Curlsmith is cruelty-free

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Curlsmith is cruelty-free

Curlsmith has confirmed that it is truly cruelty-free. They don't test finished products or ingredients on animals, and neither do their suppliers or any third-parties. They also don't sell their products where animal testing is required by law.

Parent company:

Helen of Troy

When you shop through the above links, we donate 15% of our proceeds to animal charities!

  • Finished products tested on animals


  • Ingredients tested on animals


  • Suppliers test on animals


  • Third party animal testing


  • Sold where animal testing is required by law


About Curlsmith

“The inspiration behind our products comes from century-old recipes mixed with cutting-edge modern science and naturally derived actives. We simply make hair products with all the ingredients curls love, and none of the stuff they hate.”

Is Curlsmith owned by a parent company that tests on animals?

Curlsmith is owned by Helen of Troy which is a grey area brand.

Is Curlsmith sold where animal testing is required by law?

No, Curlsmith is not sold where animal testing is required by law.

Is Curlsmith certified cruelty-free by any organizations?

No, Curlsmith is not certified by any organizations.

Is Curlsmith vegan?

Curlsmith is cruelty-free but not 100% vegan, meaning that some of their products contain animal-derived ingredients.

How do you determine that brands like Curlsmith are cruelty-free?

We contact brands directly with our questions in order to get their full animal testing policy. If brands answer all our questions and confirm that no animal testing is happening at any point during production and beyond, they're added to our cruelty-free list. All brands we add have confirmed the information above.

Curlsmith Vegan Product List

Although Curlsmith is not 100% vegan, they do offer a selection of vegan-friendly products. Most of their products are vegan and contain no animal-derived ingredients except for the following:

  • Ultimate Length Supplements

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