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Neutrogena

Johnson & Johnson

our verdict

This brand is not cruelty free. Many ingredients used are questionable.  zoobop suggests using verified clean, green, cruelty free alternatives which are good for you and the planet.

1.7

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why this score ?

Neutrogena is not clean.
Criteria

synthetic free

naturally derived

organic certified

Ingredients used in products can be toxic to humans. Please tap the icons for more details under each criteriato understand why.

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Hazard index: according to global standards. Please tap the ingredients to know more

7-10

potential human toxins.

3-6

moderate human toxins.

1-2

low or no human toxins

  • NO
  • YES
  • UNCLEAR
  • NOT ALL

synthetic free

Some Products Contain Fragrance~, Colour~, Propyl Paraben, Methyl Paraben, Ethyl Paraben, Retinol, Retinyl Palmitate, Oxybenzone, Retinyl Acetate, Octinoxate, Talc, B.H.A, M.I.T, DMDM Hydantoin, Diazolidinyl Urea, Isobutane, T.E.A, M.E.A, B.H.T, S.L.E.S, S.L.S, , P.E.Gs~, PPGs~, P.T.F.E, Alcohol Denat, Isoparaffin, C.A.P.B~, P.G, Carbomer, Tocopherol, Dimethicone, Phenoxyethanol, EDTA

~can be natural/ synthetic derived

naturally derived

Some Products Contain Petrolatum, Fragrance~, Colour~, P.E.Gs~, PPGs~, Paraffin Oil, Paraffinum Liquidum, Petrolatum Liquid, Petroleum Oil, White Mineral Oil And White Oil which are all mineral oils.">Mineral Oil, Mica~**, Palm Oil*, Paraffin, Carrageenan

~can be natural/ synthetic derived
*sustainable source /Parent brand part of RSPO
**brand gives no information on ethical source
To know more about mica and how it can be unethically sourced, watch this post, https://www.zoobop.com/post-detail.aspx?id=4

organic certified

Neutrogena is not green.
Criteria

earth safe

recycle material

Ingredients used in products are eco pollutants.Brand's recycling policies are poor and not green. Please tap the icons for more details under each criteriato understand why.

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  • NO
  • YES
  • UNCLEAR
  • NOT ALL

earth safe

Though Parent brand claims to be a responsible sourcer, the ingredients used in some products are not earth friendly.
Some products contain Petrolatum, Formaldehyde Releasers, B.H.T, B.H.A, Parabens, Oxybenzone, Palm Oil*, Talc**, Mineral Oils, Octinoxate, S.L.E.S, S.L.S, P.T.F.E, VP Copolymer, Acrylates Copolymer***, P.E.Gs, Zinc Oxide****

*sustainable source/ Parent brand part of RSPO
To know more about Palm Oil & its impact on forests wildlife & the environment, check this post https://www.zoobop.com/post-detail1.aspx

Petrolatum is bad for the planet & you, brands using this ingredient need to use a conscious alternate.
To understand why Petrolatum should be avoided as an ingredient check this post https://www.zoobop.com/post-detail.aspx?id=6

**unclear if this is asbestos free / we have asked brand for more information
***not clear if this is water soluble or a micro plastic, we have asked the brand for clarity
****unclear if this is non nano/ we have asked the brand for further information

recycle material

Brand uses glass, metal & plastic for their product packaging.
We have asked them for more information on their recycling policies and PCR content.

Parent Brand claims to be participating in recycling programs. However, Post-consumer collection of packaging components is not available in all areas where products are sold. In developing and third world countries all waste & plastic ends up in landfills.

What this means is, that larger Corporations like Unilever ( their parent brand) have an EPR mandate (by law) to ensure all empties are collected and recycled in a proper way. Though this is done in a lot of countries, unfortunately in developing and third world countries all waste & plastic ends up in landfills. Primarily due to poor regulatory laws and bigger Corporations shrugging their responsibility when convenient.

We feel the brand should go the extra mile and collect their empties to ensure proper disposal in all locations they sell here or have a take back scheme introduced like many conscious brands do, at their store locations globally , and not just where convenient.

Neutrogena is not cruelty free.
Criteria

cruelty free

100% vegan

This brand tests on animals when required by law. By testing on animals, brand can no longer be considered vegan friendly.

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  • NO
  • YES
  • UNCLEAR
  • NOT ALL

cruelty free

On PETA list of brands to avoid
Brand tests on animals when required by law.

It should be noted that their Parent Brand too tests on animals when required by law.

100% vegan

By testing on animals brand can no longer be considered vegan friendly.
Some Products Contain Beeswax, Collagen, Keratin, Lanolin, Benzoic Acid~, Panthenol~, Squalane~ , Stearic Acid, Glycerin~, Cetyl Alcohol~, Lactic Acid~, Allantoin~, P.E.G 4~, P.E.G 5~, P.E.G 6~, P.E.G 8~, P.E.G 9~, P.E.G 10~, P.E.G 15~, P.E.G 16~, P.E.G 18~, P.E.G 20~, P.E.G 30~, P.E.G 32~, P.E.G 55~, P.E.G 60~, P.E.G-75~, P.E.G-80~, P.E.G 100~, P.E.G 120~

~can be plant/ animal/ synthetic derived

Neutrogena is honest.
Criteria

honesty

Though brand is transparent with labelling, they need to clearly indicate transparency in sourcing of ingredients like Mica.

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  • NO
  • YES
  • UNCLEAR
  • NOT ALL

honesty

Though brand is transparent with labelling, they need to clearly indicate transparency in sourcing of ingredients like Mica.

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