Animal Testing in Cosmetic Industry and in the Name of Scientific Advancement Are Not Only Inhumane but Also Morally Flawed.

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Animal testing in cosmetic industry and in the name of scientific advancement are not only inhumane but also morally flawed.

The issue that I am really passionate about is animal testing in cosmetic industry. I believed this a very cruel and inhumane to test this harmful factors and products for the benefit of humanity itself. The way that technology is upgraded every day substitutes offer a more humane way to test. One example might be to advertise to the public whether intended or paid in order for laboratories to test their products. Animals can be subject to pain, lack and hardship when inserted into the conditions needed to test them. Cosmetic animal testing is cruel alternative of doing real research and find out what products really nuisances people. There are many cosmetic companies that test on animals, including many major brands. Every day, the cosmetic companies that experiments on animals are subjected to a variety of animals those cruel and inhumane attitudes. Over the years, the number of wins by animal rights campaigns and lots of already tested on animals to stop. In late 1980 and early 1990, there are many leading companies to stop testing cosmetics on animals in response to negative publicity from animal rights groups. Moreover, in recent years the interest in sustainable products both companies eco-friendly and animal’s cosmetics have more burden to stop testing on animals. However, despite interest in cruelty cosmetics for the practice of cosmetic companies that test on animals, there are many cosmetic companies involved in this cases. Top cosmetic companies that test on animals are Maybelline. Maybelline is one of the largest cosmetic companies that test on animals. When it comes to market share, Maybelline has a market share of 7.4% in the world of cosmetics. Not like the other companies that have stopped animal testing over the years, Maybelline has continued to test on animals. Secondly is L'Oreal, the greater share of the world...
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