Yes, Crowd Culture is cruelty free.
Made in Australia, Crowd Culture aims to cultivate healthy skin through its probiotic, nutrient-dense formulations. From moisturisers to pink clay masks, their products contain “good bacteria” that work to naturally balance the skin.
Following a clean philosophy, Crowd Culture states that it does not “believe in synthetic ingredients, animal testing, or any chemical which takes a toll on your body, your microbiome, or the environment.” They do not use artificial fragrances and colours, parabens, sulfates, silicons, petroleum, talc, and other potentially harmful ingredients. More importantly, they do not use animal-derived ingredients and by-products in their formulas, nor do they test their ingredients, formulations, and products on animals.
Crowd Culture has received third party certification from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Through its globally recognised Beauty Without Bunnies program, the organisation has verified that Crowd Culture is both cruelty free and vegan.
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