does chantecaille test on animals

Chantecaille is cruelty-free. The luxury brand has confirmed via email that they don’t test on animals at any point, don’t have third parties testing on their behalf, and don’t sell their products in China. Here’s my exchange with a representative:

Tue, Aug 26, 2014 at 1:36 PM

Dear Kitty,
Thank you for your interest in Chantecaille. To answer your questions, we do not test on animals, nor do we sell in China or plan on selling in China.
Thank you!

Best,
Fran Torres
C H A N T E C A I L L E

Wed, Aug 27, 2014 at 12:36 AM

Dear Fran,

Thank you for your answer. I’m sorry to bother you one more time, but could you please confirm that not only the finished products but also the ingredients used in Chantecaille products aren’t tested on animals, and also that no third parties test on animals on your behalf?

Thank you in advance,

Kitty

Wed, Aug 27, 2014 at 11:47 AM

Dear Kitty,
There is no animal testing in the ingredients or amongst our third parties. Thank you!

View Comments (6)
    • thank you for the link 🙂 its great that you took the time to email the company, I have also done this in the past… I understand not all companies choose to get the logos… but I am not sure if them just saying they don’t test is enough!? why wouldn’t they want to have the logo to erase any doubt!? makes me wonder if they really are cruelty free 🙁 thanks for all your hard work

  • I’d like to know the true status – I, too, love the products, but the company is not yet certified through PETA or Leaping Bunny. Any update from anyone? Thank you

  • this is great news about Chantecaille not selling to China nor do they have plans to do so. I need a toner and it’s hard to find one that is truly cruelty free. I plan to purchase their rose toner asap! Very happy about this. Thank you Chantecaille!

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