Vegetarianism

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Postby Joss1991 » Fri Nov 24, 2006 7:57 pm

[quote="Katielauren2001"Also what I hate is products being tested on animals.How can companies live with themselves for testing their lipstick on an animal? Or any make-up product ect




body shops good for products that arent tested on animals as well. Im not sure on testing on animals for medicion , however i think if they do they should be carefull not to test of more then they need to. However i dont understand how people justifty testing on animals for thing like make up , and even worse for things that are pointless. Im trying harder on not buying products that arent tested on animals . Although its kinda hard as i have bad acne and im yet to find a product thats good on my skin and doesnt test on animals.
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Postby Katielauren2001 » Fri Dec 22, 2006 12:39 pm

[/quote] body shops good for products that arent tested on animals as well. Im not sure on testing on animals for medicion , however i think if they do they should be carefull not to test of more then they need to. However i dont understand how people justifty testing on animals for thing like make up , and even worse for things that are pointless. Im trying harder on not buying products that arent tested on animals . Although its kinda hard as i have bad acne and im yet to find a product thats good on my skin and doesnt test on animals.[/quote]

Yes It is quite hard when you have skin problems,acne or spots to get a vegan product.You either have to spend hours in a shop squinting at the back of the package looking for the 'This Product Is Not Used On Animals'
sign or scouring on the computer for a decent and dependable brand that doesn't test on animals.Thank goodness we have the likes of Lush,Body Shop and Virgin Vie to be our beauty goddesses without testing on animals!
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Postby Thirteen-thirty-seven » Sat Dec 23, 2006 7:14 pm

http://www.leapingbunny.org/

This site has a list of places all over the world where you can by products that haven't been tested on animals.
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Postby greggy » Sun Dec 24, 2006 3:45 am

i myself do eat meat but can see why many dont.

however i think we should be careful not to drive animals to extinction

slightly off topic but this website was created by a reletive of mine and is a fun explanation of extinction although it is still in the making www.rockfordsrockopera.com
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But it also heightens my awareness :)
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