Take action today to end cosmetics testing on
The Humane Cosmetics Act, legislation that would end—once and for all—cruel
and archaic animal testing for cosmetics in the United States, has been
re-introduced in Congress.
Martha McSally (R-AZ) is sponsoring this long-overdue and much-welcomed
legislation, which would require private and governmental entities in the U.S. to
stop using animals to test for the safety of cosmetics.
The bill would also prohibit the sale in the U.S. of all cosmetics that were developed or manufactured using animals for
A bi-partisan group of more than 25 other Representatives has already signed on
as co-sponsors—but many more are needed to move this bill forward!
Please contact your U.S. Representative
and ask that they co-sponsor the Humane Cosmetics Act.
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It’s time for the U.S. to finally join the community of countries that have
successfully ended the unnecessary practice of cosmetics testing on animals.
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