Boscia

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Boscia is in the grey area.

This means that it's currently unclear whether or not the brand is cruelty-free, since they haven't provided enough information. Some brands that fall under this category refuse to share their complete animal testing policy or answer questions about their cruelty-free status.

Boscia

At a Glance

Finished products tested on animals Uncertain
Ingredients tested on animals No
Suppliers test on animals No
Third party animal testing Uncertain
Sold in mainland China

Details

Boscia pulled out of the Chinese market, however they were unable to confirm that they no longer test on animals where required by law. For this reason, they're in our grey area. Boscia's animal testing policy before pulling out of China states: "Boscia does not directly conduct any testing of ingredients or products on animals or advocate animal testing on raw ingredients and/or finished formulas and endeavors to work with partners who share the same values. However, as we continue to expand into international markets, we are unable to control the testing methods used by outside governments."

Boscia pulled out of the Chinese market, however they were unable to confirm that they no longer test on animals where required by law. For this reason, they’re in our grey area.

Boscia’s animal testing policy before pulling out of China states: “Boscia does not directly conduct any testing of ingredients or products on animals or advocate animal testing on raw ingredients and/or finished formulas and endeavors to work with partners who share the same values. However, as we continue to expand into international markets, we are unable to control the testing methods used by outside governments.”

View Comments (2)
  • Hi there,

    I contacted Boscia and they said they don’t sell in mainland china. Can you please confirm with them now? I’m very confused.

    Thank you,
    Ayesha

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