The Ordinary is a popular skincare brand, and many people swear by its products. But is The Ordinary cruelty-free and vegan? Read on to learn more!
Is The Ordinary Cruelty-Free?
Yes, The Ordinary is a cruelty-free brand. Neither the brand nor its suppliers test the finished products or ingredients on animals. In addition, The Ordinary does not sell its products in countries like China where it’s required by law to test products on animals before they enter the market.
Is The Ordinary Vegan?
Yes, all of The Ordinary products are vegan. They don’t contain any animal-derived ingredients.
Is The Ordinary PETA certified?
PETA certifies The Ordinary as a cruelty-free brand.
Does A parent company own The Ordinary?
The Ordinary is owned by Estee Lauder, which is not a cruelty-free company. Estee Lauder may test on animals either by themselves or third parties.
How do we determine whether a brand is cruelty-free or not?
Many brands often don’t tell the complete truth about their animal testing policies. For example, some brands sell their products in mainland China. Others pay third parties to conduct the tests and still claim to be animal cruelty-free.
To make sure a company is cruelty-free, we first make sure that they don’t sell their products in countries where animal testing is required. Then we take a look at their animal testing policies (if they have any) to look for discrepancies. And finally, we reach out to support and ask them questions on whether the company (or its suppliers) tests on animals.
Based on this, we decide whether a company is cruelty-free or not. Fortunately, The Ordinary passed this criterion. So, we can say it’s a cruelty-free brand.
Difference between cruelty-free and vegan
The terms ‘cruelty-free’ and ‘vegan’ have grown in popularity over the past few years. People often use them interchangeably. But there’s a difference between the two.
Cruelty-free products are those that have not been tested on animals. This means that the ingredients and final product have not been subjected to any animal testing whatsoever. Cruelty-free brands also typically do not work with suppliers who test on animals, so you can be sure that no animal suffered in making the products.
Vegan skincare products are developed without any animal-derived ingredients. This means that all of the ingredients in these products are plant-based, making them an excellent choice for those with sensitive skin.
The Ordinary is a cruelty-free brand, and it doesn’t sell its products in countries where animal testing is required by law. On top of that, it doesn’t contain animal-derived ingredients, making them suitable for vegans.
If you’re looking for a cruelty-free brand, The Ordinary is the brand you can count on.
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