There are more and more countries in the world who have completely stopped and banned all testing on animals for products used in cosmetics, cleaning and hygiene. Some countries have moved forward and will stop in the near future. Why are some countries not supporting this move? If more companies are told that the consumer will no longer buy products tested on animals pressure will get them to rethink their policies. And then pressure will mount on changing the legal side of this kind of torture.
“India is well on its way to becoming a cruelty-free country following its recent ban—enacted, in part, thanks to PETA India’s efforts—on testing cosmetics on animals as well as the proposed ban on importing animal-tested cosmetics into the country. Now, the Indian Beauty & Hygiene Association (IBHA)—an organization representing L’Oréal, Procter & Gamble, Unilever, and other companies—is actively challenging these efforts to end animal testing.”
“Looking for more ways to help? Check out the following suggestions:
- Reach out to L’Oréal and Procter & Gamble on Facebook. Tell them why you’re so upset that they are supporting cruel tests on animals.
- Share this information with three of your friends or family members:https://secure.peta.org/site/Advocacy?page=OnScreenThanks&id=5625. Urge them to join you in making compassionate decisions a part of everyday life.
- Take further action for animals by telling Avon, Mary Kay, Revlon, and Estée Lauder that you will no longer buy their products until they halt all tests on animals.”
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