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Be Cruelty-Free Campaign to End Cosmetics Animal Testing in China Launches with Pop Singer Wang Feifei

Be Cruelty-Free Campaign to End Cosmetics Animal Testing in China Launches with Pop Singer Wang Feifei

The animal testing policies in China are one of the most controversial. Currently, all cosmetics sold in China are required to be tested on animals. Many brands that would otherwise be cruelty free submit to these tests in order to have access to the Chinese consumers. In a recent press release from Humane Society International, they provided a lot of great details about the Be Cruelty-Free campaign they are launching in China. BEIJING (July 1, …

Melanie C Speaks Out Against Animal Testing

Another celebrity to speak out against animal testing and support Humane Society International is Melanie C. The former Spice Girl has been openly speaking about cruelty free beauty for some time now. Despite the EU ban on animal testing, it’s important to realize that this still means a lot of cosmetics are tested on animals for various reasons. It’s never been more important to bring awareness to this issue! Despite results from cosmetic toxicity tests …

LUSH and Humane Society International Call for Global End to Cosmetics Cruelty

In a series of posts brought to you by a partnership between Logical Harmony and Humane Society International (HSI), I’m hoping to bring awareness to global issues with animal testing. While this admittedly should have been posted last week, before the EU ban on animal testing went into effect, the information included is valuable regardless. LONDON (25 Feb. 2013) – As the European Union prepares to finally ban the sale of newly animal-tested cosmetics on …