As of november 2012, urban decay will be a subsidiary of l'oreal. Is urban decay owned by a parent company?
Urban decay do not test on animals, and their products are not sold in china where animal testing is required by law.
Urban decay cruelty free china. And they don’t let their suppliers or other companies do it either. Does urban decay test on animals or sell in china? They only work with suppliers that do not test any of their ingredients on animals and the brand itself don’t test any of their products on animals.
Urban decay products are not sold in china, where animal testing is required by law. Urban decay is a cruelty free brand that is certified by peta. Furthermore, urban decay does not export its products to mainland china and/or other countries, where animal testing is required by law.
No, urban decay is not sold in china because china requires animal testing for all makeup products by law. Also, does walmart sell urban decay? They do have an extensive vegan range though (clearly labelled on.
They don’t test their ingredients or completed products on animals. This means their products do not meet my standards as cruelty free nor leaping bunny’s standards. They do not test any of the ingredients or finished product on animals.
No, urban decay doesn’t sell in china. Is urban decay sold in china? Does urban decay test on animals when required by law?
Urban decay are, and have always been cruelty free. Another one bites the dust! Urban decay is no longer going to sell in china & will remain cruelty free » logical harmony says:
They are selling some of their products in china that requires animal testing of foreign goods even though the brand says that they are peta certified as a cruelty free brand. Urban decay products are 100% cruelty free as of now. One of the last largest, mainstream cruelty free companies, urban decay, has decided to direct sell to china.
They are now owned by l’oreal (a non cruelty free brand), but they are not testing on animals, using labs/ingredient suppliers that test on animals, or selling in countries that require animal testing. Is urban decay sold in china? Is urban decay cruelty free?
There is no animal testing being done on urban decay products at any point or on any ingredients used to make urban decay products. They are, however, owned by l’oreal, who aren’t cruelty free. Even though urban decay indicated they are leaping bunny certified i could find no evidence to verify this information.
July 6, 2012 at 11:12 pm a big thank you to reader ibby for letting me know about their updated stance earlier today! Urban decay is a popular makeup brand known for its vibrant eyeshadow palettes. Urban decay could delay its entry into china, but the company is putting profits over principles.
No, urban decay is not sold in china. Officially and forever black listed.**. Whilst its parent company l’oreal isn’t, urban decay doesn’t sell products in china or work with suppliers who.
Is urban decay cruelty free? They decided to sell their products in china in 2012 but backed out shortly after, due to public protest. The brand doesn’t fund testing agencies or laboratories as well.
Urban decay products are not sold in china. Please note that urban decay decided not to sell in china due to public outcry. Urban decay announced last week that it will be selling its products in china, where animal testing for cosmetics is actually required.
Urban decay is not sold in mainland china, or in any country where animal testing is still required by law urban decay is certified cruelty free by peta’s beauty without bunnies program. Urban decay is cruelty free and stands against animal testing. Are urban decay products sold in china?
This brand does not test any of its products or ingredients on animals during manufacturing or distribution. Their cruelty free status is certified by peta. Urban decay is no longer cruelty free.
🙁 chiefbunny says june 10, 2012 at 11:24 am If you’re confused by the different cruelty free certifications and want to learn about the differences between them, check out my post cruelty free certifications explained: