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Smartphone Apps Enable Consumers To Shop Cruelty-Free (And Bite-Back At Companies That Test On Animals)

Written by:  Heather Clemenceau

Despite available alternatives, millions of animals are subjected to cruel and unnecessary experiments for cosmetics. In Canada, although the law requires that animals be used for medical testing, animals are not required for cosmetics testing. 834 more words

Leave Rudolph alone

If you’re anything like me, Christmas decorations going up in shop windows and gift catalogues coming through the door have largely failed to grab your attention, let alone capture your imagination. 1,718 more words

Animal Welfare

Cosmetics tested on animals banned in the EU - or are they?

R (on the application of the European Federation for Cosmetic Ingredients) v Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and the Attorney General, British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection and the European Coalition to End Animal Experiments (intervening)   EWHC 4222 (Admin) 12 December 2014 – … 1,463 more words

In The News

Bunny-free Beauty: A Look at Cruelty-Free Cosmetics

By Christine Harris

Is our vanity worth the suffering of other living creatures? Though there is no doubt that safety should be ensured before a new product enters the market, modern science has provided effective testing methods that do not require the use of live animals for cosmetics tests. 405 more words

Environmental Journalism

India is nearly cosmetics cruelty-free

As per my previous post ( http://thisonebutterfly.wordpress.com/2013/11/26/beauty-for-the-beasts-and-the-blue-sea/ ) I think it’s very important to be conscious of what goes into you beauty products. Whether it’s in the actual chemical components or the process. 162 more words