As of April 2019, I only feature products that are made with ingredients that are not tested on animals at any stage, as well as brands that do not sell in countries where animal testing is compulsory like China.
Some of these brands may be owned by parent companies that are not exclusively cruelty free. This doesn’t change the fact that the brand themselves do not test on animals. I try to use products without parent companies as much as possible, as I am also a huge supporter of independent brands that do not have parent companies.
I personally believe that supporting all brands that don’t test on animals will encourage more ethical production from parent companies and contribute towards the elimination of animal testing. It is a hot debate, so I would only emphasise doing your research and making your own decision about which companies you would like to support.