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One-Step Cruelty-Free Shopping At Every Woman's Fingertips
New York -- Hilaria Baldwin entrepreneur, yoga
instructor, and wife of actor Alec Baldwin, stars on the
cover of PETA's first-ever global Cruelty-Free
Guide to Cosmetics, the most up-to-date resource for customers who want to buy
products that are not tested on animals anywhere in the world. Hilaria unveiled her cover at The Body Shop—a longtime cruelty-free company—in
Rockefeller Center on Wednesday. A broadcast-quality version of Baldwin's
exclusive PETA video interview can be downloaded here.
"Since the 1980s, 'cruelty-free' has
become a mark of distinction for cosmetics
companies," says Hilaria. "But as
these companies head into China, the matter gets complicated because Chinese
law actually requires animal testing. This is why this year's edition of the
Cruelty-Free Guide to Cosmetics is essential
for anyone like me: someone who cares about looking good, but not at the
expense of animals."
PETA has initiated a unique campaign to convince Chinese authorities to
modernize their research methods. The group appealed to the Institute for In
Vitro Sciences (IIVS)
to guide China to create a five-year-plan
to bring its regulations in line with EU standards and funded grants that
allowed IIVS to establish the first Chinese training laboratories for non-animal testing in
conjunction with Beijing Technology and Business University and three other
locations. These behind-the-scenes efforts have started to pay off, with China committing to begin non-animal testing methods within the next five years.
Adds Hilaria, a longtime
PETA supporter, "This is the essential guide for every socially
active, socially aware woman."
Past stars on the cover of PETA's cruelty-free shopping guide include Christy
Turlington, Pamela Anderson, Alicia Silverstone, and RuPaul.
information and to order free copies of the guide,
please visit PETA.org.
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