ANIMAL TESTING UNETHICAL Every year, millions of animals suffer and die in painful tests to determine the safety of cosmetics. products such as eye shadow and soap and many other household chemicals are tested on rabbits, rats, guinea pigs, dogs, and other animals, despite the fact that the test results don’t help prevent or treat human illness or injury, its illegal, and there are many other alternatives. Have you ever really put thought into what you buy? Probably not. Most of the time the consumer is taking the products straight home to use the products on their skin or for their babies skin.buy items thinking that they’re safe, or not thinking about the lives that were ruined while making that product. Well for one, why would companies be allowed to sell products that might be harmful to your health you might ask. Well for one, they don’t tell the consumer thia kind of imfornation cid ibs for one mighthey put some of the side effects in tiny font on the label, and they test on animals. Testing on animals is not only wrong, but it serves no purpose, and it is unethical. Why of skincells as we do? Animal tests aren’t reliable. People and animals are different. A perfect example? Something people use very often – aspirin - is toxic to rats and mice. So, how could we trust anything that’s so called “safe” when tested on animals? The majority of the time animals like mice and rats are used in testing. But, could you believe the next animals are guinea pigs, dogs, cats, rabbits, farm animals and monkeys? It’s crazy that animals that many use as household pets are also the victims of cruel experiments. And asthe need for new treatments and products arise, the use of animals in research increases and so does the testing. According to Rebecca Bennet, each year in the United States, an estimated 70 million animals are blinded, scalded, force fed chemicals, genetically manipulated, or otherwise hurt and killed in the name of science.
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