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L'Oréal

The L'Oréal Group is a French cosmetics and beauty company, headquartered in Clichy, Hauts-de-Seine. It is the world's largest cosmetics company, and has a registered office in Paris.


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Petitioning Vodafone España

Pide a los anunciantes de Telecinco que retiren su publicidad #TodosconPablo

Pablo Herreros se mojó para evitar el pago a criminales y sus familiares en la televisión. Ahora Telecinco sorprendentemente quiere hacérselo pagar. Telecinco ha puesto una querella por amenazas y coacciones contra Pablo Herreros por la campaña que lanzó para pedir a los anunciantes del programa La Noria que retirasen su publicidad, tras ver en ese programa a la madre del Cuco, uno de los implicados en el asesinato de Marta del Castillo, a la que pagaron 10.000 por esa entrevista. Además de su progenitora, Rosalía García era responsable civil de su hijo, que en aquel momento era menor. Pablo fue valiente y dio la cara para denunciar ese hecho, para evitar el dolor de familias como la de Marta, para conseguir un poco de ética en los contenidos de la televisión. Muchas personas le secundamos y avalamos. Y ahora Telecinco, parte de uno de los mayores grupos de comunicación de Europa, parece querer vengarse contra una persona que simplemente denunció lo que le pareció injusto. Conozco a Pablo desde hace muchos años. Sé que un hombre bueno, y como su padre, es un luchador por la justicia. Telecinco quiere acallar su voz y no debemos permitírselo. Por eso quiero pedirte que firmes esta petición y pidas a las principales marcas que se anuncian en la cadena -L'Oreal, P&G, Ferrero, García Carrión, Carrefour etc -que hagan ver a Telecinco lo terriblemente injusto de esta acción y que retiren su publicidad hasta que Telecinco retire la querella contra Pablo. Estas marcas no pueden contribuir a financiar a una cadena que acosa a los ciudadanos que luchan por un mundo mejor, no pueden dar ni un euro más a quienes quieren poner el dinero por delante de la moral, no pueden contribuir con su publicidad al linchamiento de una persona buena como Pablo. Firma esta petición y difunde la campaña. El año pasado, 30.000 personas conseguimos que todas las marcas se retirasen de La Noria. Ahora necesitamos una ola aún mayor, cientos de miles de personas que hagan entender a las marcas que no deben financiar una gran cadena que quiere aplastar a la persona que se rebeló contra ella.

Mario Tascón
169,223 supporters
Petitioning Procter & Gamble, Pantene, L'Oréal

Stop Shampoo Companies Testing On Animals

PLEASE SHARE AND SIGN THIS PETITION TO INFORM OTHERS ABOUT THIS ISSUE. This is something that is in our hands, so it's up to US to change it!  Pantene (Proctor and Gamble) and other companies such as L'oreal are working towards stopping the testing of their products on animals. However, by signing this petition, you can encourage them to take this to the next level. Animal welfare is extremely important, as many shampoo and cosmetic companies test their products on animals such as rabbits, and dogs. The dog shown in the cover image is a real-life scenario of what happens on an everyday basis. Unless the label on your shampoo or cosmetic product says "Not tested on animals," or "PETA approved," unfortunately, the shampoo you are about to use has been used tested several times on innocent creatures. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- EVIDENCE LETTER BELOW: Some of you have thought that there is not enough evidence to make these claims about animal testing. I disagree. While some of the products of P&G such as Herbal Essences, Aussie, and First Aid Beauty are labeled as cruelty-free, they are sold & developed in other countries which require animal testing. I would like you to read these articles if you still believe otherwise. One is from the FDA, an official government website, while the other is from the Ethical Elephant. Please read both. Here are the links: https://www.fda.gov/cosmetics/product-testing-cosmetics/animal-testing-cosmetics https://ethicalelephant.com/procter-and-gamble-brands-list-cruelty-free-or-not/#:~:text=Is%20Procter%20%26%20Gamble%20(P%26G),required%20for%20all%20imported%20cosmetics The article states that "We also believe that prior to use of animals, consideration should be given to the use of scientifically valid alternative methods to whole-animal testing," and, "In some cases, after considering available alternatives, companies may determine that animal testing is necessary to assure the safety of a product or ingredient." This displays that the FDA is trying its best to improve this issue by using alternatives to animal testing. However, many companies do not follow this. The FDA also stated that if it is necessary, it's permitted to use animal testing in products. The source of the image below is P&G. This is an issue that we can control. You have the power to do so, simply by clicking a button! Remember that we can make a difference and that your click goes a long way!    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOR EXTRA/FURTHER KNOWLEDGE: In 2019, a study showed that the failure rate for these products while being tested on animals was over 90%. This means that innocent animals had to suffer the consequences that these companies had administered due to testing and failure. For further knowledge, this link: https://www.fda.gov/cosmetics/product-testing-cosmetics/animal-testing-cosmetics from the FDA (Federal Drug Administration) will help educate you about how animal testing is used. The article quotes that, "In some cases, after considering available alternatives, companies may determine that animal testing is necessary to assure the safety of a product or ingredient," and "We also believe that prior to use of animals, consideration should be given to the use of scientifically valid alternative methods to whole-animal testing." This displays how the FDA is trying its best to use alternatives to animal testing. However, animal testing in most cases is still being used, as it states in the article. ' These companies hide these facts of animal abuse. By not testing products on animals, we can do our part to help these animals have a better life.  Thank you!

C D
95,592 supporters
Petitioning Estee Lauder, Maybelline, L'Oréal

Stop Cosmetic Animal Testing!

  Did you know that in many parts of the world,  animals in laboratories are still suffering and dying to test cosmetics?    An estimated that around 100,000-200,000 animals suffer and die from cosmetics testing worldwide each year.  Many cosmetic companies are already producing products through animal testing. According to Cruelty-Free Kitty ,30 Makeup Brands That Still Test On Animals In 2019 are NARS, Chanel ,L'Oreal, Bourjois, Estée Lauder,Giorgio Armani ,MAC ,Tom Ford,Benefit, Lancôme ,Sephora brand ,Make Up For Ever ,Shiseido, Maybelline, Burberry, Rimmel London ,Dior ,Revlon, La Mer, Guerlain ,Clinique ,Avon, Almay, YSL,Mary kay ,Max Factor, D&G ,Bobbi Brown, and Shu Uemura. These are probably the companies you like or have heard about. But once you know how this cosmetic animal testing is done, you will no longer want cosmetics from animal testing. For decades, guinea pigs, rats, mice, and rabbits have been poisoned and killed in tests for the purpose of selling cosmetics.According to Humane Society ,typically, animal tests for cosmetics include skin and eye irritation tests where chemicals are rubbed onto the shaved skin or dripped into the eyes of rabbits; repeated oral force-feeding studs lasting weeks or months to look for signs of general illness or specific health hazards, such as cancer or birth defects; and even widely condemned “lethal dose” tests, in which animals are forced to swallow massive amounts of a test chemical to determine the dose that causes death. These tests can cause considerable pain and distress including blindness, swollen eyes, sore bleeding skin, internal bleeding and organ damage, birth defects, convulsions and death. Pain relief is not provided and at the end of a test the animals are killed, normally by asphyxiation, neck-breaking or decapitation. According to Humane  Society International, some companies claim that they have to test on animals because they sell their products in countries like China where animal testing is still required by law for companies importing into the country. But this isn’t really true. They have chosen to sell in China knowing that to do so will mean new animal testing. That's why animal cosmetic testing doesn't end.   So far, cosmetic animal testing has been banned in 39 countries. If we want cosmetic animal testing to be banned in more countries and more cosmetic companies, we need your help. We must stop animals from dying from unnecessary and cruel cosmetic animal testing anymore. So please sign this petition to stop cosmetic animal testing!    

HYEONJEONG LEE
16,467 supporters
Maybelline Needs to Stop Animal Testing

Maybelline does not test its products nor its ingredients on animals. As part of the L’Oréal Group since 1995, Maybelline has been able to take advantage of L’Oréal’s innovative methods of assessing product safety that do not involve animals, which the company has advanced for more than 30 years. The health and safety of our consumers have always been an absolute priority for Maybelline and L’Oréal and we have been able to achieve a rigorous safety evaluation of our products through our industry-leading investments in advanced research. L'Oréal has been reconstructing human skin models in laboratories to conduct safety tests since 1979, as an alternative to testing on animals. L'Oréal scientists pioneered this approach and work at laboratories in Lyon, France and Shanghai, China to produce the reconstructed skin, which is also used by the global scientific community, academia and other industries for their own safety assessments. In addition to skin models, L'Oréal has a large number of non-animal predictive assessment tools, such as molecular modeling, expert toxicology systems, imaging techniques and much more. L’Oréal completely stopped testing its products on animals in 1989, 14 years before European regulation required us to do so. Today, L'Oréal no longer tests its ingredients on animals and requires all brands in our portfolio to follow the company’s global policy. Certain health and regulatory authorities may nevertheless decide to conduct animal tests themselves for certain cosmetic products, as is still the case in China. L’Oréal has been one of the most active companies working alongside the Chinese authorities and scientists for over 10 years to have alternative testing methods recognized, and permit the cosmetic regulation to evolve towards a total elimination of animal testing anywhere in the world. Thanks to this, since 2014, certain products manufactured and sold in China like shampoo, body wash or certain make-up products are no longer tested on animals. We understand why you signed this petition and our tens of thousands of employees worldwide share your passion for animal welfare. We are committed, just like you are, to doing everything we can to end the practice of animal testing. Unfortunately, this petition presented information that misrepresented our policy and practices, and we hope you take the time to learn more about all that L’Oreal does to advance alternatives to animal testing. https://inside-our-products.loreal.com/question-animal-testing-and-alternative-methods

2 years ago