Remembering Sheena

Stop Animal Abuse in Malaysia.

Monday, March 19, 2007

Be A Responsible Consumer and Choose Cruelty-Free Brands

Below is a very important message from Lynette Lim RSC would like to share with all of you. This is an extract of her letter to RSC. Please take heed to what she is saying. If you are not sure if a company is selling cruelty-free products go to the link she has listed. Just type the name of the company and the answer will be given to you.
Can anything you buy possibly be worth the suffering this poor monkey (above) and cat (below) had to undergo?

"As usual I was doing research on my favorite cause (animal rights, duh!) and I came across some lists of companies that DO test their products on animals and some that DON'T. Now, admittedly a lot of these vegan/organic/cruelty free products and brands are not available in Malaysia but I have found some that are. They are reasonably priced and easily available in any department store or guardian pharmacy. Don't spend your hard-earned money on animal testing. It's cruel and disgusting and it just takes a little effort to go cruelty free. Please refer to the attached lists for specifics. Alternatively, you can click on the following link to get to a website that allows you to search by company and product. You'll find that most cosmetic giants are the worst culprits.

In Malaysia the following cruelty-free brands are easy to find:

Aramis, Aveda, Avon, Bobbi Brown, The Body Shop, Chanel, Clarins, Clinique, Crabtree & Evelyn, Dermalogica, Donna Karan Beauty Company (DKNY), Estee Lauder, Eucerin, Hello Kitty, Paul Mitchell, La Mer, La Prairie, M.A.C. Cosmetics, Murad, The Natural Source, Neutrogena, Nivea, Nu Skin, O.P.I., Origins, John Paul Mitchell Systems, Revlon, Staedtler, Stila Cosmetics, Ted Baker Fragrance, Tommy Hilfiger, Urban Decay, Victoria's Secret, The Wella Corporation (Sebastian), Alberto Culver VO5, St. Ives, Simple, Stuf. "
--- Courtesy of Lynette Lim


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