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Another victory for a cruelty-free world! The South Korean government announced this week their plans to end needless testing on animals for cosmetics. The news comes following two years of
Actress and animal activist Kristin Bauer van Straten wants consumers to shop cruelty-free this holiday season by selecting beauty products that haven’t been tested on animals. The “True Blood” actress, who
A Birchbox member believes beauty should be cruelty free, and has now started a petition asking the cosmetics company to follow suit. Care2 member Jess Barnett noticed that Birchbox, which ships
Cruelty-free cosmetics brand LUSH is joining with the Association for the Protection of Fur-Bearing Animals and Montreal SPCA in hopes to #MakeFurHistory. The fashionable fur coats that some people sport for winter,
Singers and animal activists, Leona Lewis and Kate Nash, took to their respective Twitter accounts to speak out against cosmetics testing on bunnies.
LUSH Cosmetics is all about “Give generously, Use generously,” and they’re calling on Ecorazzi readers to help determine their next big philanthropic gift.