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Is make-up tested on amimals?
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What do they do with the dead bodys of the tested on amimals once they are dead?
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Why do people use beauty cosmetics that are tested on animals?
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How do you know if makeup isn't tested on animals?
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Cosmetics Your Pets Will Love?
Wearing makeup is a uniquely human activity, yet each year, thousands of furry critters can be seen sporting lipstick, powder, and eyeliner inside cosmetics laboratories. If you want to wear makeup that hasn’t been tested on Fido and Mittens, you now have many more options. Cosmetics that are only tested on humans are known as cruelty-free cosmetics. The demand and supply of such makeup has been growing steadily as consumers have become more aware of animal testing. Here are some commonly asked questions about cruelty-free cosmetics, along with answers to help you shop smarter. Q. Cruelty-free cosmetics aren’t tested on animals, so are they still safe for humans? A. Yes. Cruelty-free makeup is tested on people, instead. These makeups are typically made from compounds already known to be hypoallergenic and non-irritating, thus, no humans are harmed in the testing stages. For this reason, cruelty-free cosmetics are usually a safe bet for women with sensitive skin or makeup allergies. Q. Where can I buy makeup that isn’t tested on animals? A. All major drugstores carry brands of makeup that are cruelty-free. If this designation isn’t obvious on the front label, check the back panel where the ingredients are listed. If the makeup is not tested on animals, the label will explicitly say so. If the label has no mention of testing methods, then most likely it is tested on animals. In addition to standard cruelty-free cosmetics, there are also vegan cosmetics. This type of makeup is neither tested on animals, nor made from animals. Traditional makeup may contain gelatin or animal fat. Vegan cosmetics are a hot beauty trend now, and it will be clear on the front label if the makeup is vegan. Q. Are cruelty-free cosmetics more expensive than regular makeup? A. Not at all. There is little difference in price between makeup that is tested on animals, and makeup that isn’t. You can find high end mineral makeup that isn’t tested on animals, as well as cheap compacts of cruelty-free powder.