Dirty Works is a cruelty free brand that sells bath, body and skincare products. My favourite thing about Dirty Works cruelty free products has to be their fragrance names. They have ranges called ‘tropic till it’s hot’, ‘simply the zest’ and, my personal favourite, ‘absofruity fabulous’. As well as fun and fabulous product names, Dirty Works bath and body products also come in super fun and bright packaging.
In the UK, Dirty Works is exclusively available online and at Sainsbury’s. Visit Dirty Works’ website for more information about where you can buy it elsewhere in the world!
Is Dirty Works a Cruelty Free brand?
Although Dirty Works claim to be cruelty free on their website, they don’t display a clear cruelty free policy. To be sure, I sent a quick email to Dirty Works’ customer service and received a nice and prompt reply!
Dirty Works animal testing policy:
“In March 2013, a new European Union (EU) law was fully implemented that made it illegal to sell animal-tested cosmetics in Europe. We are pleased to confirm that we comply to the law and do not test our products or it’s ingredients on animals, nor do we employ any third parties to do so as this would be breaking the law. We work very closely with our suppliers to make sure no ingredients are tested on animals; ensuring they provide the right documentation to prove this.
“We’re happy to let you know that we do not sell in China, therefore, there is no requirement for us to test our products on animals.
Therefore, yes, Dirty Works is a cruelty free brand! Find out what else their email said below…
Are Dirty Works Products Vegan?
“The entire Dirty Works range is cruelty-free and a selection of our products are vegan-friendly. When viewing our product pages on our website, if the product is suitable for vegans you will see this vegan illustration, as shown below:”
They then sent me a handy screenshot of how to tell which Dirty Works cruelty free bath and body products are also suitable for vegans. It was a little fuzzy, so I took my own:
Are Dirty Works a Sustainable Brand?
Dirty Works’ website is pretty simple, but unfortunately it doesn’t say anything about their sustainability practises.
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