The product’s safety has been tested in laboratories
Mimacup was tested for cytotoxicity in Echevarne Laboratories, to make sure Mimacup has no harmful effects on the vaginal walls.
What is cytotoxicity?
Cytotoxicity is defined as the property of being toxic for cells and causing irreversible damage to cells. An example of a cytotxic product is a chemical substance.
What is it made of?
After analysing the quality of the silicone, a test was carried out on the cytotoxicity in cells (not on animals; Mimacup is against animal testing), and it was determined that the material did not produce any changes to the cell.
Mimacup is completely safe for the human organism, and it is healthy and safe for users.
- Bisphenol A (BPA) is an organic compound that is mainly used to manufacture plastics. Mimacup is BPA free.
- Mimacup is against animal abuse, which means we do not use animal testing or use animal products to manufacture our products.
- RoHS refers to Directive 2002/95/EC on the Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances. The RoHS is sometimes referred to as the “lead free” directive, but it actually restricts the use of the following six substances:
- Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, Chromium VI, PBB and PBDE
Mimacup has certification to show it does not include any of the aforementioned hazardous substances.
- European Conformity (EC) was established by the European Community and means manufacturers can prove that their product meets the minimum legal and technical requirements for safety agreed by the Member States of the European Union.
- Mimacup is a guaranteed high-quality menstrual cup. It has received certification relating to ageing the materials, in addition to withstanding high and low temperature and safety performance tests.
- SGS certifies that Mimacup meets all the required national and international standards.
- Mimacup has been tested, reviewed, calibrated and inspected by CTI in order to offer clients the Environmental Health and Safety they need.