Saturday, November 27, 2010

░ Update: Retraction; No More Lancome ░

"If you have men who will exclude any of God's creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity, you will have men who will deal likewise with their fellow men." 
-St. Francis of Assisi
I am taking back what I said about wanting to purchase Lancome makeup products this Christmas.  I am not going to be a hypocrite and say I am against animal testing but still purchase products from firms who test on animals. I must  admit I blinded myself for a moment there (while constructing my wishlist); I really wanted to try Lancome and I thought it would be alright if I did even though I know for a fact how they test the products on animals. All the undercover videos from Peta came rushing back in my memory. And then I knew what I should do...Consider this a retraction. I am and will always be animal testing. 
No more Lancome for Christmas or any occasions! 


  1. how did you know lancome tests on animals?

  2. Yes, Nadine! No to animal testing!!!
    Anonymous, it's a well known fact that they do. Search the internet.

  3. are there any make-up brands in the philippines that do not test on animals? L'Oreal does too and so does Maybelline.

  4. CLICK ON THE LINK, whoever you are. I DO NOT USE L'OREAL AND FOR MAYBELLINE READ THIS: "Maybelline, Inc. (L'Oréal), P.O. Box 372, Memphis, TN 38101-0372 °901-324-03101, Maybelline, one subsidiary of L'Oréal, has provided PETA with a statement confirming that it does not test its products or ingredients on animals. "


    It says here Maybelline does animal testing. And so does Ponds.