The Leaping Bunny Logo indicates that a company has met the comprehensive cruelty-free standards promoted by the Coalition of Consumer Information on Cosmetics (CCIC). A partnership comprised of eight animal protection groups from across the United States and Canada. The CCIC was formed in 1996 to help consumers differentiate between companies that were truly committed to being cruelty-free and those who were not. This standard ensures that consumers can easily find products that are animal-friendly and trustworthy.
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More and more people are demanding cruelty-free cosmetics as a safe, ethical alternative to products traditionally tested on animals. We still have a long way to go before animal testing is eradicated here in the United States. But in the upcoming election, voters at the polls will have a chance to do something about it!
In the 2020 primaries, there will be several candidates to choose from who have taken a stance on animal testing of cosmetics. For a couple—like Blog
Cruelty-free living is the new normal among some favorite A-listers. Celebrities from all over the world are stepping up to raise awareness about animal testing. The Humane Society International estimates anywhere from 100 to 200 thousand animals suffer each year at the hands of cosmetic companies.
Celebrities are standing up for animals that can’t do it for themselves, but who are these famous heroes?
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A growing number of today’s consumers want quality products that work well, are safe to use, have a long shelf life – and do not involve the use of animal products. This trend towards cruelty-free products started with the abandonment of furs in clothing and the demand for humane farming practices. Now an increasing number of consumers are demanding cruelty-free cosmetics. In fact, cruelty-free cosmetics are one of the fastest growing segments in the beauty industry.
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Thanks to the development of new non-animal testing methods, as well as increased awareness of the drawbacks of animal testing, animal testing in the United Kingdom has reached its lowest level of the past 12 years. According to PharmaTimes, the number of experiments performed on animals in 2018 was down 7 percent from 2017. Nonetheless, the United Kingdom still has a long way to go before animal testing becomes a thing of the past.
Breaking Down the Numbers
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