Is wet n wild Vegan or Cruelty-free in 2019?

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Wet N Wild is an affordable drugstore makeup brand with a large selection of cosmetics for eyes, lips, nails, and face.

Is Wet N Wild Cruelty-Free?

{UPDATE: MAY 21, 2019} Unfortunately, Wet N Wild can no longer be considered cruelty-free since they have decided to start selling their products in-stores in Mainland China.

Wet N Wild was caught selling their products in-stores in mainland China and was recently exposed by Cruelty-Free Kitty. Please take the time to read through her very detailed post proving Wet N Wild products are indeed sold in mainland China.

Is Wet N Wild Vegan?

Wet N Wild does offer products that do not contain any animal-derived ingredients or by-products but since Wet N Wild is no longer considered cruelty-free, by default, we would also no longer consider their products to be vegan.

What do you think?

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  • Zaiba
    May 24, 2019

    Hi wet n wild megalast lipstick shade sandstorm and rosebud do they contain lanolin, carmin any animal derived ingredients plz answer me

    • Vicky Ly
      May 25, 2019

      Hi Zaiba, I see both Rose-bud and Sand Storm on wet n wild’s “vegan product list” but you’ll have to ask wet n wild directly for confirmation as we no longer consider wet n wild to be cruelty-free as they were recently caught selling their products in mainland China where post-market animal testing may be conducted on the products they sell in China.

  • Stephanie
    January 19, 2019

    The wet n wild coloricon “Mellow Wine” Blush has Carmine listed in the ingredients.

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