Current Cruelty-Free Status
Is Kiehl’s Cruelty-Free?
Are Kiehl’s products cruelty-free? No, Kiehl’s is not cruelty-free, they test their products and/or ingredients on animals. Kiehl’s products are sold in mainland China where animal testing is required by law.
Is Kiehl’s sold in China?
Does Kiehl’s sell in China? Yes, Kiehl’s is sold in mainland China. Even though the Chinese laws surrounding post-market testing have changed, brands are still subject to non-routine animal testing if a consumer makes a complaint about a product.
Does Kiehl’s test on animals?
Kiehl’s sells its products in mainland China where pre-market and post-market animal testing is still required by law.
Kiehl’s Animal Testing Policy
The Kiehl’s Animal Testing Policy states they test their products on animals where required by law.
We at Kiehl’s do not conduct animal testing on our products or ingredients, nor ask others to test on our behalf, except when required by law. As we continue to expand globally and reach our customers around the world, it is our practice to do our part towards advancing the science of safety and validated alternative methods that eliminate the need or requirement for any animal testing globally.”
Is Kiehl’s owned by a parent company?
Who owns Kiehl’s? Kiehl’s is owned by L’Oréal, a parent company that tests on animals.
What they sell
Kiehl’s sells skincare like the Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cream, Midnight Recovery Concentrate, Ultra Facial Cleanser, Avocado Eye Cream, Facial Fuel, Creme De Corps, Midnight Recovery Oil, Hand Cream, Youth Dose Eye Treatment, Magic Elixir, Amino Acid Shampoo, as well as lip balm, face cream, toner, shampoo, serum, hand cream, and lotion.
Is Kiehl’s vegan?
Are Kiehl’s products vegan? No, Kiehl’s is not 100% vegan meaning some of their products contain ingredients derived from animals or their by-products.
Is Kiehl’s gluten-free?
No, Kiehl’s products are not 100% gluten-free. Some of their products contain wheat.
Is Kiehl’s palm oil free?
Do Kiehl’s products contain palm oil? Yes, Kiehl’s products contain ingredients derived from palm oil which means this brand is NOT palm oil free.
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.
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