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Cruelty-Free Color

At Thrive Causemetics, we believe in cruelty-free color and that means we never test our cosmetics on animals. Instead, we develop and test our products in collaboration with our team of celebrity makeup artists, dermatologists, ophthalmologists, oncologists and YOU! This multi-pronged approach to beauty product development helps us create makeup that is safe and effective for all women.

All products are also vegan, including our Faux Lashes which are made of Thrive’s proprietary Vegan Silk™ fibers. Vegan Silk™ is lightweight and helps maintain the curl and shape of your false eyelashes for up to 30 wears with proper care. We also make sure to keep parabens, sulfates, latex and toxins out of all of our beauty products. 

Cruelty-Free Color. Leaping Bunny.

Is cruelty-free color important to you? Tell us below in the comments!
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Comments on this post ( 8 )

  • Dec 05, 2016

    The MOST important thing. I have given up many cosmetics that I LOVED because of their policy to test on animals, including the companies who do not test here but want to sell in China so they knuckle under to China’s law that it HAS to be tested on animals. Cruelty free is EXTREMELY important to me and will remain so. Thank you for giving consumers what we want – NO CRUELTY.

    — Nancy Baughman

  • Nov 25, 2016

    I should clarify my previous comment. I checked the Leaping Bunny website shoppers guide and you are not listed on there which means you are not Leaping Bunny approved which is VERY important in the claim of “cruelty free”. Leaping Bunny assures that even the companies you get your ingredients to manufacture your make-up don’t test on animals. Just wondering if you are truly cruelty free, why aren’t you approved by them.

    — Cheryl P

  • Nov 25, 2016

    I don’t see that you are “Leaping Bunny” approved which would mean that you are truly cruelty free.

    — Cheryl P

  • Nov 25, 2016

    You are not a listed company and Leaping Bunny cruelty free products. Do you test any parts of your products on animals in any part of the process?

    Thank you.

    — Mary Carroll

  • Sep 20, 2016

    incredibly important. I only purchase cruelty free products!

    — Natalie

  • Sep 03, 2016

    From transitioning to main stream to cruelty and vegan free products is a way better option.

    — Julie

  • Oct 11, 2015

    Yes this matters to me! I only buy vegan makeup and skincare so I’m glad Thrive doesn’t test on animals and is vegan.

    — @hautehippyla

  • Oct 11, 2015

    Another reason to love Thrive Causemetics!

    — Jessica

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