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Cosmetics Company Reverses Earlier Decision to Sell Products in China, Where Animal Tests Are Required
Va. — Following discussions with PETA—and after receiving
e-mails from thousands of PETA supporters—top cosmetics company Urban
Decay has canceled previously announced plans to begin marketing its
products in China, where cruel and deadly animal tests are currently required
by the government. For staying true to its slogan—"We don't test on
animals. How could anyone?"—at the cost of potential financial benefit,
Urban Decay has been returned to PETA's list
of cruelty-free cosmetics and will receive the group's Courage in
Decay is a corporate champion in PETA's book for refusing to pay for animals to
be harmed and killed for the sake of overseas profits," says PETA
President Ingrid E. Newkirk. "The company's ethical decision also reveals
the moral decay of other larger companies that have sold animals out for a
market share in China."
and edgy, Urban Decay's cosmetics products—many of which are specially marked
with a purple pawprint to show that they are vegan—have long been a top choice
for consumers who are as fashion-conscious as they are concerned about animal
all companies are as dedicated to being cruelty-free as Urban Decay 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. But ethically minded
companies like Urban Decay may not have long to wait before non-animal tests
are accepted in China: Thanks to PETA-funded scientists, the Chinese government
is now poised to accept its first-ever non-animal test for cosmetics
more information, please visit PETA.org.
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