The Body Shop is cruelty free but not 100% vegan
The Body Shop 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. The Body Shop is proudly cruelty free and firmly stands against animal testing.
Cruelty free statement
For 40 years, The Body Shop has believed passionately that animals should not be used for cosmetic testing. We have never tested any of our ingredients or products on animals and we never will, and we only source ingredients from suppliers who meet our cruelty free standard.
The Body Shop is campaigning to end animal testing of cosmetic products and ingredients, everywhere and forever. We do not and will never test on animals. In March 2014, The Body Shop removed its products from airport stores in China. The Body Shop does not currently trade in mainland China, in duty free stores or elsewhere.thebodyshop.com
The Body Shop is a British mid-range makeup, skin, body and hair care brand.
Natura & Co completed the acquisition of The Body Shop in 2017. Natura & Co is cruelty free. In 2018 Cruelty Free International awarded Natura & Co with the Leaping Bunny certification.
- PETA awarded The Body Shop with the Beauty Without Bunnies certification
- Cruelty Free International awarded The Body Shop with the Leaping Bunny certification
Not all The Body Shop products are suitable for vegans. Please always check the ingredient list of the product before making a purchase.
Did you know that around half of products from The Body Shop are 100% vegan? That means you can shop superstars like our Drops of Youth™ Sleeping Bouncy Mask, Oils of Life™ skincare range and many iconic body care products, confident that they’re formulated entirely without animal-derived products.thebodyshop.com
Stockists in the UK
You can find The Body Shop products exclusively at The Body Shop own boutique chain and Amazon UK.
RETURN. RECYCLE. REPEAT.
We’re working towards being a more sustainable brand, which is why we’ve brought back our iconic recycling scheme, which our founder Dame Anita Roddick introduced to the world in 1993. Discover how you can return our empty packaging and how we’re recycling and repurposing it.thebodyshop.com
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