Yes, Sattwa Skincare is cruelty free.
Sattwa Skincare develops products for the face, body, hair, and even a line for kids. Founded by Bec Mansfield in 2006, her goal was to create a skincare range that is pure, ethical, and luxurious. The Australian brand promises not to use synthetics, lauryl sulfates, parabens, and artificial colours or preservatives in any of its products.
On their About page, Sattwa Skincare states that all their products are palm free, cruelty free, and vegan friendly. A highlight of Mansfield’s professional career includes Sattwa Skincare becoming Choose Cruelty Free certified. This means that they do not test their raw ingredients, formulations, and final products on animals.
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