Native Deodorant is Never Tested on Animals. Ever.

Is Native Deodorant ever tested on animals?

Native Deodorant is never tested on animals, except humans who volunteer to test our products. We have never tested on animals, and have never asked any other party to test on animals on our behalf. This will never change.

Do other companies really test on animals? 

In 2010, the United States Department of Agriculture reported that 97,123 animals suffered pain during experiments while being given no anesthesia for relief, including 1,395 primates, 5,996 rabbits, 33,652 guinea pigs, and 48,015 hamsters. Minnesota used more cats for testing than any other state (2,703), New Jersey used the most dogs (6,077), and Massachusetts used the most primates (7,458). The United States, along with Gabon, are the only two countries that allow experimentation on chimpanzees.

What can I do to make a difference?

A bipartisan bill called the Humane Cosmetics Act was introduced by Martha McSally (R-AZ), Don Beyer (D-VA), Joe Heck (R-NV) and Tony Cárdenas (D-CA) and aims to phase out animal testing.  You can read about the act here, and urge your local Representative and Senator to support the legislation.