• The update on animal testing and why Vatéa is about safe cosmetics

    An estimate by the Humane Society International suggests approximately 100,000 – 200,000 animals suffer and die each year due to cosmetic animal testing around the world. The fundamental question is, why? It’s not necessary to test cosmetics on animals to ensure cosmetics are safe for humans.   Testing on animals provides non-conclusive results as to the safety of specific cosmetics. Animals are a different species to humans with different physiology.   It’s highly expensive to test... An estimate by the Humane Society International suggests approximately 100,000 – 200,000 animals suffer and die each year due to cosmetic animal testing around the world. The fundamental question is, why? It’s not necessary to test cosmetics on animals to ensure cosmetics are safe for humans.   Testing on animals provides non-conclusive results as to the safety of specific cosmetics. Animals are a different species to humans with different physiology.   It’s highly expensive to test...

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