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Are the products and ingredients approved by PETA? So no animal testing at any level?
asked by Carole W. on 10/24/17
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Hi Carole W. Thank you so much for reaching out with such an important question. NULASTIN does not test on animals. As you might know, in order to be on PETAs cruelty-free list, a company has to sign PETAs statement of assurance or submit a statement verifying that neither they nor their ingredient suppliers conduct, commission, or pay for any tests on animals for ingredients, formulations, or finished products. We have not submitted the form. Thanks for reminding me - I think I'll put that on the check list of my To Do's.
Since we are a custom crafted line, we have complete control of our ingredients and have chosen raw materials used in our products that do not use animal testing. We are proud of the fact that our DNA designed proteins are made via fermentation and not boiled tendons and ligaments (or human umbilical cord), like other personal care products claiming to have elastin replenishment benefits. Our Keratin is also made via fermentation. We don't use sheep wool or parts of animals for that source. Back in the 1990's, the elastin protein, Tropoelastin was used in medically controlled studies on mice. Our source is not Tropoelastin, it's our patented, Elastatropin and has never been involved in any animal testing.
Please feel free to reach out with more questions.
Sincerely,
Leah Garcia
Founder & CEO
NULASTIN
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