Clairol is NOT Cruelty-Free
Does Clairol sell their products in Mainland China?
Yes, Clairol sell their products in Mainland China. This means they are required by law to test their products on animals before selling in stores. Even though China has recently approved non-animal tests to replace animal testing, these tests have not been approved for the final product. This means that these non-animal tests are preferred for product ingredients, but the final product will still be tested on animals.
Does Clairol test their products on animals?
Yes. Clairol does test on animals. They sell their products in Mainland China, which currently requires them by law to test their products on animals.
Is Clairol owned by a parent company?
Clairol is currently owned by Coty, a company that practices animal testing.
Is Clairol Vegan?
No, Clairol is not vegan, as some of their products contain animal derived ingredients.
Is Clairol Palm Oil Free?
No, Clairol is not palm-oil free, because some of their products contain or are produced using pailm-oil.