The CCIC Revokes Their Leaping Bunny From A Number Of Major Cosmetics
Animal testing in the cosmetics industry is an all but familiar topic for consumers, manufacturers, and activists alike. It's important to understand that the procedures extend far beyond slapping Chanel lipstick on a lab rat; rather, products and …
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Consumers can persuade companies to do the right thing
The situation is a little different in China, where the government currently requires cosmetics companies to test ingredients and products only on animals – although that's about to change, too. Thanks to guidance from scientists funded by PETA …
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Cosmetics packaging business strong at HBA Global
The educational component of HBA Global delivered a comprehensive learning experience for cosmetic, fragrance, personal care and skin care brand manufacturers. Covering the entire spectrum of product development, the conference had more than 60 …
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Ricky Gervais blasts testing on animals
Last year a number of cosmetics manufacturers involved with China were removed from the list of those granted the cruelty-free "Leaping Bunny" trademark. They include Yves Rocher, L'Occitane, Mary Kay and Caudalie. Mr Gervais added: "China's …
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