Committed to sustainable business practices and a continued journey to making a positive impact on people and the planet.
In 1980, two friends created a company offering luxurious hair care at an affordable price. With just $700, John Paul DeJoria and Paul Mitchell launched a revolutionary hair care system featuring three products. More than 40 years later, Paul Mitchell® products are available around the world.
John Paul Mitchell Systems is on a mission to honor their roots, their founders' values and their sustainability leadership across generations. Their passion for hair and compassion for people and the planet is their priority and they aim to take positive and impactful actions that leave the ecosystems and communities where they operate in a better place.
Why Paul Mitchell?
Proud to be a pioneer in cruelty-free hair care
Paul Mitchell is a name that stylist and consumers around the world love and trust
Paul Mitchell is a global community with a long-standing culture of giving back
Does Paul Mitchell test their products on animals?add
Never have, never will. Paul Mitchell is proud to say that none of their products are tested on animals! In fact, Paul Mitchell was the first professional beauty company to announce that they don't conduct or endorse animal testing.
Is this the same Paul Mitchell you find in salons?add
Yes, these bulk gallons are the same formulations you find in salons around the world.
Are Paul Mitchell products paraben-free?add
Paul Mitchell products are both paraben and gluten-free, as well as plant-based and vegan. They are also cruelty-free.
Where are Paul Mitchell products made?add
Paul Mitchell products are made in the United States. The company's commitment to quality and ethical business practices extends to its manufacturing processes. All Paul Mitchell products, from their popular hair care lines to their innovative styling tools, are manufactured in California, ensuring top-notch quality control while adhering to strict U.S. production standards.
Is Paul Mitchell packaging recyclable?add
Yes, Paul Mitchell is deeply committed to eco-friendly practices, and this extends to their packaging. Many of their product containers are made from post-consumer recycled (PCR) materials, which helps to reduce their environmental footprint. Plus, these containers are designed to be recyclable after use.