In August 2018 Ethical Consumer viewed Animal Aid's shop website and found that it sold a range of own brands toiletries. It stated "Our own brand products, made for us by Honesty Cosmetics Leaping Bunny Logo , are approved under the Humane Cosmetics Standard and registered with the Vegan Society, with a 1976 fixed cutoff date (FCOD) and contain no palm oil."
Ethical Consumer required companies selling cosmetics or toiletries to have a policy on the use of hazardous chemicals parabens, triclosan and phthalates. No policy document could be found but the company's website stated that the company's products were paraben free and its other products did not seem to contain triclosan and / or phthlates.

Reference:

https://www.animalaidshop.org.uk (1 August 2018)

In August 2018 Ethical Consumer viewed Animal Aid's shop website for the organisations animal testing policy.
The company sold cosmetics, perfumes and household cleaners.
It stated "Our own brand products, made for us by Honesty Cosmetics Leaping Bunny Logo , are approved under the Humane Cosmetics Standard and registered with the Vegan Society, with a 1976 fixed cutoff date (FCOD) and contain no palm oil. Our Faith in Nature Leaping Bunny Logo products have a 1988 FCOD, and our Lavera products are Vegan Society approved with a FCOD of 1998."
It stated: "Animal Aid is at the forefront of the fight against all animal cruelty, investigating and exposing the hidden suffering in the UK, using all peaceful means possible... And it goes without saying that no product has been tested on animals, or contains any animal ingredients, so all items are suitable for vegetarians and vegans."
It therefore received Ethical Consumer's best rating for animal testing.

Reference:

https://www.animalaidshop.org.uk (1 August 2018)