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How to Shop for Cruelty-Free Products – Companies That Test on Animals
When the EU banned cosmetics that had been tested on animals in , there was a collective sigh of relief from pet-lovers everywhere. But has it put an end to the practice of mice and rabbits being used for tests to ensure make-up is safe for humans? Not entirely. Loopholes in the law, as well as many brands' policy of testing outside the EU, mean that many companies that call themselves cruelty-free are actually not. Revealed: As a result of the EU's ban, companies are not permitted to sell cosmetics which have been animal-tested in the EU, but many quietly continue to do so overseas file photo. They say the practice is still taking place abroad because it's an issue of cost, as animal testing can be cheaper and easier than many humane methods.
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