stopping animals testing

stopping animals testing

Animals testing are a terrible thing that should be illegal.

just the idea of taking a living creatures and to abuse them by trying on them dangerous chemicals that risking their lives and damaging their health and well-being, and in many cases make them disabled or even make their body create unnatural symptoms just for a marginal "beauty" product is  distorting and sick.

In our opinion, all companies should be cruelty free, and if a company won't do it, they'll must be shouted down.

I chose not to show here pictures of animals testing because they're hard to watch and I believe that the people who care enough to read an article about the subject already know about the horrible pictures.

Each year, more than 100 million animals (mice, rats, frogs, dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, monkeys, fish, and birds…) are killed just in the U.S. laboratories for biology lessons, medical training, curiosity-driven experimentation, and chemical, drug, food, and cosmetics testing.

 What you can do to stop animal testing:

1 – don’t shop products from companies who's testing on animals. how to recognize if a company isn't testing on animals -

non-verified generic makers: 

 official certifications:

2 – complain. It's probably sound like a bad thing but it actually for a good cost, it's for saving lives and to stop the abusing. You can send emails… in a kind way to explain to them why this is the reason you won't shop their products, if they have a customer services (like they should) it's their job to read the review and make you satisfied, this way they will understand that they're loosing costumers and will have no other choice but going cruelty free.  

3 – show your support to beauty companies who's actually care and already cruelty free. Companies that do not test on animals:

I hoped i helped to make things a little bit more clear(: please comment here if you know more companies who don't test on animals

original articale by Help Earth Shop  


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