5 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE CRUELTY-FREE PRODUCTS

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Each year, more than 100 million animals—including mice, rats, frogs, dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, monkeys, fish, and birds—are killed in U.S. laboratories for experimentation and testings.

Here's why you should make the switch:

#1. ANIMAL TESTING IS MORE THAN WHAT YOU THINK IT IS

Some are forced to inhale toxic fumes, others are immobilized in restraint devices for hours, some have holes drilled into their skulls, and others have their skin burned off or their spinal cords crushed.

 

#2. IT IS SIMPLY UNNECESSARY 

To formulate their products, companies can choose from a list of over 7,000 ingredients that are already proven to be safe. This just proves that they don’t need to test more ingredients on animals. The only companies that choose to test more ingredients on animals do so because they want to come up with new, innovative ingredients to increase their profits.

 

#3. THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF CRUELTY-FREE BRANDS TO CHOOSE FROM

In this day and age, there are many great independent businesses developing products that do not contain animal-by ingredients or partake in animal testing. With news and viral videos, a lot of mainstream big-name brands have now gone cruelty-free. You’re not really limiting yourself that much by making the switch since so many great brands are cruelty-free.

Below are a few examples:

 

#4. BETTER HEALTHIER SKIN

We need to remember, the skin is our largest organ. If you look at a label and see an ingredient that would harm your liver or spleen, imagine the effects it will have on your skin. The majority of cruelty-free products contain natural and non-toxic ingredients which are less likely to harm your skin as compared to products that contain parabens, fragrances and other toxic chemicals.

 

#5. DO GOOD, FEEL GOOD

Buy cruelty-free cosmetics to save an animal, to save your skin and to save your conscience. If you weren’t aware of the cruelty of animal testing before, it’s okay. Now that you know, you can make better and more informed decisions that can have a big impact on animals across the world. 

Resources:
http://peta.org
http://www.crueltyfreekitty.com
http://roogirl.com

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