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Is Kerastase Cruelty-Free in 2020?

Is Kerastase Cruelty-Free in 2020?

Current cruelty-free status

Current Cruelty-Free Status


Is Kerastase Cruelty-Free?

 

Is Kerastase Cruelty-Free?

Are Kerastase products cruelty-free? No, Kerastase is NOT animal cruelty-free, their products are sold in mainland China where animal testing is still required by law.

Is Kerastase sold in China?

Is Kerastase Sold In China?

Does Kerastase sell in China? Yes, Kerastase is sold in mainland China. Even though the Chinese laws surrounding routine post-market testing have changed, brands are still subject to non-routine animal testing if a consumer makes a complaint about a product. Pre-market testing laws still apply.

Is Kerastase sold in China?

Does Kerastase test on animals?

Kerastase is sold in mainland China which means their products may be subject to animal testing where required by law.

Does Kerastase test on animals?

Kerastase Animal Testing Policy

As of this year, Kerastase does not have an official animal testing policy on their website. Kerastase is owned by Loreal, a parent company that tests on animals.

Kerastase Animal Testing Policy

Who owns Kerastase? Kerastase is owned by Loreal, a parent company that tests on animals.

L'Oréal Animal Testing Policy

 

Kerastase Products – What They Sell

Kerastase sells hair care products like the Kerastase Shampoo, Hair Mask, Elixir Ultime, Treatments, Serum, Conditioner, Nutritive, Oleo Relax, Purple Shampoo, and the Kerastase Ciment Thirmique.

Kerastase Products
Kerastase Products

Is Kerastase vegan?

Are Kerastase products vegan?  No, Kerastase is not 100% vegan meaning some of their products contain ingredients derived from animals or their by-products.

Kerastase Dry Shampoo
Kerastase Dry Shampoo

 

Is Kerastase Palm Oil Free?

Does Kerastase use palm oil in their products? Yes, Kerastase products contain palm oil which means they are not 100% palm oil free.

Is Kerastase Cruelty-Free In 2020?

No, this brand is not cruelty-free or vegan. They sell their products in mainland China, a country that still conducts testing on animals. The brand is not accredited with PETA, Choose Cruelty Free, or Leaping Bunny.

I love this brand, what can I do?

Try reaching out and respectfully asking the brands you love to reconsider their animal testing policies and selling in the Chinese market until the post and pre-market animal testing laws have changed.

Want more? Check out our current list of cruelty-free brands.

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