I rarely use hair products in my hair that I don’t make myself, and when I do I try to use products that were not tested on animals so I could have frizz-free hair. Here are some hair product brands that don’t test on animals, and where you can buy them.
VO5 does not test on animals, and can be found in any store that sells shampoo, even the dollar stores. VO5 has an added bonus too, it’s one of the cheapest brands of hair care products, and has a line ranging from shampoo to frizz control, and is a popular brand everyone is familiar with.
Physician’s Formula doesn’t test on animals, either. I’m not too familiar with this particular brand, but have seen it at Wal-Mart. I think I bought a bronzer from this brand once, and really liked it. If I remember right, they are a bit pricey, but a quality product.
Tresemme doesn’t test on animals, and is the shampoo and conditioner I buy the most when I’m not making my own shampoo and conditioner. You can buy this popular and fairly cheap brand at Family Dollar, Wal-Mart, Walgreens, basically anywhere that sells shampoo and conditioner. Their line is fairly extensive in hair sprays, gels, shine sprays etc as well.
Paul Mitchell (which is too rich for my blood) doesn’t test on animals. Good to know since I know his name is popular in hair. I think you can buy his products at Wal-Mart and hair salons.
Burt’s Bees doesn’t test on animals, which didn’t surprise me in the least. Their line of hand soaps, lip glosses, and shampoos and conditioners can be found at Wal-Mart, health food stores, and basically anywhere that major product lines in hair care are sold. I love their tinted lip glosses.
Got2B is one of my most favorite hair care products. I used to get their putty for when my hair was pixie short. They’re not too expensive and have an attractive line at Wal-Mart. I knew they were not a company that tests on animals since Pamela Anderson was promoting the product, and is a some-time ambassador of PETA. I really like this stuff.
These are just a few of the many hair care products that do not test on animals. Go to peta2.com to see a full list of non-animal testing hair care and makeup products (updated often). I just included the common brands that are easily accessible that many people are familiar with.