No, Biotherm is not a cruelty-free skincare brand. They choose to sell in China, a country that requires imported cosmetics to be tested on animals.
Biotherm is a French skincare company that was founded in 1952 by army doctor Jos Jullien. It is owned by L’Oreal under their Luxe division. You can find products such as men’s grooming, skincare, body care, and sunscreen.
Biotherm’s Animal Testing Policy
Unfortunately, Biotherm does not have an animal testing policy on their website.
Is Biotherm Certified Cruelty-Free?
No, Biotherm is not certified cruelty-free by Leaping Bunny, PETA, or Choose Cruelty-Free.
In fact, Biotherm is listed on PETA’s list of brands to avoid.
Is Biotherm Sold in China?
Yes, Biotherm is sold in China. Here is an image of their Chinese website and of their products on Sephora’s China site.
Is Biotherm Owned by a Parent Company?
Yes, Biotherm is owned by L’Oreal, a company that tests on animals.
Is Biotherm Vegan?
No, since Biotherm is not considered to be cruelty-free we do not consider any of their products to be vegan.
Wrap Up: Does Biotherm Test on Animals?
Yes, Biotherm does test on animals. They choose to sell in China, a country that requires cosmetics to be tested on animals. Therefore, Biotherm is not considered to be cruelty-free and will be added to my list of brands that test on animals.
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