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Victoria's Secret, Chrissy Eisenhard, Maybelline, Mark Fischer, Krista Mcdonough, Danone, Adam Sykes, Louise Firestone, Lindsey Adsit, Emily Pero, Juliana Shyu, Kameron Kubicki, Jessica Jenkins
We call for the removal of Gigi and Bella Hadid as your brand ambassadors. Gigi and Bella Hadid have been fanning the flames of antisemitism by spreading misinformation and perpetuating antisemitic tropes through their social media accounts on Twitter and Instagram.  Posting that Israel practices “ethnic cleansing, military occupation and apartheid” and claiming that it is not a country but a land settled by colonizers is not only historically inaccurate but patently antisemitic.   According to an article published May 17, 2021, on “Human Rights Watch", Europe is experiencing a “Worrying Surge of Antisemitism.”  We are also witnessing a wave of antisemitic violence here in the United States.  We hope that your brand meets the magnitude of this moment by taking a stand against antisemitism and breaking its ties with individuals like Gigi and Bella Hadid who espouse such hateful and dangerous views. It is one thing to be critical of a country, it is quite another to claim that it does not have the right to exist.  Read more

Stop Anti-semitism NowLos Angeles, CA, United States
Estee Lauder, Maybelline, L'Oréal
  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!     Read more

J JCalifornia, United States
ministero della salute, Animal kind, Maybelline, Estee Lauder, L'Oréal, Dove, Head and shoulders, Pantene, Avon Products, ACQUAFRESH , pampers, Aveeno, Listerine
many companies still test products on animals before putting them on the market, how much do we want to continue this cruelty? How much do we still want to make the animals suffer? What if we were in their place? How much longer do we want to turn our heads and not look at these cruelties? Animals that should be free continue to be victims of beauty workshops. I say stop, you?tante compagnie ancora oggi testano i prodotti sugli animali prima di inserirli nel mercato, quanto vogliamo far continuare queste crudeltà? Quanto vogliamo far soffrire ancora gli animali? E se fossimo noi al loro posto?Quanto ancora vogliamo girare la testa e non guardare queste crudeltà? Animali che dovrebbero stare in libertà continuano ad essere vittime dei laboratori di dico stop, tu?  Read more

Sara BuonportoItalia
Mr Deep Kalra, Mr RAJIV MATHUR, Zomato, Zomato PR, Sachin bansal, Mr Abhishek Ganguly, Maybelline, Reliance trends, Mr PUSHKARAJ SHENAI, Mr PIRUZ KHAMBATTA, Panasonic, Panasonic India, Mr Shailesh ...
We as a Consumer’s  of your products on a daily basis are in love with your products but the advertising faces of your companies have been a pain in our eyes,We have been buying your products since a long long time Locally and Internationally as well and We have been seeing same old Bollywood Faces for so long ,That we are signing this petition on behalf of every people who are tired of seeing the same old faces like “ALIA BHATT,AMIR KHAN ,SHAHRUKH KHAN, RANBIR KAPOOR ,SONAM KAPOOR,SALMAN KHAN,SONAKSHI SINHA ,ANANYA PANDEY AND ETC We would really appreciate if we can see new faces in the advertisements and Brand endorsements so that We can give continuity to the goods we purchase on a day to basis and services that we use daily .  New Talents are rare and raw instead of Paying Crores to these Bollywood Actors you people definitely have Power to be the change and make a change and bring new faces among Us   We would highly request you to bring this Change because there is always another Company with same Products and Services willing to look after their CONSUMER  Needs  and we by signing this PETITION can definitely replace the products we have been using if our needs are not taken into action by these companies respectively .  BE THE CHANGE ,ENCOURAGE AND ENDORSE NEW TALENTS Read more

Keerti BSydney, Australia
Maybelline, Kamala Harris, Boris Johnson
More than hundreds of companies use animal tested products. Companies such as maybelline, Victoria’s Secret, and more. This is absolutely disgusting. Products like this could actually blind them, and even kill them. I encourage you to watch the ralph the rabbit videos posted on YouTube and Tik Tok, just so you can realise how bad this really is. That’s why I’m asking you to check products before you buy them. If you see that it’s animal tested, don’t be that person to buy them. If we could protest enough to get the message out there we could potentially stop animal testing for good.  This is sick and I encourage you to spread the word, make even more petitions, or even donate to change if you can. This message needs to be spread. It breaks my heart to see makeup products tested on living animals, when there’s humans who would love to help and take their place. Most products used are toxic to animals. Thank you for reading my petition, I hope you can realise how bad this is and why we need to stop it. Ralph the rabbit video: Please watch this to understand the perspective of what animals are going through and how we should fight to change this act of cruelty. Thank you for reading.Read more

Ria JonesRomford, United Kingdom
Avon Products, Maybelline
**People always comment how there is a decline in animals or how animals are going extinct but companies that test on animals are just killing them off.  At the end of the testing whether it be chemical intake, skin irritation, makeup, eye drops (irritation) and many more, they are not given any pain relief so the tested animal is killed off. The consumer isn't earning a 100% safe product from the company either just from testing it on an animal first or seeing how many force feed chemicals the animal may take before dying. Companies have the choice and a good number choose to test on animals because they have a new and exciting product for the consumer. New and exciting products are not the best solution for the consumer, the companies and the animals health and safety. By using the thousand of ingredients that have a history of being safe, the company wont need to do any further testing since it already has existing safe data. I believe by putting laws in position to ban any and all product being tested on animals will not only help our ecosystem and our planet as a whole but will majorly increase the cruelty concerns for animals every where and animals wont start to go extinct. Animals are living breathing creatures just like everything else on this planet, they do not deserve to be killed off just to be tested on.**Read more

Ana DRockford, IL, United States
Animals deserve rights just as much as humans do. In order to be humane, it is ideal that we continue to support animal rights- not only protesting against hunting/poaching. Animal testing is something that not only happens in cosmetics, it happens in several other areas such  Xenotransplantation,Toxicology testing, and Drug testing. This is something that should be stopped, because the animals being tested upon cannot help their situation.  In order to ensure animal testing becomes a rarity instead of a normalcy in the world of beauty, we must start with one single company. Maybelline is a large company that sells products in drugstores as well as beauty shops like Ulta and Sephora. With the flourishing beauty industry, it is vital that we remain humane and vanquish the practice of animal testing from as many companies as we can- once and for all.  Signing this petition, no matter how small of an action it may seem, will help conquer the disgusting treatment we call animal testing. Signatures will add up, and if we all team up we can make sure rabbits, mice, guinea pigs and cats no longer have to suffer for the benefit of our superficial beauty. Read more

DaVinci CalcaraIllinois, United States
Lancome, Make Up For Ever, Maybelline, Rimmel London, Revlon, Clinique, Max Factor, Bobbi Brown, chanel, Bourjois, benefit, Burberry, Dior, La Mer, Dolce and Gabbana, MAC, Estee Lauder, L'Oreal, Bl...
Presently, over one million animals are burned, injured, and poisoned in US labs every year as a result of animal testing in laboratories. Each year, at least 115 million animals are used in experiments worldwide but only three percent of them survive (“Arguments against Animal Testing”). Using non-animal alternatives to animal testing will allow for better quality of life for animals and better experimental testing results; encouraging future generations to promote widespread awareness against animal testing and enforce changes. Throughout the world, millions of mice, rabbits, primates, cats, dogs and other animals are locked inside confined cages in laboratories from weeks to months at a time. “They languish in pain, suffer from extreme frustration, ache with loneliness, and long to be free. The complete lack of environmental enrichment and the stress of their living situation cause some animals to develop neurotic types of behavior such as incessantly spinning in circles, rocking back and forth, pulling out their own fur, and even biting themselves. After enduring a life of pain, loneliness, and terror, almost all of them will be killed (“The Truth about Animals,” 2010).” Millions of animals suffer and die in US laboratories to test for consumer drug, cosmetic, food and chemical safety as well as in medical training exercises and curiosity-conducted medical experiments at numerous Universities. Additionally, animals die due to classroom dissections and experiments despite the fact that modern non-animal tests have been shown to have more educational value, save teachers time, and save schools money on numerous occasions (“The Truth about Animals,” 2010). Examples of animal tests include lethal dose tests to determine whether the dose results in death or illness, repeated force-feeding to look for signs of general health hazards and/or illnesses, force-feeding mice and rats to inhale toxic fumes and dogs to try pesticides, and dripping corrosive chemicals into rabbits’ sensitive eyes (“Cosmetics Testing FAQ”). Inflicting both “physical pain as well as psychological distress and suffering on large numbers of sentient creatures… provide little understanding of how chemicals behave in the body, and in many cases do not correctly predict real-world human reactions (“About Animal Testing,” 2019).”  A notable factor in animal testing is the guarantee of the animals deaths by asphyxiation, neck-breaking or decapitation. Pain relief is not provided. The inhumane and unnecessary testings held on animals takes away millions of innocent lives only to provide inaccurate and unreliable results for humans. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has noted that ninety-five percent of all drugs shown to be safe and effective in animal tests fail in human trials due to lack of effectiveness or hazard. Testing is unproductive because animals do not contract many diseases humans do, such as HIV, schizophrenia and most cancers. “Such experiments belittle the complexity of human conditions which are affected by wide-ranging variables such as genetics, socio-economic factors, deeply-rooted psychological issues and different personal experiences (“Arguments against Animal Testing”).” The federal government and many health charities choose to fund animal laboratory experiments rather than clinical or epidemiological studies, which have been proven to be more effective, with donor and taxpayer contributions. “Trying to mirror human diseases or toxicity by artificially creating symptoms in mice, dogs or monkeys has major scientific limitations that cannot be overcome. Very often the symptoms and responses to potential treatments seen in other species are dissimilar to those of human patients. As a consequence, nine out of every 10 candidate medicines that appear safe and effective in animal studies fail when given to humans (“About Animal Testing,” 2019).” Drug failures and research not only risk health workers safety but also waste resources and money in clinical trials. “Even if a product harms animals, it can still be marketed to consumers. Conversely, just because a product was shown to be safe in animals does not guarantee that it will be safe to use in humans (“The Truth about Animals,” 2010).” Therefore, unreliable and ineffective animal tests mean consumer safety cannot be guaranteed which defeats the purpose of animal testing altogether. Alternate, cost-effective, non-animal tests such as human cell-based tests and sophisticated computer models deliver human-relevant results in hours or days, unlike some animal tests that can take months or years (“Cosmetics Testing FAQ”). All animals regardless of breed or size are beneficial to our beautiful planet; and it has been repeatedly and medically proven that a large percentage of all testing provides inaccurate results and information. Improved developments of non-animal alternatives to laboratory testing can win the hearts of communities troubled by scientific testing on animals and allow a better quality of life for both industries, health workers and animals. Most notably, it will allow for a modern reputation of compassionate science for generations to come. Alternate testing methods to ensure safety of products include: The use of artificial human skin instead of animals: can save thousands of rabbits each year from painful skin corrosion and irritation tests.  The Bovine Corneal Opacity and Permeability Test, and Isolated Chicken Eye Test use eyes from animals that have been slaughtered for the meat industry instead of live rabbits to detect chemicals and products that are severely irritating to the eyes.  Human-patient simulators and Cell based research methods Cadavers- corpses that medical students use to dissect and conduct experiments on Advanced Microchips (real human cells and tissues constructed into fully functioning organs, that can be used to test new drugs In a more accurate and moral way) The replacement test - using donated human tissues has the potential to save thousands of animal lives. It gives MUCH more accurate test results for humans and is proven to be safer. PLEASE ADD YOUR NAME TO THE PETITION IF YOU SUPPORT COSMETIC/CLOTHING BRANDS TO SWITCH TO USING (NON-ANMIAL) ALTERNATIVE METHODS!  We greatly appreciate your support. The more support we have, the greater impact we can make together! Read more

A HSUnited States
Animals are tested in such big companies Like:- Maybelline!    Isn't that a shock? Let's know more about it- Maybelline does tests on animals. They sell their products in China, where animal testing is mandatory for foreign cosmetics. Because of this, Maybelline isn’t considered to be a cruelty-free brand. Its parent company L’Oreal shares the same policy. By signing this petition you can make a change. One vote can make a change. If this petition wins, laywers will case against Maybelline! Animals like rabbits, rats, guinea pigs, mice and even dogs are tested on! Their eyes are blinded. Skins rashed. Ears cut off. And  At the end all of them are simply killed! Do you think that's good or is it good using products of such companies which are sold after killing hundreds of animals?Read more

Kiah ShahIndia
benefit, Estee Lauder, MAC, L'Oreal, Lancome, Maybelline
Animals are still suffering and dying to test shampoo, mascara and other cosmetic products. Terrified rabbits, rats, guinea pigs and mice have substances forced down their throats, dripped into their eyes or smeared onto their skin before they are killed. 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.    Approximately 500,000 animals die on a yearly basis doing cosmetics tests. it is possible now more than ever to stop this cruel acts of animal testing and replace them with much more modern methods 41 countries Have full or partial bans on cosmetics animal testing, including all European Union countries, Australia, India, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway and South Korea.  so, what is stopping America join this movements?  We're fighting to start a beauty revolution. You can help us be the change. Read more

Sabdhy SanchezEl Salvador