Is Laura Mercier Cruelty-Free and Vegan?

Is Laura Mercier Cruelty-Free?

Yes, Laura Mercier is cruelty-free. The brand does not test finished products or ingredients on animals at any stage of production, and they also do not allow suppliers or affiliates to test on their behalf. In addition, Laura Mercier is registered with PETA’s Beauty Without Bunnies program and Leaping Bunny.

Is Laura Mercier Vegan?

Some of Laura Mercier’s products are vegan, but not all of them. The non-vegan products typically contain beeswax, carmine, lanolin, and/or other animal-derived ingredients. You can find the full list of vegan products on the brand’s website.

Is Laura Mercier owned by a parent company that tests on animals?

No, Laura Mercier is not owned by a parent company that tests on animals. The brand is currently owned by Shiseido. While Shiseido does sell its products in mainland China where animal testing is required by law, Laura Mercier does not test on animals nor do they allow suppliers or affiliates to test on their behalf.

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Elena D. is a passionate advocate for ethical consumer choices and sustainable living. With a deep commitment to clean, organic, and non-toxic products, Elena is on a mission to promote a healthier, planet-friendly lifestyle. Her expertise in non-toxic skincare and eco-conscious alternatives to traditional beauty products reflects her dedication to a more sustainable and compassionate world. Elena's goal is to empower readers to make informed choices that benefit both their well-being and the environment. Join her on the journey towards a cleaner, greener future.