It is not uncommon today to see beauty products with labels that read “Cruelty Free” and “Vegan.” The influx of such products is in response to increased consumer demands for conscious cosmetics, and while brands have certainly delivered, consumers are often left to wonder — what does a brand mean by either term? Are they the same, or is there a difference? Continue reading Cruelty Free Vs. Vegan: What’s the Difference?
When it comes to buying beauty products, you have several brands from which to choose, which may leave you to wonder, why choose Hale Cosmeceuticals? If you were to pose this question to our loyal fans and customers, they would all tell you the same thing.
As consumers become more conscious about what they put in and on their bodies, many are turning to vegan and cruelty-free products. However, while trends favor animal-free, the majority of consumers aren’t quite sure what the two terms mean. Moreover, there is no standard definition for either the term “vegan” or “cruelty-free” when it comes to skin care products, making it difficult for consumers to trust that a product is either/or. Continue reading Beauty Products From Hale Cosmeceuticals – Quality Skincare Products!
Hale Cosmeceuticals formulates an entire skincare line to cleanse, moisturize and boost skin health without animal testing. Although makeup is not part of our product lineup, we do encourage you to seek cruelty-free makeup products when creating your Boo-tiful look this Halloween.
What Makes Makeup Cruelty-Free
Any cruelty-free product at minimum must be produced without Hale Cosmeceuticals doesn’t do makeup, but we do recommend brands that formulate cruelty-free makeup to perfect your Halloween costume. animal testing. However, most consumers and companies have a higher standard for cruelty-free that entails ingredient lists that are free of animal products/byproducts. As a result, most cruelty-free makeup lines are vegan. Where Continue reading Perfect Your Halloween Look with Cruelty-Free Makeup
Animal-friendly means a cosmetic company does not use animals to test its ingredients and products on to see if they might cause harm to the skin, eyes, and internal organs of the animals used for testing. Federal regulatory agencies started to demand that cosmetic ingredients and products be Continue reading What Does “Animal-Friendly” Really Mean?
Hale Cosmeceuticals is committed to cruelty-free skincare. Our products are carefully formulated and independently tested but never on animals. While many companies argue that animal testing is the most cost-effective way to ensure product safety for human consumers, we believe that the cost to our environment outweighs any benefit to ourselves. Continue reading The Cost of Animal Testing
Since our founding, Hale Cosmeceuticals has always been cruelty-free. We are glad to see that many skincare companies are making the same choice, and that many countries are increasing the pressure to do so by proposing and passing legislation that bans animal testing.
Although animal testing has long been the stand
ard method for determining skincare product safety, technological advances provide a number of alternatives to animal testing to ensure human safety. Continue reading Alternatives to Animal Testing
Hale Cosmeceuticals is a skincare industry leader and innovator. We have more than 20 years of experience developing advanced skincare products formulated with scientifically proven ingredients that deliver results. If you haven’t tried Hale Cosmeceuticals yet, here’s why you should: Continue reading 5 Reasons to Try Hale Cosmeceuticals for Advanced Skincare
One thing you can be sure of when shopping with Hale Cosmeceuticals – all of our products are cruelty-free. We complete our own research and development and never test on animals. And the good news is that this trend is becoming increasingly widespread! Advances in technology and greater awareness in public opinion means that someday soon, we may see the end of animals in cosmetic laboratories.
You might be surprised to know that Continue reading Why Animal Testing is Becoming a Thing of the Past
Animals like guinea pigs, rabbits, and rats have been used in medical and pharmaceutical testing for decades to predict toxicity and effectiveness of everything from medical devices and drugs to cosmetics. A growing number of researchers and companies are now moving away from animal testing to humane alternatives that still ensure products are Continue reading How Alternatives to Animal Testing Make Cruelty-Free Products Possible
Many companies cut corners by outsourcing their research and development. They let a third party company produce their products and import as needed. We prefer to do all of the work ourselves so we can be absolutely certain that what we say is true. Continue reading From Concept to Product