Category: Beauty Without Bunnies
This Halloween, create a SCAREtacular vegan costume for your kids with help from brands that don’t make their cosmetics or accessories with monstrous methods that harm animals.
From making a vegan meal to fishing for trash, compassionate children who want to take action for animals can get started now with these easy, fun ideas from PETA Kids.
One year, 27 countries, and a whopping 1,413,383 signatures to protect rabbits, rats, and others: Find out what’s next for the European citizens’ initiative to end experiments on animals.
Do you take the time to check for animal test–free labels on your children’s personal-care products? With PETA Kids’ free, printable quiz, it can be a fun activity to do together!
The European Commission is trying to gloss over its promises and require tests on animals for cosmetics, but Sir Paul McCartney and PETA entities are taking a stand. Find out how you can join in.
PETA Science Consortium donated equipment to spare rabbits cruel chemical tests. See how PETA is working to end the Draize rabbit eye test!
No matter the law, companies always have the option to choose different ingredients or even decide not to develop products if it means sparing animals’ lives.
TRESemmé is joining Dove, Suave, and other major Unilever brands in going animal test–free! The international hair-care brand worked with PETA to ban all tests on animals worldwide.
Join California Students Opposing Speciesism hubs in pushing for a ban on serving meat, eggs, and dairy as well as on supplying animal-tested products to students, teachers, and staff on UC campuses.
Chemicals are still being applied to live rabbits’ eyes in cruel pesticide experiments, but PETA scientists are challenging the status quo.
This year marks the eighth anniversary of the EU’s precedent-setting bans on cosmetics tests on animals and the sale of animal-tested cosmetics. So, why are animals still being used for new tests?
When cosmetic companies that test on animals tried to find loopholes in India’s importation ban, PETA India jumped into action. Here’s how its push is changing policies and animals’ lives.
2020 may have blown chunks, but PETA gutted animal testing like never before! Relive 20 of our favorite victories from this year that saved millions of animals.
PETA and other compassionate companies have signed an open letter calling on the European Parliament, Commission, and Council to uphold the animal test and marketing bans.
Tests on animals for cosmetics ingredients have been banned in the EU since 2013, but an apparent gross misinterpretation of the law could force manufacturers and regulatory authorities to ignore the ban.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind