It’s certainly true, notes Rashell Cosmetics, that if more consumers refuse to buy products that have been tested on animals, companies will be forced to change practices that involve animal testing.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 26, 2015
According to an article published on July 23rd by HuffingtonPost.com, the Humane Cosmetics Act, which seeks to end animal testing for cosmetics, has received strong bi-partisan support from both Republican and Democratic leaders after top beauty industry leaders also backed the bill. If passed, the bill would end animal testing in cosmetics after one year and ban the sale of any cosmetics that have been tested on animals within three years. The article highlights how support from the beauty industry has been instrumental to the process of getting animal testing on cosmetics banned. Rashell Cosmetics says that it is proud of the fact that it does not conduct animal testing on its products, such as hair color mascara and lipstick, and the company is pleased that the practice may be ending thanks to the law. Rashell Cosmetics notes the various ways that cosmetics consumers who are opposed to animal testing can support the Humane Cosmetics Act and the companies who refuse to test on animals:
- “Research your cosmetics”- Many activists on behalf of animal rights allege that some companies care more about the bottom line than ethics. It’s certainly true, notes Rashell Cosmetics, that if more consumers refuse to buy products that have been tested on animals, companies will be forced to change practices that involve animal testing. In fact, more and more products are being marketed as not being tested on animals. In most cases, you can discover if your preferred makeup brand tests on animals through a quick search of the Internet. However, brands like Rashell Cosmetics will often note in their product details that the cosmetics are not tested on animals in any way.
- “Contact your local law makers and cosmetic companies”- Laws that encourage manufacturers to end animal testing only exist because of the support from the public, notes Rashell Cosmetics. If you’re passionate about supporting laws that discourage or ban animal testing, you can call your local, state, and national representatives, including your congress members and senators. You can also email or call cosmetics companies to urge them to cease any animal testing.
Rashell Cosmetics says that it will continue to support ending animal testing of cosmetics and is committed to providing superb animal-testing-free beauty products to its highly valued consumers. Cosmetic users who are interested in learning more about the various products carried by Rashell Cosmetics or who want find out about the company’s individual and wholesale pricing can call 310.458.0673 or visit http://www.rashellcosmetics.com. All products are manufactured in the United States and Germany.