Does Benefit Cosmetics Offer Discounts/Samples for Makeup Artists?
Yes, the brand has an exclusive program called Benefit PRO where beauty professionals like makeup artists, aestheticians, and cosmetologists can get samples and discounts on their products. More information about the program such as the available discounts, membership applications, and much more is available on their website.
Are Benefit Cosmetics Products Hypo-allergenic?
The brand doesn't test nor claims that their products are hypo-allergenic or non. If you may have allergies or an allergic reaction, be sure to first review the ingredients list on the product page and consult with your physician to determine if the product is suitable for your skin.
Are Benefit Cosmetics Products Gluten-free?
Gluten on cosmetic products is unlikely to cause adverse reactions to the skin nor have such reactions been verified to be true as gluten can't be absorbed through the skin. Nonetheless, the brand does have policies in place to reassure customers on the gluten issue.
First, they don't formulate their products with gluten as one of their ingredients and second, they only use high-quality ingredients derived from grain sources.
On the other hand, despite these policies, gluten may be present in the product as it's a constituent of some raw materials used to make cosmetics. Therefore if you're gluten intolerant, available products are derived from grain sources such as wheat (Triticum Vulgare, Secale cereale, Avena sativa, and Hordeum distichon).
Does Benefit Cosmetics Test on Animals?
No, Benefit Cosmetics doesn't test on animals.