TK MAXX has privileged a beauty cream from its shelves since it contains dickey oil.
Elizavecca Donkey Creamy Cleansing Melting Cream claims the part helps contend moisture.
But animal campaigners contend the animals are being stolen and slaughtered for cosmetics, quite in Africa.
Rachel Bhageerutty, from Brooke, said: “Donkeys via the world, generally Africa, are being stolen and mostly killed in vicious and brutal ways to make mostly inhumanely slaughtered products that are being sole in the UK.
“Retailers and consumers should be wakeful of the stories behind these supposed beauty products.
“Around 400 donkeys in Kenya alone are being killed every day.”
“Something must be finished – at the rate donkeys are being killed, in just 20 years’ time the donkeys in these areas may all be gone.”
She added: “We are very gratified that TK Maxx listened to animal gratification concerns lifted by Brooke and has taken quick action.”
The shop sequence said: “We conclude that this issue was brought to the attention. We take matters of this inlet seriously and have educated the stores to mislay this product from sale.
“A standard store receives several deliveries a week with any delivery containing thousands of items, so the occasional blunder may start but we always act fast to put things right.”