Current cruelty-free status in 2020
Is Alba Botanica Cruelty-Free?
YES! Alba Botanica is cruelty-free, accredited with Leaping Bunny, and they offer some vegan options. Alba Botanica does not sell in China where it is required by law to test on animals, and their products are not tested on animals.
What they sell
Alba Botanica sells skincare like creams and lotions, hair care like shampoo and conditioner, sunscreen, masks, lip gloss, and face treatments.
Are they owned by a parent company?
Yes, they are owned by Hain Celestial who do not conduct animal testing on their brands, although they do sell animal meat.
Do they sell in China?
No, they do not sell their products in China.
Does Alba Botanica test on animals?
No, Alba Botanica does not test their products on animals.
Alba Botanica animal testing policy
The official Alba Botanica animal testing policy on their websites states they do not test their products on animals.
The Alba Botanica® brand does not test products or ingredients on animals. We make sure that our ingredient suppliers meet this same criterion of no animal testing. The Leaping Bunny logo found on Alba Botanica® labels is an outward symbol of this commitment.”
Is Alba Botanica vegan?
No, they are not vegan. As of today, the following products contain animal ingredients:
Lip balms and lip glosses contain beeswax
Hawaiian Sugar Care Body Polish contains honey
Un-Petroleum Multi-Purpose Jelly contains beeswax
Alba Botanica 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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