Manufacturers frequently make changes to their product ingredients, formulations or labeling, and older versions may still be on store shelves or in your home. When possible, EWG's Guide rates all available versions. It's important to read the label every time you shop, even though many labels don't offer complete information.
Top scoring factors: Poor disclosure; Some concern for skin irritation/allergies/damage; acute aquatic toxicity; respiratory effects
Top scoring factors: Poor disclosure; May contain ingredients with potential for respiratory effects; chronic aquatic toxicity; skin irritation/allergies/damage
PETA: Companies That Do Test on Animals
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, a leading international animal rights advocacy organization, has identified companies that "either test on animals or pay a laboratory to conduct tests on animals."