The Body Shop is part of L’Oréal, what is its testing policy?
Ever since the Body Shop was founded in 1976, one of its core values has been its opposition to animal testing. The Body Shop has always ensured that its products and ingredients are not tested on animals and never will. To do so, The Body Shop operates according to the Humane Cosmetic’s Standard, an internationally recognized standard that has a fixed cut-off date that ensures that none of its ingredients were tested on animals after that date (1990 for the Body Shop) and is independently verified by the BUAV.
Joining the L’Oréal Group has enabled them to pursue their commitment even further while innovating at the same time.