M.A.C. è cruelty-free?

No, MAC is not cruelty-free.

MAC declares itself cruelty-free. On their website, they write: “M ∙ A ∙ C does not test on animals. We do not own any facility where animal testing is performed and we do not ask any third party to do it on our behalf.

There are governments that conduct animal tests to prove the safety of our products before selling them in their market but M · A · C has never tested on animals and continues to hold a leadership position in the movement to abolish animal testing worldwide. We are proud to collaborate with the IIVS (Institute for In Vitro Research); our common mission is to spread the use and approval of alternative methods to animal testing around the world. " trying to get around the question.

As we know, in Europe, animal testing has been banned since March 2013. To find out more about what I mean by cruelty-free, consult my article.

However, there are still some countries where testing on animals is mandatory. When a brand decides to sell its products in these countries, it must necessarily test its products. While it does not do this on products sold in Europe, it does so elsewhere.

They say it themselves: "There are governments that conduct tests on animals to prove the safety of our products."

MAC sells its products in China. He says he is making every effort to fight animal testing and actually does it in other countries but continues to sell its products where animal testing is required by law .

Then its products, when required, are tested. This makes it a non-cruelty free brand.

Vittoria Tomassini