Is Tree Hut Cruelty-Free?

Is Tree Hut cruelty-free? Does Tree Hut test on animals? Find out!

When it comes to drugstore skincare, Tree Hut has had a huge moment in the past year. Making affordable sugar scrubs and lotions, this Ulta brand has gone viral. They launch lots of new scents and so many swear by their products. But is Tree Hut cruelty-free?

Curious to know what’s currently going on with Tree Hut? Are they cruelty-free in 2021? Are there any vegan options from Tree Hut? Find out what their current stance on animal testing is in this post as well as information on the Tree Hut vegan product options.

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Some of the best-selling Tree Hut vegan products are:

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Is Tree Hut cruelty-free? Yes! Tree Hut is cruelty-free!

I am very excited to say that Tree Hut is cruelty-free. Tree Hut meets all the criteria to be a Logical Harmony Approved cruelty-free brand. There is no animal testing occurring anywhere on their products. They are not selling in any markets that require animal testing, and they do not sell in retail stores in China.

Does Tree Hut test on animals when required by law? No.

No. Tree Hut does not test on animals when required by law.  Nor do they pay for any required by law animal testing to occur on their products. Tree Hut does not sell in any markets that require animal testing.

Does Tree Hut have a parent company that tests on animals? No.

Tree Hut does not have a parent company that tests on animals. Tree Hut is owned by Naterra.

Is Tree Hut Vegan? No.

Tree Hut is cruelty-free, but not vegan. They do have a lot of vegan-friendly products. You can find a list of them below.

Tree Hut Vegan Products:

This list is kept as up-to-date as possible, but always consult product packaging for the most accurate information.

Where is Tree Hut sold?

Tree Hut products are currently available on their own website, Ulta, Walmart, Target, CVS, iHerb, and Amazon.

Here on Logical Harmony, you can find a full list of cruelty-free brands as well as shopping guides to help you find the cruelty-free brands at Dermstore, Ulta, Nordstrom, Sephora, Beauty Bay, Beautylish, Cult Beauty, and tons more. There are also lots of vegan product lists for cruelty-free brands too.

Some of the best-selling Tree Hut vegan products are:

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(5) Comments

  1. Michelle Bronson says:

    Is the Tahitian Vanilla Bean body butter vegan?

  2. Hi Tashina! I just wanted to let you know that Tree Hut isn’t on the master list of cruelty free brands. I was looking for it there earlier today and was bummed when I didn’t see it, but luckily I typed it into the search bar and this article popped up. Thank you for all your hard work – it makes shopping much easier!

    1. Thanks for letting me know! I don’t know how I missed that.

  3. I like Tree Hut Shea Sugar Scrub. I have wasted so much money searching for a great body scrub! This is IT!! I love it for the scent that stays with me all day! I love how it doesn’t leave my skin or my shower oily after use! I love how scratchy it is, by far the scratchiest I’ve used. I wax my legs and this has been the best exfoliation between waxes. I have no ingrown hairs and the hair pulls out perfectly.

  4. Do you know if Patrick ta is cruelty free? I couldn’t find it on the Sephora brand list and I can’t find much information online.

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