China saving Animals by Promoting Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Brands

Published By : 04 Oct 2018 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

Fashionistas all around the world believe that there are no ugly women, just some lazy ones. The influence of cosmetics on the life of a woman is such that she is believed to stay indoors without them. The fact that almost around 50,000 animals have to face death on an annual basis because of cosmetic testing, is hardly known or cared about. According to a new law, it is illegal to sell animal-tested cosmetics in Europe regardless of the region where it was tested. The issue of animal cruelty is on rise currently. China, one of the most prominent countries in the cosmetics business field has finally mooted a change in its cosmetics testing policies, thus, paving way for cruelty free brands to enter the cosmetics industry.

The National Institutes for Food and Drug Control (NIFDC) in China has recently issued a statement committing to explore viable alternatives to animal testing. Animal testing practice was very common previously but now things have changed. Products that guarantees no animal harm are more likely to overtake the cosmetics industry in the long run. Animal protection corporations have been closely working with Chinese businessmen for replacing animal testing where almost around 500,000 animals are used in laboratories and other examination settings every year.

Cruelty-Free Claim in Cosmetics to Take Over Market in No Time

A notable progress has been seen in the recent months. The Chinese stakeholders and authorities are looking for means and measures to figure out alternative ways to produce environment-friendly products which are also free from animal testing. This means that only those products in skincare, make up, and fragrances will be legally set out for sale that have not used the pre-approved or tested ingredients. This regulation comes under the Chinese testing laws and also applies on foreign cosmetic brands which choose China as one of the retailors. It may finally be believed that beauty is in making others smile and not just appear fresh with an innocent’s blood in hand.

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