Animal Testing

Clorox does not conduct or ask third parties to conduct on its behalf any animal testing on products or ingredients within the Clorox product portfolio unless that testing is required by law and there is no available alternative. When the law requires such tests, Clorox selects highly qualified contract research facilities that comply with all applicable animal welfare standards. When legal requirements allow alternative methods, including the use of in vitro testing, Clorox will use alternative methods.

We have brands in our portfolio that ensure none of their products or ingredients are ever subject to animal testing by suppliers or regulatory authorities. For example, our natural personal care portfolio has a certified commitment with the Leaping Bunny program to never conduct such testing for Burt’s Bees products and ingredients.

We are committed to ending animal testing in our industry. We are and will continue to be relentless in our efforts to replace such testing by using existing data and alternative tests in all aspects of product safety testing. We will continue to be active leaders in the creation, development and validation of alternative methods to proving product safety.

Click here to read The Clorox Company Animal Testing Statement