Lubriderm is NOT cruelty free.
At present, unless the brand has proven its cruelty free status by joining a cruelty free certification programme, it should not be considered rightfully cruelty free. Lubriderm has not joined any known cruelty free certification programmes; therefore, in 2022, Lubriderm should not be regarded as cruelty free. Furthermore, PETA added Lubriderm to the Companies That Do Test on Animals list, which means that PETA obtained conclusive evidence that Lubriderm is not cruelty free.
- Headquarters: United States
- Parent company: Johnson & Johnson
- Products: skincare, bath & body care
- Website: lubriderm.com
In 2022, PETA verified that Lubriderm does test on animals; therefore, Lubriderm should not be considered cruelty free.