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Is Sibu Beauty cruelty-free? Yes! Does Sibu Beauty test on animals? No! Sibu Beauty is a cruelty-free beauty company.
About Sibu Beauty
The first product that McMullin introduced in 2006 was under the label “Tashi”, a daily supplement that contained sea buckthorn berry puree along with some other fruit juices. During that same year he launched SeaBuck Equine, a sea buckthorn supplement for horses that has been proven to assist in healthier gastrointestinal systems and thicker, shinier coats. This was nothing “new” as Genghis Khan used to feed his horses sea buckthorn centuries ago to keep them, and his army, fit for battle.
McMullin knew there was more to be accomplished and his quest continued. He had witnessed the amazing results that sea buckthorn had when applied externally as a topical treatment and internally as a supplement. After months of trials, working with formulators and spending thousands of dollars, Sibu, LLC (named after the ancient Tibetan medical text the “Sibu YiDian”) launched the Sibu Beauty line in 2009 with the initial four products. Sibu Beauty’s Revitalize & Renew Liquid Supplement, Cellular Support Gel Caps, Cleanse & Detox Bar and Repair & Protect Facial Cream. The company was recognized by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, who personally thanked SIBU’s co-founder, Nico Khanna, and bestowed a blessing recognizing the ongoing humanitarian and sustainable efforts it brought, and continues to bring, to the local villages.
Flash forward to 2016 and SIBU Sea Berry Therapy has grown to include 4 internal supplement products and a full range of topical skincare products for problematic skin. The brand is sold online as well as in fine Natural Retailers throughout the United States and Canada.