Organix, OGX is a popular drugstore hair care brand, most known for their affordable nourishing shampoo and hair products made with exotic ingredients but is OGX cruelty-free in 2019?
Is OGX Cruelty-Free?
OGX is not cruelty-free in 2019; OGX products are sold in China where animal testing is required by law for all imported cosmetics therefore, OGX is required by law to test on animals in 2019.
It should also be noted that OGX is owned by Johnson & Johnson, a parent corporation that does test on animals on animals when required by law in 2019.
OGX Cruelty-Free Status
OGX was once known to be a cruelty-free brand but OGX was removed from PETA’s cruelty-free list when they found out OGX was sold in mainland China where animal testing for imported cosmetics is required by law.
Here is OGX statement about their animal testing policy from their website’s FAQ page:
OGX Sold in China?
When I asked OGX if their products are sold
In addition, Johnson & Johnson, OGX’s parent company is not a cruelty-free corporation and they state in their animal testing policy, “for our personal care products, we do not conduct animal testing or ask others to test on our behalf, except when required by law”
Below is a screenshot of Johnson & Johnson’s animal testing policy:
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