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EM cosmetics. Cruelty free?

EM Cosmetics by Michelle Phan is from the creator of ipsy bags (not cruelty-free brands) There’s no animal testing involved in the company or performed by their ingredient suppliers. They don’t test on animals where required by law and don’t sell in mainland China. ⁠That’s big a deal! EM cosmetics is independently owned with no parent company. I added it to the list of cruelty-free brands.

EM Cosmetics has now added skin care as well as cosmetics.

EM Cosmetics

So what exactly is in EM Skincare?


Category: Antioxidant 

What it is: This fast-absorbing oil hailing from a plant in  the Peruvian Amazon rainforest, is one of the richest natural sources of omega fatty acids in the world.   Traditionally, it was used to treat things like insect bites,   small cuts, and even burns, which are at increased risk of infection in tropical climates – due to its naturally occurring antibacterial properties. 

What is does: Sacha Inchi’s high omega 3 content help moisturize, smooth, and protect the skin. And for those who consider ‘oil’ a 3-letter word, here’s a 14-letter word to put you at ease: non-comedogenic,  meaning it doesn’t causes acne or blemishes .

Looking for cruelty-free makeup and beauty brands? Go to the cruelty-free list. An up-to-date list of cruelty-free brands.

the cruelty-free list. An up-to-date list of cruelty-free brands.

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