For today's Is (BLANK) Cruelty Free? I'm going to be focusing on the brand First Aid Beauty, which I often receive in my subscription boxes or bags as the skin care item. Earlier this year there was apparently a question over if they could verify that their ingredient suppliers tested on animals or not, but they resolved this and can now confirm their suppliers do not test. So let's dive into their animal testing policy!
The criteria I use to determine if a brand is cruelty free are the following:
- Don't test finished products or ingredients on animals.
- Don't have suppliers who test on animals.
- Don't allow any third parties to test on animals on their behalf.
- Don't sell cosmetics in physical store in mainland China.
- Don't test on animals where required by law.
Animal Testing Policy
At a Glance
- Finished products tested on animals: No
- Ingredients tested on animals: No
- Third party animal testing: No
- Tested on animals where required by law: No
- Sold in mainland China: No
- Certifications: None
- Parent company: None
- Parent company status: N/A
The First Aid Beauty is cruelty free. You can find their products on their website, Ulta or Sephora.