Choose Cruelty Free (CCF) Accredited

If you want to look great and support ethical brands at the same time, look out for cruelty-free cosmetics. They’re not hard to find. We have a huge selection of organic and ethical beauty products, including those with CCF accreditation.

 

CCF is an Australia non-profit and independent organisation that provides certification for cruelty-free products. The CCF gives its tick of approval when the brand avoids all forms of animal testing at every stage of production.


Adore Beauty offers great Aussie and international brands that adhere to CCF’s strict criteria so you can embrace an ethical beauty regimen to be proud of.

 

There’s Inika, a high-quality makeup brand with 100% natural, cruelty-free, certified organic, vegan, and non-toxic products. Or take Designer Brands, whose products are free from parabens, talc, and bismuth, as well as being vegan and cruelty free.

 

We’re here to ensure you have the best beauty experience every day, so shop our range of CCF-certified beauty products online today and get FREE express post with orders over $50.

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