Stop the Sale of Animal-Tested Cosmetics

Take action to support federal and state cruelty-free cosmetics bills.

Federal Legislation

The Humane Cosmetics Act, HR 2790, which would require private and governmental entities to end their use of animals to test for the safety of cosmetics, now has 170 co-sponsors. However, it has still not had a hearing before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health. Without this important step, the Humane Cosmetics Act cannot move forward.

Please ask your Representative to demand a hearing on the Humane Cosmetics Act.


State Legislation

Two states are considering bills to end the use of animals in safety tests for cosmetics and other manufactured products.

Please ask your state legislators to support these bills.

Massachusetts, S 459/H 2933           TAKE ACTION

Vermont, S 161                                  TAKE ACTION

Two other states, both of which already have a ban on the use of animal-based safety tests, are working to pass legislation to ban the sale of products in their states that have been tested on animals.

Please ask your state legislators to support these bills.

California, SB 1249                           TAKE ACTION      

New York, A 5945a                           TAKE ACTION 

If your state does not already have a law that prohibits the use of animals for cosmetics testing, please contact your state legislators and ask them to consider introducing a bill next year!



This entry was posted in News on March 8, 2018.
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