Is Too Faced Cruelty-Free?

Is Too Faced Cruelty-Free?

Is Too Faced cruelty-free? Find out now! Logical Harmony helps make cruelty-free easy!

When it comes to cruelty-free brands, there can be a lot of confusion about which brands are cruelty-free and which are not. In an attempt to make things easier, this post series hopes to help clear up the cruelty-free stance of some of the most asked about brands on Logical Harmony.

A lot of people ask, “Is Too Faced cruelty-free?” Too Faced is the most well known for their chocolate bar and peach collections, but many of their products have somewhat of a cult following. Their Born This Way Foundation and Chocolate Soliel Bronzers are staples in the beauty collections of many people.

Is Too Faced cruelty-free? Keep reading to find out the details.

Some of the best-selling Too Faced vegan products are:

Is Too Faced cruelty-free? Yes! Too Faced is cruelty-free!

Too Faced is a cruelty-free brand. There is no animal testing occurring on Too Faced products or ingredients by Too Faced, a parent company, or any companies that they work with. Too Faced also does not test on animals when required by law. There are also lots of Too Faced vegan products too.

Are Too Faced products sold in China? No.

Too Faced products are not sold in China.

Does Too Faced test on animals when required by law? No.

Too Faced does not test on animals when required by law. Nor do they pay for any required by law testing to occur on their products.

Who owns Too Faced?

While Too Faced is cruelty-free, Too Faced is owned by Estee Lauder. Estee Lauder is not cruelty-free. I think everyone should decide for themselves how they feel about parent companies who test on animals. Supporting any cruelty-free brand is better than purchasing products from a brand that tests on animals.

Does Too Faced have vegan products? Yes.

Too Faced is cruelty-free and has vegan options. You can find a full Too Faced Vegan Product List here on Logical Harmony.

Some of the best-selling Too Faced vegan products are:

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Too Faced Vegan Products List

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Last Updated on November 1, 2019

12 Comments

  1. How can you clearly state they are not tested by their parent company in one paragraph and then below state that their parent company is Estee Lauder and that they test???? This is misleading and deceptive.

    1. Too Faced doesn’t sell their products in China and hasn’t in the past. I think some products may be available via some e-commerce stores, but products shipped direct to consumers like that do not fall under the required animal testing laws.

  2. But doesn’t supporting a CF company such as Too Faced that doesn’t test on animals, but is owned by a company that does, still put money into the the testing company’s pocket?? I’m sure estee lauder didn’t purchase this company without the expectations of making money from the TF products themselves. So isn’t that kind of like buying an estee lauder product?

  3. Tashina can you please do a cruelty free, vegan and palm oil sustainable/ palm oil free brands list? It would be like no other list on the planet and palm oil is such a big issue now I am surprised you have not focused on it already!

  4. This is confusing: ‘There is no animal testing occurring on Too Faced products or ingredients byToo Faced, a parent company, or any companies that they work with’. But Estee Lauder is their parent company and they do test…?

    1. Estee Lauder tests their own products on animals, but not any Too Faced products or ingredients. Too Faced is cruelty-free, but the parent company aspect is something that is a concern for some people.

    2. I read that the same way as well but realized it meant EL does not test on Too Face. I refuse bad parent companies though so no Too Faced here.

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