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Is Lise Watier Tested On Animals or Cruelty-Free?

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Is Lise Watier Tested On Animals?

Lise Watier does not test on animals and is a cruelty-free brand. Lise Watier does not conduct or commission animal testing on their products and ingredients. It hasΒ also been confirmed that Lise Watier products are not sold in China.

However it is not clear which of Lise Watier products are vegan-friendly and do not contain any animal ingredients or derivatives. As always, I recommend checking their ingredient list.

Related: What’s the Difference Between Cruelty-Free and Vegan Cosmetics?

Lise Watier’s Animal Testing Policy

Below you will find Lise Watier’s animal testing statement taken directly from their website’s FAQ:

Lise Watier Animal Testing Statement

Lise Watier is Cruelty-free!

I also emailed Lise Watier asking for specifics about their animal testing policy and to ensure the statement found on their website was accurate and up-to-date. Below you will find their response:

Our products are not tested on animals in compliance with 1223/2009 EU (Europe Union) regulation.

We do not test our ingredients on animals. For your information, this is not allowed anymore in EU since 2013 March 13th.

We do not hire a third party to test our ingredients or products on animals. We use external party for some tests on our product but they have to be in compliance with EU regulation. Those tests are done on volunteers or in-vitro cells.

Do any of your raw material suppliers test on animals? No they do not because they have to be in compliance with EU regulation. Furthermore, during our development process, they have to provide us with an attestation that prove that their ingredients are not tested on animals.

Our products are not sold in China.


Have you tried any of Lise Watier products before?

Comment below and let us know your experience and favourite Lise Watier cruelty-free products!Β 

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3 Comments
  • Barbara Rasmussen
    November 4, 2017

    Just purchased my first Lise Watier products. Was at a Shoppers Drug Mart Gala event and had the opportunity to try them and loved them. I did check their policies first and was pleased to see their statement of cruelty free though they do not display a “bunny” logo. Included in my purchases were two Lise Watier makeup brushes. I just looked more closely at the packaging for the brushes and it states that they are made with “Goat hair”. (Ewww!!) I will be returning them. Wish I had looked first. Ah well.

  • Connie Guida
    September 4, 2017

    is lise watier tient multi-fini compact foundation animal cruelty free and or vegan?
    How about her eye liners, mascara and bronser?
    I cannot find the bunny ears on the packaging.
    Please advise
    Thanks

  • diane white
    July 3, 2016

    Hi…I am a new customer to Lisa watier. I previously avoided this brand because i thought your cosmetics were tested on animals. I have since learned that you are a cruelty free company, so now I can indulge. I just love my new Smokey Kohl Violet velour matte eye pencil. It’s exactly the color i was looking for. And it’s a bonus that it’s waterproof.

β€œMake ethical choices in what we buy, do, and watch. In a consumer-driven society our individual choices, used collectively for the good of animals and nature, can change the world faster than laws.”― Marc Bekoff

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