At The Eyelash Design Company, we believe in buying ingredients only from suppliers who do not commission animal testing. The information provided to us by our trusted suppliers states that they do not test any product on animals.
We have been against animal testing since our launch in 2006, with founder and director, Beverly Piper, at the heart of this. We’re proud to say that as a company we vet (pun unintended) the suppliers of our products, and we only agree to work with them if they meet our incredibly high standards.
Since the movement to stop animal testing started, special policies have been created to work with companies and brands as well as raw materials suppliers to end animal cruelty. In line with European regulations, The Eyelash Design Company does not, and will not, test its products on animals and it doesn’t support the testing of cosmetics on animals in any way.
Though we are proud to say that most of our products, including our Microblading pigments, Lash Lift products and lash extension adhesives are vegan-friendly, some of our products do contain ingredients that derive from animals, but cause no harm to the animals they originate from. Some of our products include the following:
- Beeswax (INCI name Cera Alba) and beeswax derived products
- Honey (INCI name Mel) and honey products
- Lanolin (INCI name Lanolin) and products derived from lanolin
- Milk and milk products
- Keratin products (from sheep fleece)
- Silk (INCI name Serica) from discarded silk worm chrysalises
We can provide individual INCIs (International Nomenclature Cosmetic Ingredient) for specific products. Please email us if you have any questions or would like to request an INCI!