The short answer: No, Coppertone is not cruelty free. The long answer: Coppertone is an American sunscreen brand that was founded in 1944. It originally manufactured lotion to darken tans, and later on gained popularity by selling sun care products. To date, it sells a wide range of sun care products in various formats (lotion,… Continue reading Is Coppertone Cruelty Free?
The short answer: No, Aquaphor is not cruelty free. The long answer: Developed in 1925, Aquaphor is a skin care brand known for its “healing” properties. The ointment supposedly creates a semi-occlusive barrier on the skin that allows the outflow of excess fluid and the inflow of oxygen. Presently, the brand carries four categories: body… Continue reading Is Aquaphor Cruelty Free?
The short answer: No, NIVEA is not entirely cruelty free. The long answer: Beiersdorf Global AG, the company that owns NIVEA (as well as Aquaphor), states that it does not conduct product tests on animals. When you visit its Australian website, it states, “We believe animal testing is not required to prove the safety and… Continue reading Is NIVEA Cruelty Free?