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I know you don't want to hear it again but gurl please, put on your sunscreen!!☀️ And to make sure you don't have any excuses for not wearing sunscreen every damn day, here's a list of cruelty-free and vegan sunscreens for UNDER $16! 🍉 Find the full list with product descriptions and links on my blog, link in bio! 🌞 
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List of Cruelty-Free & Vegan Sunscreens:
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⛱ @albabotanica Facial Sunscreen SPF 30 ($6.35)
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⛱ @babobotanicals Sheer Zinc Sunscreen ($13.29)
⛱ @allgoodbrand Sport Vegan Sunscreen ($12.89)
⛱ @mychellebeauty Sun Shield Sunscreen ($13.60)
⛱ @pacificabeauty Sun + Skincare Mineral Sunscreen ($16)
⛱ @dermae Sun Defense Mineral Oil-Free Sunscreen($15.80)
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Look at how pretty @lovemissfrankie’s nail polishes are! 🌸✨ loving this pale grey lilac nude color called I Prefer Champagne! 🍾  all of Miss Frankie nail polishes are cruelty-free, vegan, 10-free, breathable, and made in Australia! 🇦🇺🥂✨ #veganmanimonday #missfrankie

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Unilever Acquires Cruelty-Free Beauty Brand Tatcha for a Reported $500 Million 
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Tatcha is still considered to be cruelty-free (as of right now and we'll be closely monitoring any updates to their animal testing policies) however, Unilever is definitely NOT cruelty-free as their products/ingredients are tested on animals when required by law in 2019. 
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For those of you who choose to boycott CF brands that are owned by a parent company that is not cruelty-free, then sadly Tatcha should be avoided. However, if you choose to support these CF brands and want to know which of Tatcha skincare products are also vegan, you can find a vegan product list below! 
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Tatcha isn't a 100% vegan beauty brand however they do offer some vegan options 💜

Tatcha Vegan Products (2019):
❁ Camellia Gold Spun Lip Balm
❁ Cherry Blossom Lip Balm
❁ Gentle Rice Enzyme Powder
❁ Gold Camellia Beauty Oil
❁ One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil
❁ Red Camellia Lip Balm
❁ The Essence
❁ The Water Cream
❁ Violet-C Brightening Serum
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Does La Roche-Posay Test on Animals? (2018)

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Is La Roche-Posay cruelty-free?

Answer:

No. La Roche-Posay is not cruelty-free because their products are tested on animals when the law requires it.

La Roche-Posay’s Animal Testing Statement

La Roche-Posay states on their website that they don’t test their products or ingredients on animals, except when a regulatory authority requires it. In other words, La Roche-Posay’s products are tested on animals in order to sell in countries (like Mainland China) that require animal testing by law.

No one is forcing La Roche-Posay to sell their products in those countries, but since La Roche-Posay have chosen to do so, they must pay and consent to have their products tested on animals.

Therefore I would not consider La Roche-Posay to be a cruelty-free brand.

“La Roche-Posay does not test any of its products or any of its ingredients on animals, anywhere in the world nor does La Roche-Posay delegate this task to others. The only possible exception is if regulatory authorities required it for safety or regulatory purposes.” (Source: La Roche-Posay)

It should also be noted that La Roche-Posay is owned by L’Oreal, a non-cruelty-free corporation that continues to test on animals.

Cruelty-Free Alternatives to La Roche-Posay

Looking to switch to cruelty-free products? Here are some cruelty-free alternatives to La Roche-Posay:

  • First Aid Beauty
  • COOLA
  • Andalou Naturals
  • OSEA
  • Paula’s Choice

 


 

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6 Comments
  • Nel
    March 27, 2019

    Thank you for your web site. I have been becoming really aware of animal testing not just on cosmetics but on other common things like cleaning products. Your web site has confirmed a couple of products that I love but will now no longer purchase on principle. I will happily find something else that will be just as nice if not better and will be better anyway because it will cruelty free.

    Shame on those companies who conduct animal testing or allow it for export… there is no excuse when there are so many successful products being sold without the need for animal testing.

    These poor animals need a voice. Thank you.

  • Lisa
    January 2, 2019

    On L’Oreal’s Website it says: ”L’Oréal no longer tests its ingredients on animals and no longer tolerates any exception to this rule.”
    And also: ”L’Oréal has been the most active company working alongside the Chinese authorities and scientists for over 10 years to have alternative testing methods recognized (…) Thanks to this, since 2014, certain products manufactured and sold in China like shampoo, body wash or certain make-up are no longer tested on animals.”
    Yes, they are not 100% cruelty free but they do not test their products on animals, the chinese Government orders other companies to do so. It’s cruel and horrible but I don’t think it’s fair to blame L’Oreal or La Roche posay.

    • Violet
      January 27, 2019

      Sorry but I disagree and think it’s totally fair to say they’re not cruelty free.
      They don’t have to sell in China. They’re making that choice to take their products there knowing they’ll be tested on animals before going to the Chinese market. Many brands choose not to do this and are very successful around the rest of the world.
      If all the big brands boycotted the Chinese market and refused the testing then I’m sure things would soon change but unfortunately it’s all about the money rather than ethics.

  • Christine vercellino
    December 13, 2018

    Animal testing should be banned. We know too much about the ruthless cruelty inflicted on innocent animals. There are so many good cruelty free products and we al need to show the bigger companies we will not stand for the suffering animals go through for our ego. We do this by not buying their products and informing others of company status.

  • Davis
    October 28, 2018

    why not test on humans as they want the product in the first place?

  • Isabel P.
    September 30, 2018

    Thanks for the info. Ironically a Mac ad (Not cruelty freue Brand) appeared when I was reading the article, I think you need to Control the ads that appear in your page.

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