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Beiersdorf does not conduct tests on animals for cosmetic products.
We believe that the development of cosmetic products must avoid the
utilization of animal tests. This policy not only meets the wishes of
many consumers, but also reflects the progress of scientific research
and the corresponding legal requirements.
For 20 years, Beiersdorf has been successfully developing ‘in
vitro’ alternatives to tests on animals. This work has been conducted in
part with manufacturer associations and expert bodies. Beiersdorf is
one of the world’s leading, best known and accepted research companies
in this area.
We are very active in the European Cosmetic Toiletry and
Perfumery Association (COLIPA), including SCAAT (the Association’s
Steering Committee on Alternatives to Animal Testing) and its special
project teams; in the European Centre for the Validation of Alternative
Methods (ECVAM); and also at OECD level. We are also an active member of
IVTIP (the In Vitro Testing Industrial Platform) and ESTIV (the
European Society of Toxicology In Vitro), and in 2006 we also joined the
EPAA (European Partnership for Alternative Approaches to Animal
Testing), a joint organisation of the European Commission and industry.
Our purpose is the greatest possible safety of our consumers
and compatibility of our cosmetic products by careful selection of the
relevant ingredients. ‘In vitro’ methods, i.e. tests performed in test
tubes rather than on animals, are very important in this context. After
obtaining acceptable in vitro results, we test the compatibility and
effect of developmental and final products ‘in vivo’ on human