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Is Stila Cruelty-Free in 2019? We Answer this Burning Question

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Founded in 1994, Stila Cosmetics strives to give the average woman a cosmetic line that rivals the products celebrities use. Created by a celebrity makeup artist, Stila is a sophisticated color brand that is regularly featured in top fashion magazines such as Allure and InStyle. The brand also makes a regular appearance on runways and in the New York fashion scene.

There is a fair amount of confusion as to whether Stila is cruelty-free or not. In large part that is because several years ago Stila, which had been cruelty-free, stopped being cruelty-free, as they were selling in China, which requires animal testing of products imported into China – to be clear, China does the testing on animals once the finished product arrives in China. They also have been known to pull an imported product from a shelf and test it – again, on animals. However, in 2017 Stila announced that they would no longer sell to China, so that they can once again be truly cruelty-free.

“Stila’s goal is to help every woman celebrate her own unique beauty; to look and feel like the best version of herself; and to have fun doing it.” In addition to taking care of women while helping them look and feel beautiful, Stila makes a statement when it comes to the environment. The company is committed to reducing the carbon footprint. The goal is to work on the production of Stila’s cosmetics to reduce the negative impact of research and manufacturing on the planet.

Stila produces many of its core products locally, which reduces the carbon footprint. The company has also created a refillable compact intended to be used over and again with the eye shadows created by Stila. This refillable compact reduces waste as well. There is also a refillable compact for the eye shadow trio combination and the powder foundation.

The company continues its mission to reduce the carbon footprint of its work with a solid recycling effort. Stila cartons are made from kraft paper, which uses fewer materials than traditional materials used to make cartons. All of its cartons are recyclable and the company’s aluminum eye shadow compacts are 100% recyclable.

Stila is also committed to a cruelty free world – none of its products are tested on animals. To further support the community, Stila works actively with several organizations to further their missions: CEW, Los Angeles Lakers Organization; Women Helping Women, and the EM.A

Stila offers a full range of beauty products including an entire line of make-up that includes foundations, eye shadow, mascara, eyeliner, blush, powder, lip gloss, lip liner, lip stick, multi-use products, a vintage line and a special section that offers access to a comprehensive look at the company’s best selling products. There is also a full line of make-up accessories available for purchase.

Stila Cosmetics Contact Information

Stila Cosmetics can be purchased at the company’s official website (www.stilacosmetics.com) or at a local retail outlet. Find a local outlet through the company’s store locator on the
website (www.stilacosmetics.com/stores.asp) or by calling customer service at 866.784.5201. Stila can be reached by mail: Stila Cosmetics, Attention: Customer Service, 111 West Wilson Avenue, Glendale, CA 91203 or by email at: asksarah@stilacosmetics.com.

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Is Stila Cruelty-Free in 2019?  We Answer this Burning Question
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Is Stila Cruelty-Free in 2019? We Answer this Burning Question
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There is a fair amount of confusion as to whether Stila is cruelty-free or not. In large part that is because several years ago Stila, which had been cruelty-free, stopped being cruelty-free, as they were selling in China, which requires animal testing of products imported into China - to be clear, China does the testing on animals once the finished product arrives in China. They also have been known to pull an imported product from a shelf and test it - again, on animals.
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