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First Aid Beauty

Procter & Gamble (P&G)

our verdict

Some ingredients used are questionable. We have asked for transparency in the supply chain of palm oil, mica used.

2.7

Average

0 1 2 3 4 5

1.8

Very poor

Clean formula

0.8

Terrible

Green policy

3.8

Good

cruelty free

4.0

V. good

honest label

0 1 2 3 4 5

why this score ?

First Aid Beauty is not entirely clean.

1.8

Very poor

Criteria

synthetic free

naturally derived

organic certified

Ingredients used in some products can be toxic to humans. Please tap the icons for more details under each criteria to understand more.

1.8

Very poor

Hazard index: according to global standards.

Please tap the ingredients to know more

7-10

potential human toxins.

3-6

moderate human toxins.

1-2

low or no human toxins

  • NO
  • YES
  • UNCLEAR
  • NOT ALL

synthetic free

Some products contain Color~, Retinol, Octinoxate, B.H.A, B.H.T, P.E.Gs~, PPGs~, Benzyl Alcohol~, Hydroxycitronellal, Lye, Carbomer, Dimethicone, C.A.P.B~, Phenoxyethanol, EDTA

~can be natural/ synthetic derived

naturally derived

Some products contain Color~, P.E.Gs~, PPGs~, Benzyl Alcohol~, Palm Oil*, Mica*, Shea Butter**, C.A.P.B~, Limonene, Linalool, Vitamin E

~can be natural/ synthetic derived
*sustainable & ethical source.
Parent brand is part of RSPO for sustainable palm oil & supplier members of the Responsible Mica Initiative
To know more about mica and how it can be unethically sourced, watch this post, https://www.zoobop.com/post-detail.aspx?id=4 />
**we have asked for clarity on fair trade source

First Aid Beauty is not entirely green.

0.8

Terrible

Criteria

earth safe

recycle material

We are not clear if Ingredients used in some products are eco pollutants. We have asked brand for further clarity.
Brand's recycling policies are not clear.

0.8

Terrible

Please tap the ingredients to know more

  • NO
  • YES
  • UNCLEAR
  • NOT ALL

earth safe

Ingredients used in some products are not earth friendly.
Some Products contain P.E.Gs, B.H.T, B.H.A, Octinoxate, Microcrystalline Wax, Palm Oil*, Zinc Oxide**, Acrylates Copolymer***

*sustainable source
Parent brand is part of RSPO
TTo know more about Palm Oil & its impact on forests wildlife & the environment, check this post https://www.zoobop.com/post-detail1.aspx
**unclear if this is non nano/ we have asked the brand for further information

***not clear if this is water soluble or a micro plastic, we have asked the brand for clarity

recycle material

Brand uses plastic for products packaging.
We have asked them for more information on their plastic PCR content.

First Aid Beauty is cruelty free.

3.8

Good

Criteria

cruelty free

100% vegan

Brand is committed to being cruelty free. And has confirmed to zoobop that they do not sell their products where animal testing is mandatory as per law.

3.8

Good

Please tap the ingredients to know more

  • NO
  • YES
  • UNCLEAR
  • NOT ALL

cruelty free

Brand is PETA certified and committed to being cruelty free
With no animal testing at any stage of production and marketing.

100% vegan

Some products contain Beeswax, Honey, Urea~, Benzoic Acid~, Squalane~, Allantoin~, Lecithin~, Panthenol~, Glycerin~, Stearic Acid~, Stearyl Alcohol~, Cetyl Alcohol~, Cetearyl Alcohol~, Sodium Lactate~, Lactic Acid~, Linolenic Acid~, P.E.G 10~, P.E.G 12~, P.E.G 60~, P.E.G 75~, P.E.G 120~, P.E.G 240~

~can be plant/ animal/ synthetic derived*
*it always best to write to the brand for more details on an ingredient origin.

First Aid Beauty is honest.

4.0

V. good

Criteria

honesty

Brand has transparent labelling. Complete ingredients used are mentioned on product label / their website.

4.0

V. good

Please tap the ingredients to know more

  • NO
  • YES
  • UNCLEAR
  • NOT ALL

honesty

Though brand is transparent with labelling, they need to clearly indicate transparency in sourcing of ingredients like Shea.

First Aid Beauty FAQs

Is First Aid Beauty Cruelty Free ?
-

Brand is PETA certified and committed to being cruelty free
With no animal testing at any stage of production and marketing.

Is First Aid Beauty Eco friendly ?
-

Ingredients used in some products are not earth friendly.
Some Products contain P.E.Gs, B.H.T, B.H.A, Octinoxate, Microcrystalline Wax, Palm Oil*, Zinc Oxide**, Acrylates Copolymer***

*sustainable source
Parent brand is part of RSPO
TTo know more about Palm Oil & its impact on forests wildlife & the environment, check this post https://www.zoobop.com/post-detail1.aspx
**unclear if this is non nano/ we have asked the brand for further information

***not clear if this is water soluble or a micro plastic, we have asked the brand for clarity

Is First Aid Beauty safe ?
-

Ingredients used in some products can be toxic to humans.Please tap the icons for more details under each criteria to understand more.

Is First Aid Beauty Organic ?
-

First Aid Beauty is not organic certified.

Is First Aid Beauty safe for kids ?
-

Ingredients used in some products can be toxic to humans. Please tap the icons for more details under each criteria to understand more.

Is First Aid Beauty vegan friendly ?
-

Some products contain Beeswax, Honey, Urea~, Benzoic Acid~, Squalane~, Allantoin~, Lecithin~, Panthenol~, Glycerin~, Stearic Acid~, Stearyl Alcohol~, Cetyl Alcohol~, Cetearyl Alcohol~, Sodium Lactate~, Lactic Acid~, Linolenic Acid~, P.E.G 10~, P.E.G 12~, P.E.G 60~, P.E.G 75~, P.E.G 120~, P.E.G 240~

~can be plant/ animal/ synthetic derived*
*it always best to write to the brand for more details on an ingredient origin.

Does First Aid Beauty use sustainable packaging ?
-

Brand uses plastic for products packaging.
We have asked them for more information on their plastic PCR content.

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