Is Pampers cruelty-free and vegan in 2021?

Is Pampers cruelty-free?

As a baby, I did not have much experience with disposable nappies. As they were very new in the market, disposable nappies were expensive at the time. So I got to wear them, whenever we went out. The rest of the time it was cloth nappies that seem to be making a comeback now. As you might have guessed, today, I will be going through the cruelty-free status of a disposable nappies brand. I will be starting from the most popular one Pampers.

You might be wondering how can a nappy be tested on animals? A disposable nappy is not only made out of cotton, I sometimes even wonder if Pampers contain cotton nowadays. Plastics and chemicals are also added to disposable nappies. So these chemicals that are added in nappies are tested on animal skin or fed to animals, to confirm whether such chemicals are safe and at which dose are they safe. So let’s start.

Does Pampers test on animals?

No information is yet available by Pampers on whether they test on animals.

Is Pampers owned by a parent that is not cruelty-free?

Pampers is owned by Procter & Gamble. PETA lists Procter & Gamble as an animal testing company.

Is Pampers certified cruelty-free?

Pampers is not certified cruelty-free. PETA lists Pampers as an animal testing company.

Is Pampers cruelty-free?

As PETA classified it, Pampers is not cruelty-free. I was going to stop this post here since Pampers is known to be a nappy brand so the Mainland China part might not be relevant. However, I found out that they sell wipes, which could be relevant to the Mainland China part, so let’s continue.

Does Pampers sell in Mainland China?

Yes, Pampers sells in Mainland China. I managed to find a Mainland China registered version of their website listed in their country selector.

Is Pampers vegan?

Since we already saw that Pampers is not cruelty-free, I donโ€™t think it would be relevant to know whether their products are vegan. Also since they did not disclose their animal testing policy, I will doubt they would bother with the subject of veganism.

Which brands should I support instead?

If you are looking for a brand that is serious about its anti-animal-testing policy, I have once shared a list of nappy brands which I believe to be cruelty-free.


Source:ย Pampers Mainland China Website as at 06.12.2020

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(a.k.a. Fiona Vella) Malta-born blogger. I have been blogging during these last 6 years on my cruelty-free lifestyle including recipes, beauty and makeup products that I discover, receive, buy and try.