I have noticed that I haven’t featured a cruelty-free brand in this series for some time. Currently, I am trying to feature one each month. However, I noticed that in November I missed it, so I will make up for it today. As I already indicated, today’s company is cruelty-free. So as the cruelty-free status of the company is now not a mystery, I am going to go through the steps I have taken to accept Polaar to sell on my cruelty-free shop.
Does Polaar test on animals?
- “Nature shines through the animals that reveal what is beautiful, fragile, surprising and delicate about it. By protecting them, we are protecting the environment.”
They don’t seem to go through much detail. By Polaar protecting animals, I am assuming that Polaar does not test on animals.
Is Polaar owned by a parent that is not cruelty-free?
From what I could find, Polaar is still owned by its original owners. For me, this means that their values are still strong. So no, Polaar is not owned by a company that is not cruelty-free.
Is Polaar certified cruelty-free?
No, Polaar is not certified cruelty-free.
Does Polaar sell in China?
No, Polaar does not sell in China.
Is Polaar cruelty-free?
From all this information that I could find, I can confirm that Polaar is cruelty-free. That is why I was happy to accept Polaar products to be added to my multivendor cruelty-free shop.
Is Polaar vegan?
Most if not all of the Polaar products are vegan. If you would be interested in Polaar’s vegan products, you can click the vegan tag on my multivendor shop. I will also try to list a Polaar vegan list in the upcoming weeks.
Source: Polaar Animal Testing Policy at 13.12.2020