In 2020, we look at the current animal testing and cruelty-free position of the brand.
Is Alaffia Cruelty-Free?
Are Alaffia products cruelty-free? Yes, Alaffia is cruelty-free. Alaffia does not test on animals, and their products are not sold in countries where animal testing is required by law.
Does Alaffia test on animals?
Alaffia does not test their products on animals, and they do not outsource animal testing to third parties for testing on their behalf. There has been no testing on ingredients or finished products throughout the development, manufacturing, or distribution process.
Is Alaffia vegan?
Is Alaffia vegan? No, Alaffia products are not 100% vegan meaning some of their products contain ingredients derived from animals or animal by-products.
Alaffia animal testing policy
The official Alaffia Animal Testing Policy states they do not test their products on animals.
Is Alaffia owned by a parent company?
Who owns Alaffia? Alaffia is not owned by a parent company that tests on animals.
Is Alaffia sold in China?
Does Alaffia sell in China? No, Alaffia is not sold in mainland China where animal testing is required by law.
Is Alaffia palm oil free?
Does Alaffia use palm oil in their products? Yes, Alaffia products contain palm oil which means they are not 100% palm oil free, however the palm oil they use comes from smaller plantations in Africa.
Alaffia products – what they sell
Alaffia sells personal care products like the Alaffia shampoo, soap, conditioner, body wash, shea butter, deodorant, African black soap, face wash, body lotion, facial cleanser, and hand soap.
Alaffia cruelty-free status – This brand has confirmed the following:
- they do not sell their products in mainland China or any other country that requires animal testing by law
- they do not outsource or commission third parties to test on their behalf
- their ingredient suppliers do not test on animals
- they do not test their products on animals at any point
- they do not test their ingredients on animals
This brand is cruelty-free in 2020!
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