Suzana Rose

Palmer’s is NOT cruelty-free.

This means that this brand tests on animals or finances animal testing. Some brands that fall under this category test on animals where required by law, which means they're not cruelty-free.


“Palmer’s sells products to distributors around the globe including South East Asia who in turn sells to countries in Asia- including China.

We do not allow any third parties to test on animals in the US.”

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  • They actually say on their website that they are cruelty-free and specifically that they do not test on animals! WTH are you on about

  • Yeah, it’s baffling. It seems like there’s a pattern of companies claiming “cruelty-free” and “not tested on animals”, yet at the same time these very brands are being sold in countries that mandates animal testing.

    In Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula’s website, the phrase “does not conduct product tests on animals” is actually taken from the phrase “We do not allow any third parties to test on animals in the US.”

    Lol, they literally just left out the “in the US” part!!! So actually, the full phrase is “does not conduct product tests on animals IN THE US.” This means that Palmer’s is still doing animal testing overseas. Smh!

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