Eden perfumes were born in Brighton in 2013. Our concept was created to give an alternative high-quality fragrance to the Vegan community, the newly converted vegans, cruelty-free conscious people that like to choose compassionate shopping and not support animal testing or buy cosmetics that contain animal byproducts. Most importantly we wanted to create an alternative and increase vegan awareness amongst the non-vegans.
We are a small family business based in Brighton we sell worldwide however we will not sell/deliver our perfumes to countries that conduct animal testing. Our Fixed Cut of Date “FCOD” Started Ever Since our company was created on 11/03/2013 which means that we will not use or will never use products/raw materials that were tested on animals after this date.
We buy all our oils & organic beetroot alcohol from Europe where animal testing has been banned for more than 5 years, we will never buy any of our raw materials from outside Europe. All our Perfumes are IFRA certified safe and Non-Toxic. We don’t use synthetic preservatives on our fragrances.
We are an independent British company. There is no parent company and we have no association with any organisation that conducts animal testing or uses animal derived ingredients. None of our products contains Palm oil.
Many people are unaware animals are suffering for them to smell good.
Well-known within the vegan, EDEN PERFUMES is the favourite of caring customers who want to smell amazing while knowing no animal suffering has occurred in the process.
Cruelty Free & Vegan
Our fragrances are cruelty-free & Vegan – What does this mean?
All our perfumes are internationally recognised with a guarantee showing that EDEN Perfumes has completed an independent audit proving a genuine commitment to ending animal testing.
What does Vegan mean?
In 1944 The word Vegan was created – the Trademark is the authentic international vegan standard. Today, products must pass the following criteria to be eligible for registration. A dedicated and experienced team check each individual product application against the criteria and query any potential inclusion of animal ingredients, including those not present in the final product. Working with manufacturers, audits for products at high-risk of cross-contamination with animal ingredients are carried out to give vegan consumers further reassurance.
Care For Animals
Vegans understand the word ‘animal’ to refer to the entire animal kingdom, that is all vertebrates and all multicellular invertebrates. The word may be used either as a noun or an adjective and to refer to either a species or an individual animal, depending on the context. Unless otherwise stated, it usually means non-human animals. Animal ingredients The manufacture and/or development of the product, and where applicable its ingredients, must not involve or have involved, the use of any animal product, by-product or derivative.
The development and/or manufacture of the product, and where applicable its ingredients, must not involve or have involved, testing of any sort on animals conducted at the initiative of the company or on its behalf, or by parties over whom the company has effective control
Genetically Modified Organisms
The development and/or production of genetically modified organisms (GMO) must not have involved animal genes or animal-derived substances. Products put forward for registration that contains or may contain any GMOs must be labeled as such.