Wendy Higgins is the EU Communications Director for animal protection charity Humane Society International
11 March 2013 09:03 AM
Pressure from the largest beauty market in the world may be the only way to get international cosmetics industry to modernise.
31 July 2012 12:00 AM
Animal testing is the beauty industry’s well-kept ugly secret. Many consumers still shop under the assumption that cosmetics animal suffering is a thing of the past. The truth, however, is altogether harder to swallow - thousands of animals are still used to test cosmetic chemicals.
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