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Cosmetics Giant Is Latest to Turn Its Back on Lucrative Chinese Market, Where Tests on Animals Are Required
Angeles -- NYX Cosmetics has put compassion ahead of profits by publicly
refusing to sell its products in China, where companies are required to have
their products dripped into rabbits' eyes and force-fed to mice and rats in archaic product tests.
this bold move, PETA is presenting NYX Cosmetics with its Courage in
Los Angeles–based NYX, which sells its products in beauty supply stores and
department stores around the world, joins a growing list of beauty-industry
leaders—including Urban Decay and Paul Mitchell Systems—that have refused to
sell in the Chinese market. In July, Paul Mitchell, whose products have never
been tested on animals anywhere in the world, became the first company to stop
selling in China in order to prevent cruel animal tests.
is a hero for animals and for millions of consumers who want beauty products
that come without a death toll," says PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk.
"NYX's decision helps PETA send a strong message to the Chinese government
and to the beauty industry that poisoning and killing animals for archaic cosmetics tests is never acceptable."
Not all companies are as dedicated to being cruelty-free as NYX
is. Mary Kay, Avon, and Estée Lauder, which were on PETA's list of companies
that don't test on animals for decades, recently began paying for poisoning
tests on animals in order to market their products in China. Consumers can
find out whether a company tests on animals by checking PETA's lists here.
funded in part by PETA are currently working with the Chinese government to
accept non-animal tests for cosmetics ingredients.
more information, please visit PETA.org.
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