In over 80% of the world including Brazil, still allows animals unnecessary tests are used in cosmetics and cruel. Animals including rabbits, guinea pigs, mice and rats are routinely subjected to injections and gases are force fed eexecutados to test cosmetics worldwide . Cruelty Free International believes that it is ethically unacceptable and unnecessary.
Traditionally, cosmetics has been tested on animals to show that they are effective and safe to use. However, this can be done through the use of already approved tests that do not make use of animals, supporting itself on the many combinations of ingredients that are already established as safe for human use.
Many countries, including the European Union in its entirety, use these modern non-animal methods and the Brazilian Centre for the Validation of Alternative Methods (BraCVAM) has established itself as a form of non-animal alternatives approved for use in Brazil. These more humane and modern methods are better for us since they are more reliable in predictive about how we react to them terms - and of course, best also for animals they no longer need to undergo many hardships.
We call on all friendly to the cause Brazilians to sign and share our petition that urges the Brazilian Government to put an end to animal testing in cosmetics.
Over 80% of the world, including Brazil, Still Allows animals to be used in cruel and unnecessary tests for cosmetics. Animals including rabbits, guinea pigs, mice and rats are routinely injected, gassed, force-fed and killed for cosmetics testing worldwide. Cruelty Free International Believes this is ethically unacceptable and unnecessary.
Traditionally, cosmetics have been tested on animals to demonstrate They are effective and safe to use. However, this can be done by using the approved tests que not use animals, and by sticking to the many combinations of existing ingredients que have already been established for the safe human use.
Many countries, including the whole of the European Union, use these modern non-pet methods, and the Brazilian Centre for the Validation of Alternative Methods (BracVam) has been established to approve non-Animal Alternative for use in Brazil. These humane, modern methods are better for the humans They are more reliable at predicting how we will react, and of course better for animals who no longer have to suffer.
We urge all compassionate Brazilians to sign and share our petition calling on the Government to Brazil end Animal testing for cosmetics.