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A new report by the consumer advocacy group CHOICE reveals just a few of the deceptive practices used to market cosmetics. A broad survey of products found that many corporations employ friendly images and ambiguous language to falsely suggest the product is cruelty-free. Companies tempted by the growing Chinese market (and the promise of profit) must submit samples for animal testing. As the report concludes: "just because they've put a bunny on it, doesn't make it 'cruelty free'."
Goal: 50,000 Progress: 34,195
Sponsored by: The Animal Rescue Site

Multinational corporations must contend with different and often conflicting sets of standards when it comes to dealing in foreign markets. In many cases, executives face a difficult decision: concede to local laws and regulations or stand by basic principles of animal welfare. When antiquated regulations demand animal testing, companies often capitulate rather than lose access to that market and, consequently, those profits.

As a result, millions of animals are exposed to a series of painful tests each year, often resulting in death. In this time of technology and innovation, there are several compelling alternatives to animal testing, such as 3-D human skin, computer models, and test tube cell tests.

Urge major cosmetic companies to adopt non-animal testing and pledge to buy only cruelty-free products!

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To:
Dr. Herbert Fisk Johnson III, Chairman & CEO of S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc.
Mr. Robert A. McDonald, Chairman, President & CEO of Procter & Gamble
Mr. Alex Gorsky, CEO of Johnson & Johnson

As corporations with a global reach, you are preeminently positioned to affect positive change throughout the world. By choosing to continue using animal testing methods, however, you choose to perpetuate a cruel and unnecessary practice.

The reality is animal testing methods are obsolete. There are many different ways to conduct chemical tests that don’t harm living beings, like the use of 3D human skin or test tube cells. These modern alternatives are more reliable and less costly.

Put simply, there is no reason for you to continue to harm and kill innocent animals. Many corporations have adopted cruelty-free testing procedures and I urge you to do the same. Until you do, I will not buy any of your products.

Petition Signatures


Feb 9, 2016 Jeanne Cremer When are you folks going to stop the barbaric testing on helpless animals? It's not necessary and cruel. I just can't believe that it continues . What like of people are you? Is it that you just enjoy inflicting pain on a creature that can't fight back?
Feb 9, 2016 wanda gaspich
Feb 8, 2016 Lucille Carter
Feb 8, 2016 Trisha Maugé I only ever buy cosmetics that have not been tested on animals
Feb 8, 2016 Connie Hinson
Feb 8, 2016 Cathereine Brousset
Feb 7, 2016 Dorothy Korsz Let's experiment on these idiots that do such things -
Feb 7, 2016 valerie peiler
Feb 7, 2016 Debra Nourse
Feb 5, 2016 sarah anspaugh I use an app on my smart phone called~ Cruelty Cutter and I use it ALL the time......I have pledged as of last year to not buy anything from companies that do animal testing and I have actually found some great products!!!
Feb 5, 2016 Stephanie Cordis
Feb 5, 2016 kathy reed
Feb 4, 2016 Maria Vitória Magri
Feb 4, 2016 Brian Cauchi
Feb 3, 2016 Sharon Weiss
Feb 3, 2016 nancy gooch I have been using cruelty-free cosmetics since the 80s with no ill effects. All cosmetics & household products should give it up--animal testing is totally unnecessary as well as cruel.
Feb 3, 2016 Gunnar Lien
Feb 3, 2016 Jeanne Burg I look for products that do not test on animals. If they can do it, why not all companies.
Feb 3, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Feb 2, 2016 Lina J. Pedroni https://youtu.be/AhR36gV6vW4 BLESS THE BEASTS AND THE CHILDREN....
Feb 2, 2016 margaret brookes It's all about money and greed isn't it!
Feb 1, 2016 Andrew Weprin
Feb 1, 2016 Jessica Black
Feb 1, 2016 Annette Lapinski
Feb 1, 2016 Olivier Marie Claude
Feb 1, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Jan 31, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Jan 31, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Jan 30, 2016 Doreen Forbes
Jan 30, 2016 anita enticott you big companies should learn from Dr Hadwen Trust come out of the stoneage and STOP animal testing I do not buy your products beacause of your cruelty!!
Jan 30, 2016 Martchen Cooper
Jan 30, 2016 jenn clemente
Jan 28, 2016 Linda Brandon For the last 30+ years I've to always purchase cruelty free products. It is absolutely unfathomable that any animal should be harmed to make a product "safe". There is NO reason to use animals to test products for safety.
Jan 28, 2016 Paula Keenum
Jan 28, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Jan 28, 2016 June Kovac
Jan 27, 2016 Alison Duddell Please please please stop testing on animals. There are other ways and it would be wonderful if you could make a change and take a stand for animals. Thank you.
Jan 27, 2016 Linda L.-Schaeffer
Jan 26, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Jan 26, 2016 Barbara Dell
Jan 25, 2016 Manuel Davila Rodriguez
Jan 24, 2016 maria sacco
Jan 23, 2016 Lívia Silva
Jan 23, 2016 Paula Genders
Jan 23, 2016 Jennifer Ryan This must stop!! There's a reason no human has volunteered for this testing on them just because animals don't speak our language does not mean they want or deserve this horrible testing;! You're so sure of your product, test it on yourself!
Jan 23, 2016 Joanna Ziajew
Jan 22, 2016 Cynthia Simpson
Jan 22, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Jan 20, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Jan 20, 2016 Ranee Kohner

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