(Aldi states its products are ideal for all skin types.) As well as being 100% vegan, the new Lacura collection has also received cruelty-free Leaping Bunny certification, meaning zero products have been tested on animals.
Is Aldi hand cream vegan?
There are nine vegan and cruelty-free products in the range to choose from, including the Lacura 100% Naturally Derived Day Cream (£5.99), Eye Cream (£3.99), Face Wash, Face Scrub (£2.99), Hand & Nail Cream (£2.99) and Fruit Sheet Masks (£1.99).
Are Aldi beauty products vegan?
All of our own brand cosmetic and personal care products and household and cleaning products are approved under the Cruelty Free International Leaping Bunny programme, the internationally recognisable gold standard for cruelty free products.
Are Aldi toiletries vegan?
Since 2018, all of Aldi’s own brand toiletries and cleaning products have been certified cruelty-free. … While all of Aldi’s own brand products are non-animal tested, some contain animal products such as beeswax, making them not vegan.
Is Aldi Lacura cruelty-free?
Aldi’s Lacura range is also Leaping Bunny certified. One of the few supermarkets across UK and Ireland to guarantee its beauty ranges are not tested on animals, Aldi’s Leaping Bunny certification from Cruelty Free International confirms that no own brand Lacura beauty products are tested on animals. Yaaaas.
Are CIEN products vegan?
Hi Bridie, we can confirm that none of our own brand products (such as Cien and W5) or any of their ingredients are tested on animals.