Tatcha is cruelty free but not 100% vegan

Tatcha pledges that the brand does not conduct, contract out or fund animal testing in the developing, manufacturing or marketing of their products. Whilst Tatcha recognises the importance of customer safety, the brand believes this can be sufficiently achieved without animal cruelty. Tatcha is cruelty free and stands against animal testing. Furthermore, Tatcha does not export its products to mainland China and/or other countries, where animal testing is required by law.

Cruelty free statement

Q: Is your collection cruelty-free?

A: We are proud to tell you that our collection is not tested on animals. We do extensive 3rd party safety and efficacy testing on voluntary human subjects but never with our furry friends. As we grow into different international locations, we are committed to standing by our cruelty-free commitment of never testing on animals or allowing others to test on our behalf.



Tatcha is an American mid-range skin care brand.

Parent company

Unilever completed the acquisition of Tatcha in 2019. Unilever is not cruelty free, the company supports animal testing and heavily present on the Chinese beauty market. Despite the acquisition, Tatcha remains cruelty free.


  • PETA awarded Tatcha with the Beauty Without Bunnies certification

Vegan status

Not all Tatcha products are suitable for vegans. Please always check the ingredient list of the product before making a purchase.

Vegan statement

Q: Is your collection vegan?

A: We are grateful for the opportunity to care for your skin and hope that we can guide you to items that are in harmony with your values.


Stockists in the UK

You can find Tatcha products at Amazon UK and brand’s official website.

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