Are Dior Beauty Products Tested On Animals?

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is Dior tested on animals?

Dior makeup, skincare, and fragrances are unfortunately not cruelty-free and Dior confirmed that their products are tested on animals when required by law. Dior is also owned by LVMH.

Below you will find an email response from one of their reps in regards to Dior’s animal testing policy and how their products are sold in China where it is required by law that all imported cosmetics be tested on animals in order to sell in their country:

Dear Valued Customer,

We do not test our products on animals nor do we permit others to do so except where it is required by law.  We are deeply committed to the elimination of animal testing and we are playing a leading role in developing alternative methods through our support of the “Fund for Alternatives to Animal Testing”  in the United States and the Opal Program in France.

*Yes, we sell our products to China.

Until China changes their mandatory animal testing laws, any cosmetic brand that sells their products in China is not considered cruelty-free.

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25 Comments
  • Jeannie Allan
    December 12, 2019

    I was planning on buying Miss Dior perfume for a Christmas gift but will decline as the company tests on animals when their product is sent to China! I’m so surprised Natalie Portman is promoting this product as I thought she was a vegan and an animal advocate. No animals deserve this cruelty and abuse!! Very disappointing!!

  • Kerry Rundle
    July 18, 2019

    Please stop using animals to test products. You don’t need to. Your Brand is so big and powerful it could change things. Please stop

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