There are still well known cosmetic companies that test their products on animals. Just because a product is labeled "cruelty free" or "not tested on animals" does not necessarily mean it is true. Cosmetic companies have many loop holes they take. For example, they can hire other companies to test their product for them.
Sensai The Silk ~ High-end Japanese cosmetics company Sensai (which was under Kanebo until 1998) announces the launch of its first perfume line. Since silk is used in all the Sensai products, the perfume line is named The Silk. In August 2015, The Silk Eau de Parfum and The Silk Eau de Toilette launches around the world.
We have found that many well known cosmetic brands are allowing their products to be tested on animals. In addition to this some cosmetic companies are using uncertified cruelty free labelling, as our infographic illustrates. http://www.choice.com.au/reviews-and-tests/food-and-health/beauty-and-personal-care/cosmetics/animal-testing-labelling.aspx?utm_source=pinterest_medium=social_content=link_campaign=campaignname