Are you an informed customer? Cosmetic Animal Testing.
They don't want to talk about it. They don't want you to know about it.
But behind the glossy advertising and famous celebrities,
the biggest cosmetics company in the world hides a shameful secret%u2026
L'Oreal does not want to reveal animal testing to their customers, and they certainly
don't want to reveal the disgusting range of tests carried out on the animals%u2026
Disgraceful eye irritation tests are conducted by securing rabbits so they are immobile while substances are
dropped into their eyes (rabbits are used because they have no tear ducts and therefore cannot relieve the stinging and pain).
Poisoning takes place whereby groups of animals are continually force-fed an ingredient until half of the group die. Other animals have their skin shaved and scraped until super-sensitive, then the ingredient is applied to test skin reaction - making sure that the poor animal cannot scratch or remove the substance.
It is hard to imagine the pain suffered by these defenceless animals. But we all know how sore it can be when we get something in our eye or our skin is scraped - at least we can immediately do something to relieve the pain. Think of what it would be like if we were unable to touch or stop the pain, not just for a minute or two but for hours running into days.It's simply so disgraceful!
L'Oreal is the single biggest obstacle to ending cosmetic testing on animals%u2026