The cosmetics giant has received criticism on Twitter after using a vegan claim on-pack despite selling in China where animal testing is mandatory
Hey @Loreal, I guess no one has told you but to be 100% vegan you have to not test your horrible products on animals, not just make them free of animal products.— Jona Weinhofen Ⓥ (@jonaweinhofen) November 27, 2017
Buyers beware, this stamp isn’t certified & product is NOT vegan friendly pic.twitter.com/jKEHLLguCD
L’Oréal has come under fire from consumers on social media, after making a ‘100% vegan’ claim on-pack.
Twitter user Jona Weinhofen posted a tweet with an image showing a vegan stamp on a L’Oréal Paris Ever Sleek hair product, which received 962 likes and 556 retweets.
The tweet caused a backlash among other social media users, who criticised L’Oréal for using the claim when it continues to sell products in . . .
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