Celebrities and cruelty-free companies support No Cruel Cosmetics campaign
Pussycat Doll Kimberley Wyatt and top model Jodie Kidd, along with British actress Jenny Seagrove and fashion designer Meg Matthews, are among the first celebrities to support the BUAV’s UK arm of the campaign and say NO to cruel cosmetics.
They are joined by BUAV Approved high street giants Marks and Spencer, male grooming brand Bulldog and Kimberley Wyatt’s new make-up range BM Beauty in supporting the campaign. Czech cosmetics company Manufaktura have also signed up to the Svoboda zvirat-led campaign in the Czech Republic.
Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt says, “My make-up range BM Beauty is approved free from animal testing by BUAV proving that there is no need to test beauty products on animals. Don’t delay the ban on selling cruel beauty products in the EU any longer. Say NO to cruel cosmetics.”
Bulldog Co-Founder Simon Duffy says, “At Bulldog, we believe that testing cosmetics and toiletries on animals is cruel and unnecessary, which is why our products carry the Leaping Bunny as independently approved by the BUAV. We urge everybody to sign the BUAV’s petition and say no to cruel cosmetics in Europe.”
Actress Jenny Seagrove says: “Testing toiletries and cosmetics on animals is cruel and unnecessary and must be stopped as soon as possible. Please sign the BUAV’s No Cruel Cosmetics petition calling on the EU to uphold its ban for 2013 on the sales of these cruel products.”
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