It’s been so long since I’ve done one of these! Don’t worry, I’ve been collecting more celebs for you guys.
Here’s my Part III list of celebrities who endorse products that test on animals.
1. Selena Gomez Company—Pantene
She’s so pretty and while I am a little upset that her relationship with Justin Beiber fizzled, I’m more upset at the fact that I saw her in an ad for Pantene shampoo! Did you guys know that Pantene is owned by Proctor and Gamble? They conduct huge amounts of animal testing in the U.S and their products include Charmin, Crest, Dawn, Herbal Essences… and many, many more.
2. Miranda Kerr Company—Clear Scalp and Hair
This former Victoria’s Secret model has been featured in ads for hair care products Clear Scalp and Hair (weird name, right?) Unilever owns this company. Unilever is another big animal testing player that owns brands such as Dermalogica, Dove, Lipton, Axe, Hellmann’s mayonnaise, Vaseline, Ben & Jerry’s, and I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter. Yes, some of those were food products. Since when did buying food mean supporting animal testing?
3. Barbara Palvin Company—L’Oreal
Do you know this woman? I’ve been seeing her everywhere, it feels like. She’s a L’Oreal makeup model and is also a model and actress from Hungary. Another celeb who’s taking part in convincing people to buy products that test on animals!
4. Leslie Mann Company—Jergens
Took me a little bit to find out who this lady is. For some reason, the only movie I can remember her being is in Orange County (LOVE that movie!) Anyway, I saw her in an ad for Jergens lotion. The ad pictured is another ad she’s in. Jergens might be its own company, but they still participate in animal testing for their products.
Oh, and I love how their website says their products are for “healthier-looking skin”. The key word in that sentence is “looking”!
5. Naomi Watts Company—L’Oreal
Yeah, she’s modeling for them. Sucks. I see L’Oreal advertisements everywhere. They test on animals, people! Do you WANT to support the torture of bunnies, kittens, puppies, and monkeys? I certainly don’t.
6. Kate Moss Company—Rimmel
Rimmel London is a makeup company brand owned by Coty, Inc. Coty is well-known for animal testing (we’ll see them again later in this post). No, Kate Moss! I guess this isn’t her first round of helping people advertise their animal-tested products, though.
7. Janelle Monae Company—Covergirl
To be honest, I wasn’t really sure who this was. I had to look her up. Saw her in a Covergirl ad. Did you guys know that Covergirl is also owned by Proctor and Gamble? Ah!!! Stay AWAY.
8. Jennifer Lawrence Company—Dior
When I first heard about Jennifer Lawrence, I read an interview with her in Rolling Stone magazine that absolutely appalled me. But then I saw her with Bradley Cooper in Silver Linings Playbook. So I like her a little more now. But then I saw her in an ad for Dior. They test!
Needless to say, I have a lot of conflicting feelings about Jennifer Lawrence. And no, I’m not a Hunger Games fan.
9. Larry the Cable Guy Company—Proctor and Gamble (Prilosec OTC)
You have to have seen this dude in advertisements for Prilosec OTC. Yet ANOTHER product that’s owned by Proctor and Gamble. Not sure why anyone would want to buy a product that he was on, but in case you were thinking about it, no. Just no.
10. Karlie Kloss Company—L’Oreal
This former Victoria’s Secret model has a thing for torturing bunnies. You can tell by the look in eyes. Seen her in a ton of L’Oreal advertisements recently. They test on animals and are selling you chemical-filled products all so you can look fake (or real, I guess).
11. Giselle Bündchen Company—Chanel
Yeah, they test on animals. Do I need to say anymore? And what is up with these former Victoria’s Secret models just making a killing in the cosmetics industry? They’re not helping out anyone but themselves.
12. Marion Cotillard Company—Dior
Dior again? Ick. This famous actress from Inception is modeling for them. Stay away from their fragrances. Did you know that fragrances contain carcinogenic chemicals? It’s true. And the manufacturer doesn’t even have to disclose to you what the heck is in there. Thanks, Marion for making animals and people alike suffer.
13. Zoe Salanda Company—L’Oreal
This movie star from Avatar and Drumline has recently popped up in L’Oreal advertisements. Why do these gorgeous women feel the need to not only wear make-up but appear in an ad that convinces others to wear it? Oh, and in case you forgot, L’Oreal tests on animals.
14. Lea Seydoux Company—Louis Vuitton
This girl is not only gorgeous but had an amazing role in the popular movie, Blue Is the Warmest Color. I was really saddened to see her gorgeous self in an advertisement for Louis Vuitton fragrances, which test on animals.
15. Gigi Hadid Company—Maybelline
Not surprising to see a model in an advertisement for makeup, but come on. Guess who Maybelline is owned by? L’Oreal. You can tell this girl is wearing a ton of makeup, jeez.
16. Susan Somers Company—L’Oreal
This all-around business lady has a lot of things going for her. Didn’t know she could be a model for a company that participates in animal torture as well.
17. Zendaya Company—Covergirl
Looks like this TV star has finally made her way to big stardom—advocating for bunny torture and shitty cosmetics! I can’t help it, I’m a mom to four rabbits. I get pissed.
18. Stella Maxwell Company—Guess
Another Victoria’s Secret model! Wha what? This beauty was seen by me in an advertisement for Guess fragrances. Guess fragrances are made by Coty Inc., a company that participates in animal testing. Boo!
19. Lily Aldridge Company—Michael Kors
Not real excited to see yet another Victoria’s Secret model in an advertisement for Michael Kors fragrance. They test on animals!
20. Margot Robbie Company—Calvin Klein
This Austrailian actress was spotted by me in an ad for Calvin Klein fragrances. Noo!
21. Johnny Depp Company—Dior
Ok yeah, have to say I was so surprised to see this sexy devil in an ad for Dior cologne. Don’t get me wrong, he looks great. It’s just… animal testing?
That’s it for the bash fest part III! I highly encourage you to educate yourself about the products that you’re buying. You have the opportunity to change the world with your purchases. Choose companies that actually care about the planet and don’t sell you toxic chemicals and products that needed to be tested on animals before you use them. Real, healthy products never need to be tested on animals before a human uses them.
Animal testing is inaccurate and unethical. Spend a couple more dollars and feel good about what you buy. It’s not that hard. Doing a Google search will tell you if the makers of the product test on animals.
A note on the photos: All of these photos were sourced from free legal media sources.
Together, we can all make a difference! THESE celebrities, however, are only making the world a poorer place by advocating for these products. Don’t buy into the advertisements. Choose for yourself.