Cosmetics are an important part of the way many people feel good about themselves, but do you ever think about how they’re tested?
خيار التداول الثنائي لا إيداع مكافأة According to The Humane Society of the U.S, animal testing is not legally required for cosmetics in the U.S., but instead that doesn’t stop companies from resorting to this cruel practice. Tests that use animals to assess the safety of cosmetics and personal care products—such as lipstick, mascara, shampoo, and cologne—are still extremely common in the United States. It’s estimated that thousands of mice, guinea pigs, rats, and rabbits suffer and die in these tests every year in the U.S. alone. Pain relief is rarely provided and the animals used are always killed at the end of each test.
تداول الاسهم السعودية اليوم Lush, a cruelty-free cosmetics company, collaborated with performance artist Jacqueline Traide in 2012 to show how horrific animal testing truly is.
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