The company Olive & June was founded in 2013 by Sarah Gibson Tuttle in Beverly Hills, California. The products that they offer are luxury but accessible. The brand provides customers with a salon experience. Also, the brand is trying to produce more nail polish articles that can be easily used at home. The brand does not have a parent company and the only founder is Sarah Gibson. Furthermore, the company’s scope is to have a free and clean line of nail polish. Likewise, the brand is known in the entire world for not using toxic material in producing nail polish.
Yes – Olive and June is cruelty-free and vegan
The company is cruelty-free and does not test its products, ingredients, and formulas on animals. Also, the brand does not allow its suppliers on any third parties to conduct animal testing. All of Olive and June products are vegan and non-toxic or ‘7 free’, which means that their nail formulas do not contain Xylene, Dibutyl phthalate (DBP), Toluene, CamphoFormaldehyde resin, Ethyl tosylamide, and Formaldehyde.
Does Olive & June have certifications?
Although the brand claims that they are cruelty-free there is no certification that can confirm that. The brand is not certified by any national or international organization/program on being cruelty-free.
Does Olive and June test on animals?
Olive & June does not test their products on animals. The company confirmed that they do not test any of their products on animals.
Are Olive & June’s products being sold in Mainland China?
All cosmetic or skincare products which are sold in mainland China in physical stores are required by law to be tested on animals. Therefore is important that a brand does not sell in mainland China in order to be cruelty-free. In my research a did not find any information that Olive and June sell their products in China, so it is safe to imply that the company does not have stores in China.
What is Olive and June’s official statement on being cruelty-free or vegan?
All of the brand’s products are cruelty-free and vegan. On the company’s official website, each product is labeled with a cruelty-free and vegan remark such as this example of nail primes.
What is Olive and June is doing to become cruelty-free?
The company is already cruelty-free and vegan so there is not much they can do but continue producing clean nail polish and accessories. Also, the brand does not have any statement in this matter. However, they do not have any certification which can confirm that they do not conduct animal testing, so I hope that the next step will be to sign a cruelty-free program.
The founder of this site and the man whose idea was used to write the first article on it. Before establishing topveganchoice.com, Brandon was an activist and a regular participant of many legal meetings that pleaded against cruelty and inhumanity in many businesses