me is like hearing someone laugh so hard they can't stop...
it makes you start too...like the contagious yawn...
 

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Animal testing is a necessity. Would you all propose using people as guinea pigs? I love my bulldog to death, but mainly because he's mine and all the time I've invested in him. Being a champion for lab animals is utterly pointless because until these companies come with another alternative, you're all going to have to deal with it. Those low-life hippies who break into labs and free animals just sends the image that they're crazy. Instead of fighting for real-life/life and death issues, they fight the animal cause just for the sake of fighting a cause. It's pathetic. For all those who are complaining, focus your energies elsewhere, where you can make a real difference.
 

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LuvaBULL said:
Febo is an excerpt from a fictional novel "The Skin" by Curzio Malaparte, published in the early 50's. It is a christ-like depiction of death of his dog under vivisection in Pisa.

ALF/ELF have committed more than 600 criminal acts in the United States since 1996, resulting in damages in excess of 43 million dollars. Domestic terrorists, plain and simple. The FBI considers the ALF a terrorist group, whose purpose is to bring about social and political change through the use of force and violence.
 

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I honestly don't know anything about ALF/ELF :oops: ... I was just posting a story pertinent to animal testing. I know it was fictional (and I'm so glad that it is)... but seriously, it's not that far from the truth. Many times people DO steal animals to sell to research. It's disgusting.

Some animal testing is necessary in the pharmaceutical field. I don't think there are too many human volunteers, and that's not really ethical if there WERE volunteers. But the cosmetic world could probably do without the animal testing, IMO.
 

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LuvaBULL said:
I honestly don't know anything about ALF/ELF :oops: ... I was just posting a story pertinent to animal testing. I know it was fictional (and I'm so glad that it is)... but seriously, it's not that far from the truth. Many times people DO steal animals to sell to research. It's disgusting.
Unfortunately your right, there are many horror stories about vivisection of animals, and from what I read...the story of Febo isnt far off from the truth :(
 

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Would you rather they test the products on your children!
No, but there are plenty of low-life, useless criminals serving life in prison who could be the guinea pigs. Why not use them? They're not going anywhere and 99% of them who are in there for life (murders, rapists, child molesters) DESERVE to be tested on. But instead we're footing their bill while they sit back and watch HBO. :roll:

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Animal testing is a necessity. Would you all propose using people as guinea pigs? I love my bulldog to death, but mainly because he's mine and all the time I've invested in him. Being a champion for lab animals is utterly pointless because until these companies come with another alternative, you're all going to have to deal with it. Those low-life hippies who break into labs and free animals just sends the image that they're crazy. Instead of fighting for real-life/life and death issues, they fight the animal cause just for the sake of fighting a cause. It's pathetic. For all those who are complaining, focus your energies elsewhere, where you can make a real difference.
No, it's not a necessity. It's not a requirement to test on animals, and many other countries are against it. See my statement above. Besides, they've already done enough testing in the past for detergents, hairsprays, shampoos, etc. to know what is out there. I don't think we need to continue testing on animals.
 

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LuvaBULL said:
Wouldn't it be great if we could use all the people who commit crimes against animals? Oh that would be sweet justice.
hey, I like this idea...
 

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I don't think it makes a person extreme to have that (their own) opinion. Why not use the murderers, rapists, molesters for there experiments? The ones spending life or going to be executed, use them... not like they're doing anything better with their life.

Though I think it would be hell to be locked up all the time, however it must be nice to be able to go to school/college, work out, watch cable and eat all for free.
 
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