Animal testing in the cosmetics industry is typically done to ensure the safety of the products and their ingredients. In most countries around the world, whether products are tested on animals is up to the manufacturer.
Testing cosmetics on animals is both cruel and unnecessary because companies can already create innovative products using thousands of ingredients that have a history of safe use and do not require any additional testing. Plus, modern testing methods (such as human cell-based tests and sophisticated computer models) have replaced outdated animal tests with new non-animal methods that are often faster, less expensive and more reliable.
The facts about animal testing are not so pretty. Animal tests for cosmetics involve rubbing the product into the eyes and skin, forced feeding, or “lethal dose” tests. These tests are often employed when determining the toxicity of new ingredients.
As hard as it is to believe, animal experiments for cosmetics and household products continue even though non-animal tests are widely available. Instead of measuring how long it takes a chemical to burn the cornea of a rabbit’s eye, manufacturers can now drop that chemical onto cornea-like 3D tissue structures produced from human cells.
Animal testing in the cosmetics and beauty industry is one of those things that should stay buried deep in the past, but, sadly, is practiced daily by companies around the globe. According to PETA, over 100 million animals (including mice, rats, dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, monkeys, fish, and birds) are killed in US laboratories alone each year.
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