Under a lot of pressure of many animal right organizations outside and inside China, finally a controversial animal test requirement is PARTLY being removed. Of course we hope this signals an end to a practice of senseless brutal animal cruelty widely fought against elsewhere in the world.
The Chinese FDA stops requiring animal tests on shampoos and skin-care products and let manufacturers who still want to do testing look for alternative methods using data on ingredient toxicology or tissue culture to conduct risk assessments…. Well this is exactly what we at Paul Penders Company do not get. Why not use time-tested ingredients and willing PEOPLE to test these ingredients? Would that not give results that are most direct and by any means is a more humane system? Also my question here is: Why brutally using an animal for skincare tests for people? Is a rabbit skin the same as human skin?
Again a dose of true hypocrisy
China has a fast-growing market in cosmetics
To me an improvement, China is a long way from ending animal tests.
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