Our products may contain animal derived ingredients from normal sustainable animal husbandry or farming or fishery practices such as milk, honey, lanolin, silk etc. Products may also contain processed and denatured animal by products with established uses such as tallow, keratin, collagen, elastin etc. In most cases this is because the ingredient performs a function for which there is no suitable alternative available. Animal welfare is an important social and ethical issue. As part of our Sustainable Agricultural Code we work with suppliers to continuously improve the sourcing of agricultural ingredients.
You can read more about our approach at https://www.unilever.com/sustainable-living/reducing-environmental-impact/sustainable-sourcing/our-approach-to-sustainable-sourcing
TRESemmé is committed to eliminating animal testing across the business. Since the 1980s, TRESemmé has remained at the forefront of research into non-animal approaches to assess product safety and advocates effective, science-based regulation on alternatives to animal testing that ensure consumer safety and facilitate innovation.
TRESemme’s scientists play a leading role internationally, working with key academic, government and NGO scientists to lead the development and application of non-animal tested approaches for assessing consumer safety. Where we are legally obliged to commission animal studies, we ensure a minimal numbers of animals are used.
No animal testing is carried out in our own laboratories. In countries where local authorities test our products on animals, we are working with government scientists to help implement non-animal based methods.
Here you will find the ingredients lists for each product sold in Europe within our home and personal care brands.
We also tell you about how our products are developed and describe the careful steps we go through to make sure that they are safe for you, your children and the environment. If we have left any questions unanswered, please get in touch with us.