1. Yes, they do but they also mention this: “For example, in a few countries where Olay is sold, governments still mandate animal tests. In those cases, Olay can be required by law to submit our products to labs where we know animal tests are happening. This is why we do not claim cruelty-free on our packaging. We do not believe these tests are necessary to evaluate safety or performance. But today, they won’t accept alternative non-animal testing methods.”

      Shortly, this means that if they’re required by law, they will test on animals. That’s why Olay is not considered cruelty-free. Hope this helps!

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