Yes, Faith in Nature is cruelty free.
Faith in Nature was founded by Rivka Rose in 1974. She established the brand with the intention of introducing organic shampoo to the British market. From hair care products, Faith in Nature has expanded to manufacturing cleansing products for the hands, body, and home.
On their product information page, Faith in Nature answers the question, “Are your products cruelty free?” They respond by stating, “Yes. That no animal should suffer in the making of our products is, and always has been, a founding principle of our business. Our products have been certified by Cruelty Free International and you can find their ‘leaping bunny’ logo on the front of our packaging. The Leaping Bunny Program provides the best assurance that no new animal testing is used in any phase of product development by Faith In Nature or our suppliers.”
Aside from being certified by Choose Cruelty Free, PETA’s Beauty Without Bunnies also lists the company as being cruelty free. Additionally, the website Beauty Not Cruelty shares that Faith in Nature does not use animal-based ingredients (lanolin, honey, and beeswax, to name a few). As such, it is safe for vegans to use.
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Choose Cruelty Free: Faith in Nature
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Beauty Not Cruelty: Faith In Nature
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