This is tricky. Most products that are not tested on animals will take pride in the fact and secure their product with a label that states that it has not been tested on animals.
However, if the product states that it has not been tested on animals, this could also mean that finished product was not tested on animals, but all of the individual ingredients may or may not be tested on animals. This is a loophole in the advertising laws that allows manufacturers to put such labels on their products.
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