Celebrities say they use L’Oréal because their “worth it”.
But I bet the bunny rabbits at L’Oreal’s laboratories don’t agree.
Animal research at L’Oreal often includes bunnies with deformed eyes from shampoo & eyeliner testing, Bunnies are forced into vice-like mesh cages so sadistic scientists can squirt acidic shampoo into their unblinking eyes. Do they think Jennifer is
How do we decide what is vital testing and what is not? How do we decide whether or not we can justify using animals for research?
I read that there are sophisticated non-animal research methods available , such as in-vitro tests, computer software, databases of tests already done and even human “clinical trial” tests,
tissue cultures and computer models are more accurate than traditional animal-based research methods.
Then why aren’t more companies using these testing methods? Why are we still in the dark ages of torturing animals?
(QUOTE) Products are tested on bunnies by injecting them, putting the chemicals into their eyes, making them eat it, making them breathe it, and making them live in it. An LD50 (lethal dose) limit is determined, that is the amount of product the animal can eat/drink before 50% of them die.
Rabbits are used for eye experiments because they have no tear ducts, therefore the product that is being dropped into their eyes cannot be washed away by tears (known as the draize Test. These tests are performed on household items such as bleach, soaps, deodorants, cleaning supplies, perfumes, makeup, lotions, toothpaste, etc. (UNQUOTE)
Don’t we all know that eating bleach would not be a good idea without sacrificing the well being of thousands of animals to prove it?
How would you like to be a bunny where every day you are forced to drink a known amount of ammonia until 50 people in your group die. Blood tests are given frequently, and possibly other uncomfortable tests. Perhaps a catheter
is inserted to collect and monitor the ammonia levels in your urine. This is only the ingestion part of the research. Other groups are inhaling the fumes or being injected. There isn’t money for pain killers, and that might change
the results of the tests, so it is not used. If you put yourself there, it’s not such a good idea at all.
Is this humane? Are celebrities “worth it?”
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