Aloisia Beauty ™ receives Cruelty Free Certification from Leaping Bunny Program

Aloisia Beauty’s product development, processes, and policies conform to Leaping Bunny’s cruelty-free standards for skin care products.

SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) May 19, 2021

Aloisia Beauty ™, the real and transparent skin care brand K-Beauty, formulated with clean, safe and effective ingredients from nature and science, has been awarded Leaping Bunny certification. The certification meets the cruelty-free standards set by the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics (CCIC) and confirms that Aloisia Beauty does not conduct animal testing at any stage of product development.

“Aloisia Beauty is a conscious and transparent brand. Creating products that are healthy and safe for people without harming the health and safety of animals or the planet is at the core of our values,” said Veronica Konecke, Aloisia Beauty C. – Founder. “By obtaining Leaping Bunny certification, our customers can easily see our commitment without cruelty and have complete confidence in purchasing our products.”

The Leaping Bunny program has been the gold standard for cruelty-free products including skin care products since 1996. In order to receive this certification, the laboratory, products, processes and guidelines of Aloisia Beauty were thoroughly checked to ensure the Leaping Bunny criteria and the Corporate Standard of Compassion because the animals were satisfied. Aloisia Beauty products are now labeled with the Leaping Bunny seal and can be checked annually.

Aloisia Beauty is a women and minority owned brand founded by a diverse team with a shared passion for non-toxic, effective skin care and the K-Beauty ritual. The range offers signature products such as GLOW Exfoliating Soft Peel, 7-day skin care ritual, DEEP Hydration Aloe Gel and a selection of sheet masks. More products will be launched in 2021. The brand is based in San Diego, California and all products are designed and manufactured in collaboration with their laboratory in South Korea, which has EMAS, ISO 9001 (Quality Management Systems), ISO 14001 (Effective Environmental Management System) and ISO 22716: 2007 (Good Manufacturing Practices for Cosmetics) owns regulated by the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety. Aloisia Beauty is also behind South Korea’s ban on animal testing.

“We are excited to award Aloisia Beauty our Leaping Bunny certification,” says Kim Paschen, Leaping Bunny program manager. “Customers can rest assured that they are buying from a brand that not only delivers great K-Beauty products, but has taken other steps to formalize its cruelty-free commitment. And Aloisia Beauty has agreed to do it again in the future.” Get involved in leaping The bunny program is run annually and the supply chain is reviewed to ensure that animal testing is not carried out. “

About Aloisia Beauty ™

Aloisia Beauty ™ was developed in 2019 to make the skin glow from the inside out. Aloisia Beauty products combine traditional Korean beauty principles with modern skin care and contain proprietary formulations with clean, safe and effective ingredients from nature and science to aid a range of skin care problems and daily self-care. All products live up to the brand’s promise to purify beauty. Over 72 ingredients have been shown to be toxic and harmful to health and are prohibited in their formulations. Aloisia Beauty also uses sustainable processes and materials. Aloisia Beauty products are available at and select spas and beauty retailers in the United States. More information is available at Connect with Aloisia Beauty on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, YouTube and Pinterest.

Via CCIC’s Leaping Bunny Program

Since 1996, the Coalition for Cosmetics Consumer Information (CCIC) has connected compassionate consumers with cruelty-free companies, more than 2,000 of which have been certified as animal testing free. The CCIC consists of the following organizations: American Anti-Vivisection Society; Animal Alliance of Canada; Beauty without cruelty, USA; Doris Day Animal League; The Humane Society of the United States; National Anti-Vivisection Society and Advancement for Animals. CCIC’s international partner is Cruelty Free International. More information is available at

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