Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant Review

Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant

Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant is one of several products that I purchased from the cruelty free skincare company, Dermalogica. I have reviewed a Dermalogica product before (the Dermalogica Skin Hydrating Booster). The first product I’d like to tell you about is one that I have been using several times a week; it’s the Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant. I first started testing this product over nine weeks ago, in the very cold winter that we had on the east coast.

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Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant was a huge success, so keep reading to find out why I think you should purchase it, too.

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Dermalogica Skin Hydrating Booster Review

Dermalogica Skin Hydrating Booster

Do you have very dry skin? If you do, please check out my review of the cruelty-free product, Dermalogica Skin Hydrating Booster, that I received.

Dermalogica Skin Hydrating Booster

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Dermalogica is no longer cruelty free!

I wanted to pass on this information about another company that is no longer cruelty free. Leaping Bunny has taken Dermalogica, a skin care company, off their list. They investigated and confirmed that Dermalogica is selling in China, a country that requires animal testing for products to be registered and sold in country.

The Leaping Bunny Program is different from other cruelty free lists because they review each companies’ adherence to a no animal testing standard. All Leaping Bunny companies have independent audits to verify information, and each year they must pledge their continued commitment.

Leaping Bunny on Twitter  Leaping Bunny website

Here is some more information:

“Following up on reports, CCIC investigated and concluded that Dermalogica has had products approved for sale in The People’s Republic of China (China), which undoubtedly makes the company a party to animal testing.

“It is unfortunate that a company like Dermalogica, which has been on our list for several years, is implicated in cruel and unnecessary animal testing—just to sell in China,” said CCIC Chair Sue Leary. “It seems that they were monitoring their supply chain to guard against animal testing, but not their distribution system.”

“Companies need to understand: it’s your brand; it’s your responsibility,” Leary continued. “Dermalogica profited from sales in China and so they are accountable. That is the heart of the Leaping Bunny Standard.”


What’s really disheartening is that not only is Dermalogica no longer cruelty free, but also they were caught selling their products in China. Dishonest!!

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