Drunk Elephant is cruelty-free.
This brand 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.
Drunk Elephant is owned by Shiseido, a company that is not cruelty-free.
At a Glance
|Finished products tested on animals||No|
|Ingredients tested on animals||No|
|Suppliers test on animals||No|
|Third party animal testing||No|
|Sold in mainland China||No|
When shopping through the links below, we may earn a small commission. There’s no extra cost for you, and you’re helping support Cruelty-Free Kitty.
About Drunk Elephant
Drunk Elephant's Vegan Product List
Although Drunk Elephant isn’t 100% vegan, they offer a selection of vegan-friendly products. The following products don’t contain any animal-derived ingredients:
- A-Passioni Retinol Cream
- B-Hydra Intensive Hydration Serum
- Beste No 9 Jelly Cleanser
- C-Tango Multivitamin Eye Cream
- E-Rase Milki Micellar Water
- F-Balm Electrolyte Waterfacial
- JuJu Bar
- Lala Retro Whipped Cream
- Protini Polypeptide Cream
- Slaai Make-up Melting Butter
- T.L.C. Framboos Glycolic Night Serum
- T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial
- Shaba Complex Eye Serum
- Virgin Marula Luxury Facial Oil
- D-Bronzi Anti-Pollution Sunshine Serum
- Slaai Makeup Melting Butter Cleanser
How We Classify Brands Like Drunk Elephant As Cruelty-Free
We communicate directly with brands regarding their animal testing policy. Brands are only added to our cruelty-free directory once they answer all our questions and they meet our cruelty-free criteria.
- Does your brand test on animals, for either finished products or ingredients?
- Do your suppliers test on animals? How do you ensure this?
- Do any third-parties test on animals on your behalf?
- Do you test on animals where required by law?
- In which countries are your products sold (excluding online sales)?
Learn more about the Cruelty-Free 5 (our cruelty-free criteria) and why we ask brands these specific questions.
Some brands are listed as cruelty-free by organizations such as PETA or the Leaping Bunny program. These brands are not automatically added to our list, and we sometimes find that PETA-approved brands don’t meet our cruelty-free criteria.