Cruelty-Free International Certified
We believe beauty products should be cruelty free and are proud to be Leaping Bunny approved. A global programme, Leaping Bunny requires cruelty free standards over and above legal requirements. All of our own brand cosmetic and personal care products are approved under the Cruelty Free International Leaping Bunny programme, the internationally recognisable gold standard for cruelty free products. We adhere to a fixed cut-off date policy and proactively monitor our suppliers to ensure that our products continue to adhere to the Leaping Bunny criteria. Our supplier monitoring system is also independently audited. For more information about Cruelty Free International, Leaping Bunny and Leaping Bunny criteria, please visit www.crueltyfreeinternational.org
Vegan Society Certified
Beauty Kin has always been vegan-friendly and we're pleased to announce that we are now fully accredited by The Vegan Society. This means that none of our products, or their ingredients, have involved testing of any sort on animals. We also ensure that the same is true for our supply chain. The Vegan Society understands the word 'animal' to refer to the entire animal kingdom, that is, all vertebrates and all multicellular invertebrates. 'Animal' can refer to a species or an individual; and is used as a noun or an adjective, as required. Unless otherwise stated, it usually means non-human animals.
RSPO Certified - Licence Number 9-4574-22-000-00
Here at Beauty Kin, our products are designed to target specific skin issues. Effectiveness and sustainability are important to us. Our Clarifying Bar uses Responsibly Sourced Palm Oil (RSPO) in its pH-balanced base. The RSPO (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil) is a not-for-profit organisation working to develop and implement global standards for sustainable palm oil. When farmed sustainably, and as part of a transparent supply chain, palm oil can have a positive impact - protecting the environment and helping families earn a living wage. Palm oil is one of the highest-yielding crops available. This means that each hectare planted with palm can produce around three tonnes of oil a year. Producing an equivalent amount of oil from rapeseed sunflower or soy would use around ten times more land. The easiest way to check that the palm oil in your products is sustainable and responsibly sourced is to check that the brand is RSPO certified. All our coconut bases use coconuts that are sourced from suppliers that do not use monkey labour.