For today's Is (BLANK) Cruelty Free? I'm going to be focusing on the brand Lush Cosmetics. It's no secret I love using Lush products especially their bath bombs and sea salt spray. Plus having a roommate who brings home products that I can try is amazing! 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
I have to say Lush has the best policy on their website as it's the clearest out of any policy I've seen any brand write. So much so that it's not even a question that you have to get clarifying points via email. And other companies don't want to mention all of these parts. So that's why I'm including all of their policy on here as it's so amazing!
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
Lush Cosmetics is cruelty free and has some vegan options.