No, Rowalu complies with the European Regulation which imposes a ban on testing finished products and cosmetic ingredients on animals, and also prohibits the marketing of cosmetic products containing ingredients tested on animals. We would also like to point out that Rowalu products do not carry the wording or symbol "cruelty free" on the packaging since it is not mandatory to ensure compliance with current legislation.
Rowalu products are formulated to reduce the risk of allergies but we always recommend in any case to consult the INCI on the label to verify that they do not contain ingredients to which you are allergic and also because subjective hypersensitivity phenomena to the ingredients could occur.
The expiry date (the PAO) is expressed with the pictogram of an open jar on which a number is imprinted and the letter M which stands for months. The PAO (Period After Opening) Indicates the time interval within which it is recommended to use the cosmetic product after the first opening.
The list of ingredients, written in INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients), is present by law on the packaging of each product and is also reported in the individual product sheets on the site. The list of ingredients may undergo changes, for this reason we recommend referring to the label on the product packaging for the most updated ingredient list.
Rowalu selects all the ingredients based on their purity and quality, the reliability of the suppliers and the traceability of the production chain, preferring virtuous producers for their sustainable and environmentally friendly approach.