Put an End to Animal Cruelty
There are many animals suffering today without reason due to a number of companies that are torturing and killing about 200,000 animals every year in order to test out their body care products, such as soaps, shampoos, and other beauty and cosmetics products. These animals, ranging from rats and mice to rabbits and guinea pigs, have things jammed down their throats, poured into their eyes, and smeared on their skin until they’re unnecessarily killed. We say unnecessarily because today, animal testing is simply not needed.
There are currently a multitude of safe ingredients available that cosmetic and body care companies can use which are proven to be safe, where further testing is not needed. Additionally, there are many advanced computerized testing methods that are both cheaper and quicker than animal testing. These virtual models of the heart, lungs, kidneys, skin, skeletal and digestive systems now provide the information and data needed through computerized experiments.
Thankfully, there are now hundreds of companies creating body care, beauty, and cosmetics products that refrain from animal testing. We at Nature Only salute and support them! These companies, who’ve pledged to go cruelty free, have become household names for many homes and they stand as evidence that animal cruelty is not needed for success. These companies are enjoying faster, cheaper, and more accurate results with the advanced and developed computerized testing while refraining from the unnecessary practice of poisoning and blinding innocent animals.
If you would like to support this shift toward cruelty fee cosmetics, we ask that you look into these awesome companies who refrain from animal testing and support them. Make the transition by replacing the products you buy and use now that engage in animal testing into their cruelty-free alternatives! Here at Nature Only, we pride ourselves on making sure to only include ingredients of the highest quality which have not been tested on animals. We harmonize nature and science instead of using them against each other.