XCellR8, a UK-based, GLP-accredited laboratory focused exclusively on animal-free safety and efficacy tests, announces it has secured £100,000 from Unilever and AstraZeneca to develop vegan-friendly testing for new cosmetics and personal care products. The company […]
The Laboratory for Alternative Research (LIALT) was created in 2017 to eliminate the mistreatment, suffering and death of animals used for the toxicological evaluation of all types of products used for human consumption, including chemicals, […]
The retail cosmetics company Lush, whose beauty products are mostly vegan, introduced the Lush Award in 2012 to support non-animal toxicology testing. This year, for the first time in its history, three of the nine […]
Since its foundation in 2012, the Lush Prize has established itself as a globally recognized prize that honors scientists, activists, lobbyists, and young researchers for their outstanding achievements in the field of cruelty-free testing methods.
MSL, one of the UK’s leading Cosmetic Testing and Regulatory houses, has developed the first Preservative Efficacy Test performed on non-animal derived culture media. The Vegan Society has commented that, “VeganSure® marks a major advance […]
Lawmakers in California lawmakers have voted unanimously in favour of a ban of animal tested beauty products. The Senate Bill 1249, called the California Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act, was approved in the State Assembly on 31 […]
People have often voiced their opposition to animal testing and campaigns have been launched from many angles. Recently, however, the campaign leaders of a global anti-animal testing campaign in the cosmetics industry have taken an […]