One of the highly demanded cruelty-free brands is opening it stores in Malta. No unfortunately it’s not Lush, or at least not yet. After hearing this news, I thought that it’s about time to contact Kiko Milano again for a vegan list. This time I got a reply and I was provided with the Kiko Milano vegan list.
Although Kiko Milano does not test or ask anyone to test on animals, it is not certified yet by PETA, Cruelty Free International or any other animal organisations. Kiko Milano does not sell their products in countries where animal testing is necessary, such as China. I usually call these kind of brands grey area brands. Many European brands that do not sell in countries in China don’t apply to be in such animal organisation list. They see it as not necessary since in Europe animal testing is banned.
- NEW GREEN ME BB CREAM
- NEW GREEN ME BLUSH
- NEW GREEN ME BRONZER
- NEW GREEN ME DOUBLE EYE BRUSH
- NEW GREEN ME EYESHADOW PALETTE
- NEW GREEN ME FACIAL CLEANSING BAR
- NEW GREEN ME FACE CREAM
- NEW GREEN ME HIGHLIGHTER
- NEW GREEN ME KONJAC SPONGE
- NEW GREEN ME POWDER BRUSH
Unfortunately, the Kiko Milano vegan list is shorter than other vegan lists that I have shared. However, it’s a start. I hope they will consider having more vegan-friendly products in the future.
Which cruelty-free brand should I contact next for a vegan list?
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