In this article we will talk about animal testing for cosmetic products in general, its legal status in various countries and how can companies with a "cruelty free" profile export their products to China avoiding this practice. Animal testing, that is to say the utilization of live animals for scientific purposes, used to be a practice initially confined to medical science, whose achievements would never be possible without it. In the first half of the twentieth century, some accidents with mascara and other unsafe maquillage pushed authorities to create a new institutional framework...
Overview on Regulations on Animal testing for Cosmetics
- 10 Aug 2017
- Giacomo Cirillo
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