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The FDA has no standard definition to define what the term "All Natural" stands for. Thus leading each company to make up their own definition. Mary Kay find this to be misleading to consumers and therefore follows the Eurpean Union Standard when it comes to ingredient exclusion.
There is a whole section explaining this on InTouch under Products--Product Central--Product Knowledge
Lets dig into the difference between ethical veganism and lifestyle veganism. There is a wide range
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"Hey Sarah! I'm so glad you asked. Mary Kay does not test product on animals. We do however sell in China. When you sell in China, you submit the product to the Chinese government and they sometimes test on animals. Mk could have pulled out of China but thousands of women would have lost their jobs. Instead, Mary Kay is the front runner on working with China to teach them other more effective ways of testing that doesn't involve animals and working to stop it. I think it's pretty incredible that they are care and are doing so rather than just walking away and giving up. 🙂 "
"Hey Sarah! Im so glad you asked if Mary Kay is Vegan, some of our products have beeswax in them so that would be your call on that. We do have an amazing ingredient search engine that I can always give you a full list of what products you could use! I know many vegans that feel comfortable and love using our products. Can I ask you more about your vegan journey? Are you more ethically centered as a vegan or for lifestyle choices?