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Busting Animal Testing Myths and knowing Benefits of Cruelty-free makeup - moonblushcosmetics

Updated on May 18, 2020
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Moonblush range of cosmetics uses ethical ways of manufacturing makeup which is cost-effective and 100% cruelty-free.

Myth 1: Animal Testing follows ethical procedures:

This is a huge myth. Animal Testing is a highly unethical practice and has been slammed by many animal welfare NGOs. Cats, dogs, monkeys and other animals are commonly used for experimentation.

However, you need to understand that these experiments are ruthless.

They are not in their best interests and they are often blinded, tortured, hurt and abused.

Myth 2: Animal Testing is necessary:

Animal testing is necessary is another one of the myths. The scientist community has already identified over 7000 ingredients which have already been deemed as safe to be used in the cosmetic products.

These can be used in variants to create the vegan and cruelty-free make-up you need.

Actual animal testing is not required to discover new ingredients.

Benefits of Cruelty-free makeup:

There are many benefits of going vegan with your makeup apart from knowing that you are making the world a better place to live in.

Benefit 1: You can make a difference:

The moment you choose not to spend your penny on buying animal-tested makeup, the companies who create them will not be getting any more business. The more awareness people have about this, the more they will boycott such brands.

This can actually lead to the companies to stop testing on animals.

Benefit 2: Budget Friendly

Did you know a lot of brands which are cruelty-free are pocket-friendly? You will find that they cost less and thus help you save your hard-earned money.

Benefit 3: Vegan Makeup is safe for you

Animal testing is usually conducted because it is a cheaper option for companies. However, no animal should undergo such torture. Vegan makeup is deemed safe by testing in test tubes, a practice commonly known as in vitro testing.

This ensures the vegan makeup you buy has already been tested and is a safe bet.

Finally remember, no living being needs to undergo any kind of harsh treatment in the name of beauty. Your decision to opt for cruelty-free makeup can save more lives than you can imagine.

© 2020 Holly Edwards


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