Diesel Fuel for Life 125ml EDT £32.79 John Lewis
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Diesel Fuel for Life 125ml EDT £32.79 John Lewis

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Found 27th Nov
Free Click and Collect or £3.50 for standard delivery

This is the cheapest I can see for this aftershave.


Description:
A vintage and energetic fragrance, Diesel's Fuel For Life must be used with caution.

Begins with a blazing vibrations of star anise and grapefruit, continues with flashes of raspberry and lavender, ends with passionate waves of heliotrope and vetiver wood.

Top notes: Grapefruit, Anise
Middle notes: Lavender, Raspberry
Base Notes: Vetiver wood, Heliotrope

5 Comments

This smells great but I find it hard to bring my self to buying from companies that test them on animals

Diesel testing on animals?

tothkrisztian37 m ago

Diesel testing on animals?


Almost all perfume companies do. Anyone that sells in China have to.

ItsFrazer6 h, 1 m ago

Almost all perfume companies do. Anyone that sells in China have to.


The testing is done in China, by Chinese companies; it's a requirement of Chinese law. Boycott them.

Also worth pointing out that almost all companies, even the wonderfully ethical ones, use materials which have been previously tested on animals in their products. It's how they can be confident they're safe.

It's also a little known workaround, that cosmetic companies will "research" new materials as pharmaceuticals, so they can legally test them on animals, before using the material in cosmetics.

You might as well boycott ALL cosmetics brands / companies, or boycott China (!), but picking and choosing the few big brands who sell into China, is ridiculous.

johnthehuman36 m ago

The testing is done in China, by Chinese companies; it's a requirement of …The testing is done in China, by Chinese companies; it's a requirement of Chinese law. Boycott them. Also worth pointing out that almost all companies, even the wonderfully ethical ones, use materials which have been previously tested on animals in their products. It's how they can be confident they're safe. It's also a little known workaround, that cosmetic companies will "research" new materials as pharmaceuticals, so they can legally test them on animals, before using the material in cosmetics. You might as well boycott ALL cosmetics brands / companies, or boycott China (!), but picking and choosing the few big brands who sell into China, is ridiculous.


Well using a substance that has previously been tested on animals is not avoidable most the time. Most probably. I just prefer to not buy them to prevent it. But I guess if it only happened once and that it. But it will happen with all there new stuff as well.
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