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Is Facetheory Cruelty-Free and Vegan?

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Is Facetheory Cruelty-Free?

Facetheory has confirmed that they are 100% cruelty-free.

They don’t test their ingredients or final products on animals, and they don’t sell their products where animal testing is required by law. 

Facetheory is certified cruelty-free by PETA.

Is Facetheory Vegan?

Facetheory has confirmed that they only sell vegan products.

Shop the full list of 100% vegan and cruelty-free brands.


Is Facetheory Owned By A Parent Company That Tests On Animals?

No, Facetheory is not owned by a parent company that tests on animals.

Is Facetheory Sold in China?

No, Facetheory is not sold in China.

Animal Testing is required by law in China for all foreign cosmetics companies. All American and European cosmetic brands that are sold in China must undergo animal testing.

Any brand that chooses to sell its products in China cannot be considered cruelty-free.

Even products that can bypass mandatory tests may still be pulled from the shelves by Chinese authorities to be tested on animals.

About Facetheory

Facetheory is a British skincare brand that makes clean and affordable products.

Email to the Company

Before classifying any brand as cruelty-free and vegan, I send them an email with the following questions:

  1. Are your products vegan? If only some are vegan, which ones?
  2. Are any of your products or ingredients tested on animals?
  3. Do you have a Leaping Bunny or PETA certification?
  4. Do your suppliers or any third parties test animals on your behalf?
  5. Does your company sell products in mainland China (except Hong Kong)?
  6. Are you owned by a parent company that tests on animals?

Here is how Facetheory responded:

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Yes (Leaping Bunny)
  4. No
  5. No
  6. No

*This email was sent in the summer of 2020, so some answers have changed.

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