Is Super Facialist Cruelty Free?

Super Facialist is a cruelty-free brand, does not test on animals and never ask others to do so on their behalf.

They strive to deliver formulations that help the skin achieve its perfect balance, plus optimum radiance and health.

Is Super Facialist tested on animals?

Is the Super Facialist Retinol+ range cruelty-free? Yes, we’re delighted to let you know that the entire Retinol+ range is cruelty-free and vegan-friendly – we do not test on animals, nor do we ask any third parties to do so on our behalf.

Is Jurlique cruelty free?

Jurlique is NOT cruelty-free. This means that this brand tests on animals or finances animal testing. Some brands that fall under this category test on animals where required by law, which means they’re not cruelty-free.

Is rodial cruelty free?

Rodial is cruelty-free but NOT 100% vegan. Rodial is cruelty-free (their products and ingredients aren’t tested on animals, and they don’t sell their products where animal testing is required by law) but NOT 100% vegan, as some of the brand’s products contain animal or animal-derived ingredients.

Is Proactiv cruelty free?

Is Proactiv Cruelty-Free? Answer: At this time, we would not consider Proactiv to be a cruelty-free brand. Proactiv claims they do not test their finished products on animals, however, was unable to claim if their ingredients are tested on animals or not.

Is retinol tested on animals?

There’s an understandable misconception that all retinol ingredients are animal derived—many, many of them are! Fortunately, conscious companies and innovations in beauty science have brought us vegan retinol and vegan vitamin A products with lab-created retinol and plant-based vitamin A.

Is Colgate cruelty free?

Colgate is NOT cruelty-free. This means that this brand tests on animals or finances animal testing.

Does the Body Shop test on animals?

Yes. The Body Shop was the first global beauty brand to fight against animal testing in cosmetics and was the first company to be certified with the Leaping Bunny logo in 1997. Aesop is a cruelty-free company listed by PETA and has never tested products or ingredients on animals since its inception in 1987.

Is tresemme cruelty free?

Tresemme is NOT cruelty-free. This means that this brand tests on animals or finances animal testing.

Are Dove products cruelty free?

Global consumer products giant Unilever is demanding a worldwide ban on animal testing, as its largest personal care brand, Dove, gains PETA accreditation as cruelty-free. From 2019, all Dove products will feature the PETA cruelty-free logo on the packaging.

Are Korean beauty products cruelty free?

“Korea has strict laws against animal testing, and they even impose a fine if a company tests on animals or distributes products within that have experimented on animals,” Soko Glam founder Charlotte Cho explains. Not only is Aromatica vegan and cruelty-free, its products are also organic and all-natural.

Is NYX cruelty free?

NYX Cosmetics Is Now Vegan-Friendly! NYX Cosmetics was acquired by a non-cruelty-free giant cosmetic brand, L’Oreal in 2014, but thankfully NYX Cosmetics has maintained their commitment to a strict no animal testing policy and is a cruelty-free brand.