Auf meine Anfrage betreffend Tierversuchen bei Uoga Uoga habe ich folgende Rückmeldung erhalten:
thank you for your email and interest in our company!
Please find answers to your questions in your email below:
1. Does your company test products and/or their ingredients/raw materials on animals? [Uoga Uoga: no, our production is animal friendly.]
2. Do third parties on the behalf of your company and/or your suppliers test products and/or ingredients/raw materials on animals? [Uoga Uoga: no, we select proper partnerships.]
3. Is your company affiliated with an enterprise? If yes, does this enterprise test or has third parties test products and/or their ingredients/raw materials on animals? [Uoga Uoga: no, we have no affiliations.]
4. Are your products sold in China or are there plans to do so? [Uoga Uoga: there was maybe one sale to China through internet. Would you mind telling me why this would be important to you?]
5. Are (some of) your products vegan-friendly, i.e. do not contain any sort of animal ingredient or by-product (e.g. beeswax, honey, milk, carmine, gelatine, fish scales, etc.) [Uoga Uoga: yes, most of our products are vegan (all that do not have honey or beeswax). Honey and/or beeswax can be found in lip balms, lip glosses, concealers.]
6. Do your products contain palm oil? If yes, where are they sourced from? [Uoga Uoga: no, our products doe not contain palm oil.]
To help you better, please note that we are also eco-friendly (we recycle our packaging and encourage our customers to bring packaging to us for recycling), we use safe cleansers in production, we are inspected by Soil Association twice a year and agree with all COSMOS Natural production requirements.
I hope this information will help you. Let me know if you have more questions!
Die Frage betreffend China habe ich natürlich beantwortet. Internetverkäufe sind nach wie vor von der Gesetzgebung nach der Tierversuche für Kosmetikimporte verlangt werden können ausgenommen.
Letztes Update: 11/2015