I asked Dermalogica for a copy of their vegan list, and they sent me this amazingly informative email which includes all their non vegan products and the ingredients that make them non vegan, Dermalogica also included professional products in the list and I think that is important because it means if you work in the Beauty industry or if you just fancy a treatment you can request that specific products are not going to be used.
I wish more brands and companies could reply to vegan list enquires like this, it means I can save the email for future reference and I am able to share and recommend products with you all.
“Thank you for your email and please accept our apologies for not responding to your enquiry sooner.
Dermalogica does not, and has never, engaged in animal testing, and are recognized cruelty-free by Leaping Bunny and PETA. Whilst Dermalogica does not contain direct animal-derived ingredients we do formulate with cruelty-free animal by-products known for their skin health benefits.
vegetarians and vegans may choose to avoid products that contain the following ingredients.
Sodium DNA (Salmon byproduct.)
Silk Amino Acids
- Essential Cleansing Solution (Retail & professional)
- Gentle Soothing Booster (Retail)
Honey Extract (Extrait de miel)
- Body Microfoliant (Professional)
- Power Recovery Pack (Professional)
- Sheer Tint Light SPF2O (Retail)
- Sheer Tint Medium SPF20 (Retail & professional)
- Sheer Tint Dark SPF2O (Retail)
- SkinPerfect Primer SPF30 (Retail & professional)
- Breakout Clearing Cooling Masque (Retail)
- Redness Relief Primer SPF20 (Retail)
- Massage Cream (Professional)
Silk Amino Acids
- Active Moist (Retail & professional)
- Soothing Eye Makeup Remover (Retail and Professional)
- Skin Soothing Cream (Retail and Professional)
Sodium DNA (Salmon by-product)
- Oil Free Matte SPF30 (Retail)
- Super Sensitive Shield SPF30 (Retail)
- Daily Defense SPF15 (Retail)
- UltraSensitive Tint SPF30 (Retail)
- Solar Defense Booster SPF50 (Retail & professional)
Since 2009 Dermalogica has used a vegetable derived version of Glucosamine HCL, as an alternative to Chitosan. There is no allergy risk with reference to shellfish or concern for use by vegans or vegetarians.
Love & Peace,