Yes, Koko Hemp is cruelty free.
Koko Hemp is a skincare brand that’s developed by a team of experts based in Byron Bay, Australia. Popular for their serum and clay mask, the company’s mission is to “create an all-natural and organic skin care range with an emphasis on creating time in your day to practise self care, whatever that looks like for you.”
When asked if they test on animals on their FAQs page, the brand writes, “No, we do not and will not test on animals. We are a cruelty free brand and PETA approved.” Through the Beauty Without Bunnies program by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Koko Hemp has received certification that it does not test its ingredients, formulations, and products on lab animals. Aside from being certified cruelty free, Koko Hemp is also safe for vegans as all their products do not include raw materials derived from animals or their by-products.
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