Some people may think it’s difficult to become cruelty free and that your beauty
choices are going to become very limited. It’s surprising how many well known
companies don’t test on animals and in fact you will probably have a lot of
cruelty free items already in your make up bag without realising.
Superdrug has quite a few cruelty free makeup options so here’s the brands to
look for when your next in store.
“We can confirm that we do not test our products or ingredients on animals nor
do we commission third parties to do so on our behalf. We will not sell our
products in China until they change their policies on animal testing.”
B. ( Superdrug’s own brand)
“Our skincare and makeup is specially formulated to really work and is
designed to be easy to use and understand, whilst also being Cruelty Free
and Vegan. It’s our vision to be part of what makes you and your life beautiful”
“ Since our foundation in 1982, Barry M has never tested our finished
products or ingredients on animals or engaged another company to do
so on our behalf”
Barry M is also supporting Humane Society International’s global Be Cruelty-Free campaign to help end animal testing for cosmetics.
Vegan symbols have been marked on products for easier identification.
“GOSH Cosmetics does not use animals to test any of our products or
ingredients. Neither do we commission others to perform animal tests”
“We can confirm that we do not test our finished products nor ingredients
on animals and neither do any third parties (and we are not owned by a
“We are pleased to confirm that our MUA products and their ingredients
are not tested on animals.”