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Q&A with Adore Beauty
Can I return products to Adore Beauty?
Don’t worry if you’ve changed your mind about something you’ve ordered from Adore Beauty - so long as the item is undamaged in its original packaging you can send it back to Adore Beauty within 90 days of receiving it. Your refund will be processed within 2 business days of the returned item being received by Adore Beauty.
Can I get free shipping with Adore Beauty?
Yes! Free standard delivery on all orders or order over $50 worth from Adore Beauty and you’ll get express delivery completely free of charge. For orders below this amount, delivery costs $6.95 so keep that Adore Beauty promo code handy.
How long does Adore Beauty delivery take?
Standard delivery takes 3-7 business days and express delivery takes just 1-3 days.
Can I track my Adore Beauty order?
Once you’ve paid for your order you’ll receive a shipping confirmation email which will include your tracking number. You can visit the Australia Post website to start tracking your parcel.
Does Adore Beauty do a student discount?
Good news for students - claim your unique discount now on Adore Beauty products when you verify your student status with UniDays.
Cruelty Free Cosmetics with Adore Beauty
Adore Beauty champion the concept of looking your best on every occasion – but not at the cost of ethics. That’s why they’ve made a point of ensuring all their products are cruelty-free.
Cruelty-free cosmetics are products which have been created without the use of testing on animals. This has become a growing concern amongst consumers, with a recent study even finding as many as 36% of women only bought from brands who didn’t test on animals. Other figures include:
- The global cruelty-free market is expected to grow by 6% between 2019 and 2024, with a projected worth of USD 10 billion (Market Research Future)
- At least 70% of people worldwide want an end to animal testing (Humane Society International)
- Cruelty-free and vegan cosmetics launches increased by 175% between June 2013 and June 2018 (Mintel’s Global New Products Database)
Brands like Adore Beauty are doing all they can to prevent the spread of unethical testing methods. But just how bad is the current problem in Australia?
Right now, as many as 10m animals suffer and die as a result of cosmetic testing every year. The most recent figures for some of the worst offending Australian states showed:
4,977,239 animals were tested in New South Wales
- 1,080,136 animals were experimented on in Victoria
- 1,202,343 animals suffered from testing in Queensland
- 933,242 animals were used in Western Australia
Fortunately, 46% of Australian women would choose ‘not tested on animals’ as a feature important to them when purchasing cosmetics, according to a Roy Morgan survey.
Supporting Cruelty-Free Cosmetic Brands
Adore Beauty understand the importance of providing their consumers with the option to buy cruelty-free products. It’s for that reason they make it possible to buy these kinds of items at an affordable price.What’s more, they go on to define the different levels of cruelty-free products which are on the current market:
100% cruelty-free. This means that no animals have been involved in the testing of a product at any point of the manufacturing process. This means from the raw materials all the way through to the packing stages.
- Cruelty-freeish. Some brands might not directly test on animals, but might have a partner or sister company who do. At this point, it’s down to the consumer to decide if it’s okay to buy from them. Also, be wary of any companies that sell to China. This country has strict rules which actually enforces the use of animal testing.
- Cruelty-free in name only. Some brands will say they’re cruelty-free, but have neglected to check most of the manufacturing process. The only thing they know hasn’t been tested on animals is the product in the bottle.
FAQs on Cruelty-free Make-up and Cosmetics
Find out more about the world of cruelty-free cosmetics by checking out these FAQs.
What’s an alternative form of testing?
Companies don’t have to be reliant on animal tests. There are more than 50 forms of non-animal related tests which have been validated for use. What’s more, companies can choose from a list of over 7,000 ingredients that are already proven to be safe. If these products were chosen exclusively in production, no testing of any variety would be needed.
Why do some companies still use animal testing?
Unfortunately, it’s for this reason animal testing is still a factor. Some companies aren’t willing to compromise. They want to introduce new products on a monthly basis, which means a reliance on using animals to see if ingredients are safe or not.
Where is animal testing banned?
Currently, all countries in the EU are banned from testing. Laws have also been passed in India, Israel, Norway, Switzerland, New Zealand, Turkey, South Korea, Taiwan and some states of Brazil.
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