The international company recently launched their first ever out-of-home campaign, which include billboards in Times Square, to encourage the public to join their fight against animal testing in cosmetics. The promotion aims to secure eight million signatures on a petition which calls on the UN to implement a global ban against animal testing for cosmetic products and ingredients. So far, the petition has accumulated more than 4 million signatures.
Share this article Share And since last year, it has been illegal to sell make-up and personal care products such as shampoo and shower gel tested on animals anywhere in the world. Mrs Jarrett said that a recent poll for Understanding Animal Research found that just a third of people know about the cosmetics ban.
She applauded the likes of Lush and the Body Shop for their part in driving through the sales ban — but asked why the slogans and emblems are still being used more than a year later.
She questioned whether they fear sales will go down if they lose the selling point that made them stand out from other stores and said: No doubt it is true that they are against animal testing but so is everybody. Sinceit has been illegal to sell make-up and toiletries in the EU which have been tested on animals anywhere in the world Mrs Jarrett made her remarks at the launch of an agreement pledging more openness in animal experiments for medical research — which is still allowed by law.
More than 70 companies, research institutes and charities have signed a concordat that aims to remove the secrecy surrounding the topic could see medical research labs open their doors to the public. Lush defended its use of cruelty-free language.
It said it goes further than the law by not dealing with companies that test anything on animals anywhere in the world. This includes firms that test new foods or drugs on animals. A spokesman for the Body Shop said: Body Shop and Lush criticised for implying some cosmetics are still tested on animals despite ban.Together with The Body Shop, Cruelty Free International can reach even more people and urge the United Nations to implement a global ban on animal testing.
Popular LA cruelty free beauty blogger My Beauty Bunny shares her regularly updated list of Cruelty Free Brands, including beauty and health. Body Merry ♥ (The) Body Shop We have been working with a non-animal testing facility (Mattek) along with China for a number of years to validate non-animal testing methods and have been.
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Oct 17, · On 4 October, World Animal Day, The Body Shop and Cruelty Free International brought million signatures against cosmetic animal testing to the United Nations Headquarters in New York City to create a global framework to end animal testing while advancing the United Nations’ sustainable development agenda.
We do not use animals to test our products, nor do we have animal testing conducted on our behalf or by anyone else. Instead, we ensure product safety through state-of-the-art testing .