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No Animal Testing

PRODUCT TESTING

THE AFTERCARE COMPANY  is committed to the safety and effectiveness of its products.  Following a clinical study which gave a 100% effective result the following claims are substantiated for all products. Dermatologically tested, clinically tested, Kind to skin, Mild for skin and Safe for skin.

Cruelty free Bunny
CRUELTY FREE INTERNATIONAL

Cruelty Free International certifies the Humane Cosmetics, Household Products, Retailer and Purchaser Standards signified by the Leaping Bunny Mark trademark. Cruelty Free International was founded by the BUAV and is dedicated
to ending animal testing for consumer products worldwide.

Launched in 1998, The Humane Cosmetics Standard (the Standard) is the only internationally recognised scheme that enables consumers to easily identify and purchase cosmetic and toiletry products that have not been tested on animals.

 

What does it mean for THE AFTERCARE COMPANY?

We support the Humane Cosmetic Standard. Thousands of animals die each year in horrific cosmetic tests and companies particularly larger well-known companies hide this fact by using clever wording on their products. We believe it is unnecessary to test cosmetic products on animals and support a complete ban.


The Aftercare Company has never tested any of their products on animals nor has any ingredient used in the products been tested on Animals. We have an annual monitoring system in place to check and ensuBUAV bunnyre that the suppliers we use for our ingredients comply with this criterion. 



The Aftercare Company won the first ever Golden Bunny Award by the BUAV for our Tattoo Aftercare product recipe.


Why there is no need for cosmetic testing

Animal tests for cosmetics are not specifically required by law. Companies are obliged to demonstrate the safety and efficacy of their products before being granted regulatory approval, but that can be achieved by using available approved non-animal test methods plus combinations of established ingredients for which safety data already exists. 
Visit Go Cruelty Free for a full list of approved companies.