Here's what I found:
Korres Natural Products are not tested on animals; nor does the company request animal testing on ingredients/combination of
ingredients or formulae. All tests - including dermatological and clinical tests - are performed in vitro by the use of synthetic
keratinocytes [in the lab] or in vivo [human volunteers under the surveillance of a dermatologist and/or special practitioners as
required ie an opthalmologist.
In relation to using animal ingredients:
n terms of animal-derived ingredients that are often used for their cosmetic properties, it has to be highlighted that no animals are
hurt during the process. The ingredients in question come from animal produce [i.e. milk, bee wax etc.] or animal parts that are
naturally removed due to factors such as aging.
Here's the link: http://www.gorgeousshop.co.uk/korres/faq/
I hope this helps!
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
We recommend reaching out to the brand directly regarding their policy on animal testing.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)