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What is the Oriflame policy on animal testing?
Oriflame has never tested, nor commissioned the testing of, cosmetic ingredients on animals.
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What is Oriflame Cosmetics stance on the use of aerosols?
Oriflame Cosmetics has never, since inception in 1967, manufactured aerosols containing CFC propellants.  A number
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What concentration of AHA’s in a product is safe?
Alpha Hydroxy Acids (commonly termed fruit acids) have become popular in skincare products imparting a keratolytic effect
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Are Oriflame Cosmetics products alcohol-free?
Most Oriflame Cosmetics skincare formulations are alcohol-free.  However, some products (such as facial toners) contain
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Does Oriflame Cosmetics make any “aluminum-free” antiperspirants or deodorants?
Media reports have linked the use of antiperspirants containing aluminium salts and actives to Alzheimer’s disease
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Do any Oriflame Cosmetics formulations contain animal ingredients?
Oriflame incorporates the concept of ‘Natural Swedish’ and wisdom of nature into the formulation of our products. 
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Where do I find the batch code of a product?
All global Oriflame Cosmetic products manufactured from 2000 have the batch code and expiry date printed on the base label
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I am concerned about BSE
Oriflame products do not contain ingredients from dead animal sources, nor tissues or extracts from bovine, ovine, caprine
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What type of collagen is used in Oriflame products?
It is Oriflame Cosmetics policy not to incorporate ingredients derived from dead animal sources in our
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What is a cosmetic product?
The official definition of a cosmetic product as dictated by the EU Cosmetics Directive 76/768/EEC is as follows: ‘A
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Does Oriflame use any dangerous ingredients?
Oriflame is proud of its Natural Swedish origins.  To this effect, for safety, environmental and ethical reasons, a
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What does the e mark mean?
The e mark is the symbol representing the Average Fill Regulations. Products with contents of 5 grams or greater must
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What does emollient mean?
An emollient is a raw material used in formulations to soften and smoothen the skin.
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What is an emulsion?
An emulsion is a mixture of two non-miscible phases, such as oil and aqueous.  Emulsifiers and stabilisers are added
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What does exfoliant mean?
An exfoliant acts to slough away dead epidermal skin cells and encourage accelerated cell renewal, thus promoting radiant,
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