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YES! amika is cruelty-free, accredited with both Leaping Bunny and PETA, and they offer some vegan options although their entire range is not 100% vegan. amika does not sell in China where it is required by law to test on animals, and their products are not tested on animals.

What they sell

amika sells hair care products like shampoo, conditioner, styling tools, hair brushes, dry shampoo, detangler, anti-humidity, and volumizers.

Are they owned by a parent company?

No, they are not owned by a parent company who test on animals.

amika animal testing policy

The official amika animal testing policy states they do not test their products on animals.

Are amika products cruelty-free? amika never has and never will conduct animal testing. When we create a product, we test it on ourselves, our friends, and anyone and everyone we can get our hands on! We test on people, never animals. To show our commitment to being cruelty-free, amika has been certified under the Leaping Bunny Standard.”

Do they sell in China?

Is amika sold in China? No, they do not sell their products in China.

Is amika vegan?

No, some of their products contain hydrolyzed keratin, derived from sheep’s wool (The Kure Shampoo and Conditioner and Bust Your Brass Cool Blonde Shampoo contains keratin). Haute Mess Texture Gel contains honey extract, which comes from honey bees.

Does amika test on animals?

No, amika does not test their products on animals.


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