Cruelty-Free Makeup and Skin Care Brand
Paula’s Choice has never tested on animals at any stage of our product development and never will. Being a cruelty-free make and skin care brand, we also do not contact with any third parties to conduct the animal testing on our behalf.
Being part of the Leaping Bunny Program, Paula’s Choice has not only eliminated animal testing from our company, we have also helped to eliminate animal testing from our ingredient suppliers as well.
Is Paula’s Choice a vegan skin care brand?
Paula’s Choice products are not 100% vegan.
Even if we used 100% synthetic ingredients for our skin care products and cosmetics, the facilities in which our products are made may formulate for other brands that use animal-derived ingredients.
In order to be completely transparent, this is one of the main reasons why we cannot claim that any of our products are vegan.
Our goal for the future is to source completely non-animal derived ingredients in all of our formulas.
Full ingredient lists for all Paula’s Choice products are located on the product page for each formula.
Animal testing regulations in Singapore
The National Advisory Committee on Laboratory Animal Research (NACLAR) was established in 2003 to develop national guidelines for the care and use of animals for scientific purposes in Singapore.
The Committee, which comprises representatives from academia, research organizations, AVA, as well as legal and ethical specialists.
Under the Animal & Birds (Care and Use of Animals for Scientific Purposes) Rules set by the NACLAR, any research facility that uses animals for scientific purposes must obtain a licence from AVA.