Saturday, February 18, 2012
Avon, Mary Kay, and Estée Lauder Are Paying for Tests on Animals
Why? After two decades of promoting their "no animal testing" policies, Avon, Estée Lauder, and Mary Kay have quietly resumed paying for cruel tests on animals—without letting consumers know! We have confirmed with each company that chemicals are being dripped into rabbits' eyes and that substances are being rubbed onto animals' skin because of requirements of the Chinese government in order to market products in that country.
Click here to let Avon, Estée Lauder, and Mary Kay know that you won't buy their products until they are 100 percent cruelty-free once again. Fortunately for animals, you can still choose from more than 1,000 companies in peta2's online searchable database of cosmetics and personal-care companies that don't harm animals at home or overseas.
Thanks for taking action!
For all animals,
Assistant Manager of Youth Campaigns
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