As it says on the back of this product, it contains... amphoteric surface agents, non ionic surface agents, sodium benzoate, alcohol, isopropanol, and fragrance. I think you can use it freely because all it contains are just chemicals helping your brush cleaning! :)
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
The only ingredient that MIGHT contain animal products is the fragrance, but they don't specify the source. You could contact the company for more specifics.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
Sephora brand does not test on animals, but I am unsure of all the ingrendients. I use this and I am vegan, but my friend is vegan and she has diffrent standards than me. Since we all have our own definition of vegan I would check out the ingredients and make your own best decision. Hope that helps. :>
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
Yes, it is suitable for vegans. Here is the ingredients list (directly copied from the bottle):
INGREDIENTS: >5% amphoteric surface agents - >5% but < 15% non ionic surface agents ALSO CONTAINS: sodium benzoate, alcohol, isopropanol, fragrance.
No beeswax, glycerin (though much glycerin is vegan now-a-days, being derived from plants), and definitely no gelatin. None of the ingredients listed are derived or can be derived from animal products. :)
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
answered 5 years, 8 months ago
I was told by one of the beauty experts at Sephora that they do NOT use animal products in any of their store items. I was also told that they do NOT test on animals. However, I don't believe most people consider beeswax as an animal product and I have found that in some other things Sephora has stuck it's label on. I have not found, so far, any gelatin or glycerin in their products. I'm not an expert, but I haven't found anything that wouldn't be vegan about this product.
answered 6 years, 6 months ago