Pupa Milano

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Pupa Milano is cruelty-free.

This brand has confirmed that it is truly cruelty-free. They don't test finished products or ingredients on animals, and neither do their suppliers or any third-parties. They also don't sell their products where animal testing is required by law.

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At a Glance

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


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About Pupa Milano

Pupa Milano is a budget brand that sells , and . Pupa Milano isn't certified by any official cruelty-free organizations.

How We Classify Brands Like Pupa Milano As Cruelty-Free

We communicate directly with brands regarding their animal testing policy. Brands are only added to our cruelty-free directory once they answer all our questions and they meet our cruelty-free criteria.

  • Does your brand test on animals, for either finished products or ingredients?
  • Do your suppliers test on animals? How do you ensure this?
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  • Pupa has always been committed to complying with present and future choices of the legislator. Therefore, our finished products are not tested on animals, as prescribed by cosmetic regulations since 2004. We therefore voluntarily commit to follow the guidelines of the European community which recommend, for ethical reasons, to consequentially carry out in vitro tests and in vivo tests on human volunteers, under dermatologic control. The in vitro test as a matter of fact can predict possible irritative damage, so that each human volunteer can then safely undergo the in vivo testing. As far as the ingredients are concerned, we need to make a distinction: those that have been used for decades to prepare cosmetics, come along with a toxicological file that includes data relevant to animal experimentation carried out in the past, while for raw materials of new generation, from 2009 on, it is mandatory to substitute animal experimentation with alternative, scientifically verified methods. Furthermore, from 2009 to 2013, it will also progressively become illegal to sell cosmetics containing ingredients that were tested on animals in countries outside the EU. In conclusion, notwithstanding the important steps forward that have been made in these last years, the exclusive use of alternative testing methods needs further commitment and development of scientific knowledge in order to guarantee all aspects of product and ingredient safety for customer protection, which remains the main priority. Pupa and Pupa products have always been compliant with present and future choices of the legislator.

    My question is: does this say that they are cruelty free? Because I’m not sure.

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