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Is Laura Geller Cruelty Free?

Is Laura Geller Cruelty Free?
Is Laura Geller Cruelty Free?

Recently I reached out to ask Is Laura Geller Cruelty Free? I was thrilled with the timely response I received from the brand. They made it so easy! They answered EVERY SINGLE QUESTION individually and with no issues. I will continue to shop with them.

Here is Laura Geller’s response

Hello Courtney,

Thank you for reaching out to us.

Are you cruelty free? YES

Are the finished products tested on animals by the company, a parent company, a third party or an affiliate company? NO

Are the products tested on animals during the production process by the company, a parent company, a third party or an affiliate company? NO

Do you have documents from your ingredient suppliers to show that they are not testing on animals for your brand or any other brand? YES

Does your manufacturer purchase any ingredients from laboratories that conduct tests on animals? Do you have documents to support this? YES

Are the products sold in any markets where animal testing is required by local law and regulations (China, etc)? NO

Are the products vegetarian? (no animals killed for the products – i.e. some forms of collagen, squalane, etc.) NOT ALL

Are the products vegan? (i.e. product ingredients that come from animals like lanolin, honey, milk, etc. – being vegan is NOT necessary for my blog, but a bonus for my vegan readers) NOT ALL

Is your company certified by Leaping Bunny? It’s free to become Leaping Bunny certified, plus they promote you to over 10 million people. NO

If we can be of any further assistance please feel free to contact us.  Thanks again for your email and for your interest in Laura Geller Beauty.

Kind Regards,

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3 Comments

  • “Cruelty Free” cannot occur if you kill an animal. I can understand honey, maybe. But killing is painful, physically and emotionally, and inherently cruel.

  • Am also looking for a reply to the question posted above about if any ingredients are purchased from labs that conduct tests on animals?

  • Sorry if this has already been asked, but can’t see the comments. Wondering about this question:

    “Does your manufacturer purchase any ingredients from laboratories that conduct tests on animals? Do you have documents to support this? YES”

    Are they replying “yes” to the first or the second question, or both?…

    Thanks!

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