KORRES is cruelty free but not 100% vegan
KORRES does not and will not conduct animal testing on the finished products or ingredients, nor does it ask others to test on its behalf. All necessary tests are carried out on human volunteers. The brand does not export to mainland China and other countries with mandatory animal testing. KORRES is proudly cruelty free and firmly stands against animal testing.
Cruelty free statement
Q: Does KORRES test on animals?
A: We are strictly against animal testing, and do not test any ingredients or products on animals, nor do we hire outside companies to do so for us at any stage in production.
We do not sell to any countries that require animal testing, and we follow the European Union’s strict legislation that bans animal testing on finished cosmetic products and their ingredients.korres.com
KORRES is a Greek mid-range makeup, skin and body care brand.
Morgan Stanley and Profex owns KORRES. Despite Morgan Stanley and Profex ownership, KORRES remains cruelty free.
PETA awarded KORRES with the Beauty Without Bunnies certification.
Not all KORRES products are suitable for vegans. Please always check the ingredient list of the product before making a purchase.
Q: Are your products OK for vegetarians & vegans?
A: The vast majority of our products is suitable for vegetarians & vegans. The Formula Facts table found on the individual product description pages makes extended reference to the natural content of each formulation as well as the ingredients that we select and those we avoid. It also indicates if the product is suitable for vegetarians / vegans.korres.com
Stockists in the UK
You can find KORRES products at Amazon UK.
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