New Brands Added to the Safe List

CLEAN Perfume (Fusion Brands)

Diptyque

Figs and Rouge

Fusion Beauty (Fusion Brands)

Motives Cosmetics

NEST Fragrances

 

 

In addition, there have been some concerns about some brands on the list selling to China. I have recontacted some of the companies in question, and have verified the following as NOT selling in China.

Aveda

Stila

Laura Mercier

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2 thoughts on “New Brands Added to the Safe List

  1. Also, with Aveda they still have the phrasing “Aveda does not conduct animal testing, nor ask others to do it on its behalf, except when it is required by law.” in their FAQs. Same thing with Stila, “Stila Cosmetics does not test any of our products on animals, nor do we ask others to do so on our behalf, unless it is required by law in countries where our products are distributed.”. I’d be happy to consider them cruelty free if they came out with an official press-release stating their clear and concise cruelty free stance.

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