Jan Marini never tests its products on animals.
Jan Marini sources ingredients from the same US laboratories which supply university medical research institutes. This means they undergo the strictest possible biosecurity and safety checks. All final products are clinically tested prior to market release.
When you see the caption “Made in Australia” for example, the ingredients are mixed together in Australia but may be sourced in China, India, Brazil or Russia where safety profiles are not so stringent. Remember Creative Gourmet frozen berries? People assumed they were Australian grown when in fact they were imported from China and packaged in Australia. A batch came through with Hepatitis, making a number of Australian consumers ill.
So safety testing isn’t just about where an end-product is manufactured. It’s also about the supplier of the included ingredients and whether the ingredient manufacturer has an acceptable safety profile. If so, how is the end-product manufacturer ensuring the safety of ingredients if they come from jurisdicitions without good quality control?
Most Jan Marini products are fine to use while pregnant. The ones to avoid contain Retinol ie Retinol Plus and Retinol Plus Mask . These are not known to cause problems themselves, but there is still debate about retinol use in preganancy.
We recommend you contact your obstetrician or obstetrics clinic for advice on skincare during pregnancy.
Absolutely! Jan Marini Inc and JMSR Australia Pty Ltd both strive to implement “green business practises” throughout our companies. All packaging is fully recyclable.
By necessity, products purchased from a salesperson at a department store are generally very low in activity and will not bring about much change. People whose skin is undergoing change need advice and management of their product regime by qualified and experienced skin clinicians.
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