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Forget Fur- Is It Time To Stop Wearing Wool?

by animaljusticeproject @ Animal Justice Project

The fur industry has always been at the forefront of mass condemnation, protests outside fur-selling shops all over the world and a particularly popular campaign run by PETA during Fashion Week every year. These are among some of the actions taken against the battle to stop this horrible fashion trend. However, PETA co-founder Ingrid Newkirk explains that their new focus is going to be about shedding light on how abhorrent the wool industry is. Last year, PETA gathered secret footage from sheep-shearing huts in Victoria, Australia that helped to bring about the first convictions of sheep shearers in Australia for cruelty. Many people will often liken sheep shearing to ‘just getting a haircut’, which is more often than not the case when they are sheared for their own comfort. However, when it comes to mass-wool production, this is unfortunately not the case. It has been found that a lot of the shearers are on amphetamines because they have to work at such a speed. The men will punch these innocent animals, smash them on their backs and hit them in the face. We support PETA, that all non-human animals, including sheep, should have equal rights and standing in the world. CLICK HERE to read more.

Disney Testing Immersive Theme Park Infomercials In Some Stores

Disney Testing Immersive Theme Park Infomercials In Some Stores

by Laura Northrup @ Consumerist

The majority of Americans don’t live within driving distance of a Disney theme park, but they do live within driving distance of a mall. That’s why Disney is experimenting with a new store concept in six of its 340 mall stores. A central feature of these stores is a large video screen where aspiring Mouseketeers can watch a live feed …

AMC Dipping Its Toes Into Virtual Waters With Plans For New VR Centers

AMC Dipping Its Toes Into Virtual Waters With Plans For New VR Centers

by Mary Beth Quirk @ Consumerist

While virtual reality gadgets can be entertaining, the fun is usually limited to one person at a time — not counting those who enjoy watching and laughing while you creep around the living room, groping the air). In an attempt to open up virtual reality to more people with new VR multiplexes offering an “immersive” experience. AMC Entertainment announced today …

30 Makeup Brands That Still Test On Animals In 2017

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

These popular brands all still test on animals. Some of them are often mistaken for being cruelty-free, but sadly this is not the case. I’ve included a brief description of each company’s policy to explain why they aren’t cruelty-free. For the majority of these cases, the brands are sold in China, where animal testing is […]

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Beauty In Orbit: The New Space-Themed Vegan Cuts Box

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

I’m here with another installment of the Vegan Cuts Beauty Box, this time with their “Beauty in Orbit” filled with lunar-inspired goodies. The Vegan Cuts Beauty Box is a monthly subscription box filled with 4-7 totally vegan and cruelty-free products. Keep reading for my thoughts on the products included in the July “Beauty in Orbit” […]

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Buying nutrition science: How food industry sponsorship skews research and harms public health

by prundall @ Baby Milk Action

Buying nutrition science: How food industry sponsorship skews research and harms public health Nutrition seminar  by Marion Nestle Tuesday, 26 September 2017 12:30 – 13:30, WHO HG, GenevaLibrary Meeting Room Join in via WebEx https://who-meeting.webex.com/who-meeting/j.php? http://www.who.int/nutrition/topics/seminar_26Sept2017/en/

BLOG: Does this mean bacon is cannibalism? – Judith Snaith

by animaljusticeproject @ Animal Justice Project

Pig organs being transplanted into humans was an idea that started in the 60’s. Many opposed it due to disease and virus crossover possibilities Some pigs carry Porcine Endogenous Retroviruses (PERVs). Retroviruses are a group of viruses that can cause cancers and immunodeficiency illnesses, including HIV, which affect humans. This means that pig cells are not safe for donation unless they are edited to take out the parts that we don’t want. Researchers in China and the United States have carried out a study where they have been able to remove the genes we wouldn’t want. The death toll for this study is already 37 pigs, with no piglets surviving past four months old. There is the possibility that they are going to start growing human organs inside animals. This would mean less chance of rejection by the human body, but it is still a massive loss for the animals, and brings about the same problems. Doctors already use parts of animals such as heart valves and pancreatic cells in transplant surgery but Animal Justice Project believes we should be focusing on the preventative cures instead! This research has already been done. A healthy lifestyle means healthier lives, and less risk of disease. The diet best shown to prevent and even reverse heart disease is a plant-based one. The same can be said for preventing and curing diabetes. “Pig cells are not safe for donation use unless they are edited”, researchers say. This therefore brings into question why do we ingest it? Have you ever heard the expression “you are what you eat”? Processed meats such as bacon, salami and sausage have been labelled as group 1 carcinogens. Pork, beef and lamb group 2. There is already a great deal of animal suffering due to genes being changed, manipulated and edited. This has led to gross deformities, extremely poor quality of life, and high mortality rates within animal agriculture. Animals bred in poor conditions are prone to disease, which is why the vast majority of antibiotics sold are used for ‘livestock’ today. Factory farming means animals need drugs to stay alive. This gives way though to so-called ‘super bugs’ which pose a serious threat to human and non-human animal life. It seems very unlikely that pigs grown to harvest organs would have more rights or better living standards than those farmed for meat. As I outlined in the article I previously wrote for Animal Justice Project, ‘Outbreak Imminent‘, scientists need only follow the animal agriculture guidelines in place for farm animal welfare. Standards are low, and horrendous. Pigs (and other animals) can’t sign up to be donors. It is not something they can be willingly do. So, shouldn’t your heart tell you that it’s wrong to take their hearts without permission? Maybe… maybe not. Speciesism, the idea that humans have greater moral rights than non-human animals, is something that comes naturally to most people. Most species give preferential treatment to their own. Yet humans have taken it to the next level, we are the only species to breed other species for our personal gain! So even if each pig had her own […]

L'Oreal Does Test On Animals And Is Misleading Us About It

L'Oreal Does Test On Animals And Is Misleading Us About It


Cruelty-Free Kitty

Is L'Oreal cruelty-free? Find out how L'Oreal is lying to their customers about their animal testing policy.

The Guardian Editorial announces officially for the first time, their support for veganism

by animaljusticeproject @ Animal Justice Project

September 2017 The recent article in The Guardian writes about how vegans should be encouraged and not attacked for their choice, that it is ‘high in moral as well as digestive fibre.’ The piece also discusses Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn’s recent announcement that he is ‘going through the process’ of eating more vegan food. Very soon after this his spokesperson, as if fearful of a backlash, issued a statement denying he was vegan. Vegans are often unreasonably mocked as do-gooders or just fussy people. The article explains how unfair this is and that the diet does do the world good, even more so if every vegan could also persuade a friend to adopt the plant-based diet as well. A recent peer-reviewed study from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine found that if the world went vegan then annual greenhouse gas emissions would halve and the new land used every year for each person would near-halve. The article also talks about how many meat products have been linked to cancer, and saturated fat from meat and dairy products can cause heart disease. A study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA predicts that global veganism would lead to 8.1 million fewer deaths per year. It is great to read that a well-respected national news company such as The Guardian are writing so positively on the vegan movement, and helping to spread the message about the plant-based lifestyle. This is a big step for veganism! CLICK HERE to read more.  

L’Oréal to sell Body Shop to Brazil's Natura in €1bn deal

L’Oréal to sell Body Shop to Brazil's Natura in €1bn deal


the Guardian

French parent of ailing ethical retailer in exclusive talks with Aesop owner, with sale expected later this year

Increased Demand For Vegan Products Will See Egg Replacement Market Soar

by animaljusticeproject @ Animal Justice Project

The market for egg substitutes is expected to see a boost between now and 2023, due to the growing numbers of consumers choosing a plant-based diet. People are becoming increasingly aware about the health and ethical issues related to the consumption of eggs. There is a huge amount of scientific evidence that suggests consuming eggs can cause many health issues. For example, the type of choline found in eggs is known today as a leading contributor to atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease , and peripheral artery disease. In addition to this, the concentrated proteins, saturated fat, and dietary cholesterol found in eggs clogs our lymphatic system, intestines and colon. Some egg replacement ingredients can include: soy-based products, starch, yeast extract, and wheat gluten among any others. Banana is also a good replacement for an egg in a recipe, especially for a desert. Some of the banana flavor may come out strong in the dish which can often enhance the recipe. Flax seeds are another great natural replacement as they work as a good binding agent (it is best to use ground flax seeds). Simply combine three tablespoons of water with a single tablespoon of ground flax seed. Let it sit for a bit until it’s thickened, then use it in the recipe. CLICK HERE to learn more.  

L'Oreal is considering selling the Body Shop

L'Oreal is considering selling the Body Shop


The Independent

L’Oréal is considering selling The Body Shop, just over a decade after it bought the ethical cosmetics chain, according to the Financial Times. Citing people familiar with the matter, the paper reported on Wednesday that L’Oréal had hired Lazard to review its options and that a sale was the most probable outcome.

The 8 Best Foundations for Sensitive Skin (Cruelty-Free Options)

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

As someone who almost never uses foundation because of how sensitive my skin is, I can completely relate to the struggle of finding a good foundation for sensitive skin. If I use the wrong product, my face can literally break out in hives! But in the name of science, I’ve tried out many foundations over […]

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L'Oréal, Natura Sign Deal for The Body Shop

L'Oréal, Natura Sign Deal for The Body Shop


TheStreet

The sale is subject to regulatory approval in Brazil and the United States.

Presentation by Andre Menache on behalf of the petitioners

by animaljusticeproject @ Animal Justice Project

Our science advisor, Dr Andre Menache was given the opportunity to present a petition to the European Parliament. The reason for this petition is that the current REACH regulation is failing to protect the health of EU citizens for two main reasons: the continued reliance on animal tests; and not enough collection of human data. HE WRITES: Animal testing is not evidence-based, nor predictive for humans. We listened earlier to information on bisphenol A (BPA). The manufacturers of BPA succeeded in bringing this product to market by choosing the species of animal that suits them best. In the case of BPA, the Sprague-Dawley rat is several thousand times more resistant to the hormonal effects of this endocrine disruptor than the CF1 mouse. The industry has obviously chosen the rat rather than the mouse to get BPA to be accepted by regulatory authorities. A rat cannot predict what will happen in a mouse and, nor what will happen in a human.   BPA is also capable of causing a biological effect on our cells at very low doses (a few parts per trillion). We are still relying on regulatory requirements adopted in 1946 or 1947. These laws requiring animal testing are now 70 years out of date compared to today’s scientific knowledge. It is time to update the laws.   There is also a serious lack of human data collection. Since 2003 we have known of the presence of 300 industrial chemicals in the bodies of the newborn. At present, the REACH list of substances of very high concern (SVHC) amounts to 174. It would have been more logical to launch the list of SVHC at the beginning of the REACH program (in June 2007) using the 300 substances already present in the body of the newborn. We should all be shocked that cancer is now the leading cause of death in children under 14 years in many countries in Europe.   The lack of epidemiological data collection of people exposed to chemicals, particularly of millions of workers employed in various industries, represents a huge waste of a precious resource. Some would consider that this is due to bureaucratic incompetence. Others would call it criminal negligence. I rather agree with the latter, given the importance attributed to epidemiology already in the 1950s and 1960s, which demonstrated the link between smoking and lung cancer in people. Yet those responsible nowadays still focus mainly on animal testing to the detriment of widely available human data collection. The European Commission has finally woken up to launch a bio-monitoring project as part of the Horizon 2020 program, announced in December 2016.   The REACH program in its current format does not work. It must be adapted to the science of the 21st century. We have several powerful technologies such as molecular epidemiology, human PBPK modeling, toxicogenomics, Adverse Outcome Pathway (PDO), and a range of other methods focusing solely on humans. Thank you for your attention  

lookfantastic International

lookfantastic International


lookfantastic International

L'Oreal Paris cosmetics and hair care products have finally arrived at Lookfantastic.com. Shop the collection of makeup, skincare and hair care from L'Oreal Paris.

Feds Accuse Adidas Execs Of Bribing NCAA Basketball Players & Coaches

Feds Accuse Adidas Execs Of Bribing NCAA Basketball Players & Coaches

by Chris Morran @ Consumerist

Basketball coaches at some of the country’s biggest names in college athletics, and executives at one of the biggest names in athletic apparel, now face federal charges involving allegations that schools and student athletes were getting paid to lock players into deals with financial advisers, endorsers, and even tailors. The indictments — against assistant basketball coaches at the University of …

Tinder Has Loads Of Data On You; Says You Shouldn’t Expect It To Remain Secure

Tinder Has Loads Of Data On You; Says You Shouldn’t Expect It To Remain Secure

by Ashlee Kieler @ Consumerist

Human beings say and do a lot of stupid things when trying to connect romantically. Before the internet, there was no record of all the idiotic pick-up lines you used or that others used on you, no permanent file of all the people you randomly dismissed as unattractive (or inexplicably found attractive at the moment). Dating sites like Tinder now …

SUCCESS! Our first gazebo outreach event in Manchester!

by animaljusticeproject @ Animal Justice Project

SUCCESS! Our first gazebo outreach event in Manchester! On Saturday 26th August, Animal Justice Project Northern Coordinator, Hannah organised her first gazebo info stand in the centre of Manchester along with members of Manchester Animal Action and NAWC. Together we handed out hundreds of our new leaflets about animal experiments at Manchester University. For images of the event >> click here We also had delicious vegan cake for people to eat, petitions, badges for sale and briefings on non-animal methods of research. People were shocked to find out about animal research inside Manchester, and we look forward to carrying out more educational outreach in the city centre and on the university campus itself.

Government response to concerns over misleading Aptamil promotion at the Natural History Museum

by admin @ Baby Milk Action

We were contacted last month by people concerned that the Natural History Museum was hosting an event promoting the Aptamil brand of formula. We have now received a response from the government department responsible for the Museum. The event involved…

Will Amazon’s Whole Foods Deal Go the Same Way as L’Oréal and Body Shop?

Will Amazon’s Whole Foods Deal Go the Same Way as L’Oréal and Body Shop?


Observer

There is a genuine risk that this acquisition will muddy the waters for Whole Foods shoppers.

L'Oreal enters 'exclusive' talks to sell The Body Shop

L'Oreal enters 'exclusive' talks to sell The Body Shop


MSN

L'Oreal has entered into "exclusive" talks to sell The Body Shop to Brazilian cosmetics manufacturer Natura Cosmeticos in a deal which could be worth 1 billion euro (£880 million).

Finding beauty in service design

Finding beauty in service design


Designit

Now open for business in Madrid, the new L'Oréal Paris mono-brand store merges service design, digital strategy and interior design to deeply engage customers and set a new tone for the cosmetic giant's retail concept.

WORLD PLANT MILK DAY

by animaljusticeproject @ Animal Justice Project

WORLD PLANT MILK DAY August 22, 2017 Today is World Plant Milk Day! Vegan milks have become increasingly popular and the trend shows no sign of stopping. The rising levels of interest in the market for dairy-alternatives, is spurred mainly by consumers looking to change to a healthier life-style, such as vegan, lactose-free or dairy-free diets. There are many misconceptions about needing dairy milk to sustain good health. However research over the past 20 years has suggested otherwise. For example, it is believed that cows milk is the best or only source of calcium, this is not true. High amounts of calcium can be found in almonds, tofu and leafy vegetables. Around 20% of cows in the UK never see grass for their whole lives, and the others spend most of their lives in sheds due to this cruel industry.

IBFAN-ICDC Launches its 11th Global Monitoring Report

by prundall @ Baby Milk Action

IBFAN-ICDC LEGAL UPDATE January – September 2o17   CLICK HERE Topics highlighted in this issue: IBFAN-ICDC Launches its 11th Global Monitoring Report Reviewing a “Pioneer-Law” which predates the Code in Papua New Guinea Code at the ASEAN Forum Code for Thailand: One…

Some useful new articles about how business works

by prundall @ Baby Milk Action

How Big Business Got Brazil Hooked on Junk Food As growth slows in wealthy countries, Western food companies are aggressively expanding in developing nations, contributing to obesity and health problems. As growth slows in wealthy countries, Western food companies are aggressively…

The Body Shop is getting a new Brazilian owner

The Body Shop is getting a new Brazilian owner


CNNMoney

L'Oreal has sold cosmetics firm The Body Shop to Natura, a Brazilian company.

Study: More Than 40% Of Americans Struggling To Make Ends Meet

Study: More Than 40% Of Americans Struggling To Make Ends Meet

by Ashlee Kieler @ Consumerist

There are no shortage of surveys and studies that have found consumers aren’t doing so great with their finances: from 45% of American’s carrying at least $25,000 in debt to one-in-four families failing to seek medical attention because of financial worries. Now, another survey — this time from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau — found that more than 40% of …

GOP Leadership Says There Will Be No Senate Vote On Latest Obamacare Repeal Bill

GOP Leadership Says There Will Be No Senate Vote On Latest Obamacare Repeal Bill

by Chris Morran @ Consumerist

Facing implacable opposition and a Sept. 30 deadline to pass a bill to repeal and replace large chunks of the Affordable Care Act, the Republican leadership in the Senate has decided not to vote on a measure that seemed destined to come up short of passage. GOP senators made the decision to not vote on the latest repeal legislation, dubbed …

L’Oréal’s potential Body Shop sale: a look behind the headlines

L’Oréal’s potential Body Shop sale: a look behind the headlines


CosmeticsDesign-Europe.com

With the recent announcement from global beauty leader L’Oréal that the company is looking into the sale of its ethical beauty brand, The Body Shop, we take a look at industry analysis behind the headlines.

States Ask Betsy DeVos To Not Drop Protections For Student Loan Borrowers

States Ask Betsy DeVos To Not Drop Protections For Student Loan Borrowers

by Ashlee Kieler @ Consumerist

Earlier this month, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos declared that the Department of Education would no longer work with the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to root out bad players in the student loan servicing arena. While the CFPB fired back, accusing DeVos of misunderstanding just what the Bureau does, a coalition of state attorneys general are now joining …

Alibaba’s Jack Ma Invited to Bid for L’Oreal’s The Body Shop

Alibaba’s Jack Ma Invited to Bid for L’Oreal’s The Body Shop


Investopedia

The L'Oreal-owned ethical cosmetics pioneer has struggled as the number of its competitors rises.

BLOG: Joining up our struggles – Tom Anderson

by animaljusticeproject @ Animal Justice Project

Joining up our struggles: A call to anti-speciesists to join the Stop the Arms Fair week of action this September This September, London will be hosting Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI), the world’s largest arms exhibition. Political and military delegations from all over the world will come to shop for weapons, sold by thousands of arms companies. The UK’s Ministry of Defence (MOD) and the US military, both of whom carry out military tests on animals, as well as causing untold suffering to those that live in the countries that they invade, bomb and occupy, will be participating in the fair. This is a call to anti-speciesist activists to join the Week of Action against the fair, from 4-11th September. A coalition of activists, including anarchists, socialists, trade-unionists, Quakers, Catholic Workers and Buddhists are joining with communities who have been affected by the arms trade to try to obstruct the setting up of the exhibition. Activists will use direct action to prevent tanks, guns and missiles from being delivered to the ExCeL centre in London’s Docklands. They are being joined by environmentalists, who want the government to invest in renewable energy instead of arms, and migrant solidarity campaigners, protesting the militarisation of Europe’s border regime. At the last DSEI, in 2015, anti-speciesists joined their fellow activists in taking action against the fair. The Ministry of Defence uses animals in military testing at its Porton Down facility in Wiltshire. Some of the tests are outlawed by parliament, but the MOD has been given a ‘special exemption’ to do as it pleases. Animal testing at Porton Down is kept secret, but in 2015, Animal Justice Project revealed to British newspaper ‘The Mirror‘ that, over the previous two years, the experiments carried out included pigs being forced to inhale mustard gas, marmoset monkeys being infected with bio-threat diseases, rats being shot in the eyes with plastic bullets, burning mice with lasers and injecting guinea pigs with nerve gas. The MOD is named on the DSEI arms fair’s website as a key supporter of DSEI arms fair. MOD staff have, in the past, supplied an administrative team of military officers to support at the fair and provided MOD equipment such as warships to be used during the event. The ministry will, of course, also be sending representatives to the event to shop for weapons. The US Department of Defence (DOD), who will also be doing their shopping at DSEI, abuse animals in cruel military experiments. Each year the DOD, its contractors and companies working for the Department of Homeland Security kill thousands of animals – mainly pigs and goats – as part of trauma training for army medics. The training includes, for example, the shooting of pigs with AK47s and the breaking of goats’ legs. These tests continue, despite evidence that they are ineffective due to the anatomical differences between humans and other animals. The US army and navy also carry out thousands of other animal tests such as mounting sensor array equipment on the heads of seals and forcing rats to swallow toxic chemicals. The US military also uses primates in its studies […]

The Ultimate Guide To Cruelty-Free Nail Polish

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

We’ve reached out to all the nail polish brands to bring you this post. The main thing I’d like to point out is that Essie and OPI, 2 of the most popular nail polish brands, DO test on animals by selling in China. Sally Hansen is another culprit. Regardless, you’ll notice that there are an […]

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Tarte Drench Lip Splash Lipstick Review & Swatches

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

Lipstick is one of those things I just can’t get enough of, so I was super thrilled to try out the vacation-themed Tarte Rainforest of the Sea Drench Lip Splash Lipsticks in several shades! Keep reading for my thoughts and swatches below. At A Glance Brand: Tarte Animal Testing Policy: Cruelty-Free, PETA-certified Parent Company: Kose […]

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Millions Of Credit Card Numbers May Have Been Stolen In Sonic Drive-In Breach

Millions Of Credit Card Numbers May Have Been Stolen In Sonic Drive-In Breach

by Chris Morran @ Consumerist

It’s a day of the week ending in “y,” which can only mean one thing: Another national company’s payment system has been compromised. This time, it’s the Sonic Drive-In fast food chain, where potentially millions of credit card numbers may have been stolen. KrebsOnSecurity.com confirmed the breach with Sonic earlier today, after recently coming across a for-sale stash of …

L’Oreal to Sell Body Shop to Natura Cosmeticos

L’Oreal to Sell Body Shop to Natura Cosmeticos


WSJ

L’Oreal SA said Friday it has entered exclusive talks to sell The Body Shop to Natura Cosméticos SA, after reviewing the strategic options for what has been the French beauty-products company’s worst-performing business in recent years.

The University of Bristol Releases its Animal Experimentation Figures

by animaljusticeproject @ Animal Justice Project

For at least the past four years, the University of Bristol has failed to respond to Freedom of Information requests seeking information about animal experiments taking place there. They claimed they were unable to respond to the question of numbers and types of animals being experimented on as they had “no central system of record keeping”. In 2014, the university stated publicly that it would “implement a centralised system so that data such as that requested is more readily available in 2015”. Bristol University continued to avoid answers with regards to the number of animals, types of animals and nature of animal experiments. Animal Justice Project kept the pressure on. We carried out several creative stunts on and off campus, as well as launched an online petition that was signed by hundreds of concerned people. We have acheived nationwide media coverage and widespread support across social media. In September 2017, finally, the university reveals its figures on animal research! On 5th September 2017, Bristol University finally responded to pressure from our campaign and answered the requests for greater transparency. It can now be revealed that, in 2016 the university used 26,990 animals in research. Animals included mice (13,472), rats (3,462), zebrafish (8,964), bats (323), chickens (190), goats (108), sheep (39), rabbits (124), Xenopus (112), pigs (101), dogs (94) and cats (1). Claire Palmer, Founder of Animal Justice Project states: “Finally, after years of campaigning by organisations such as Animal Justice Project; as well as countless Freedom of Information requests by us and the concerned public, Bristol University has told us what they’d rather you didn’t know – that thousands of rats and mice are used in cruel research within their laboratories, as well as rabbits, pigs and cats. It has been proven time and time again not only that animal research is unethical, but that it doesn’t work. An Ipsos MORI Poll last year revealed that a large percentage of the British public are against animal experiments. Today’s society will not tolerate Bristol University’s treatment of animals and it is time to end it”. This breaking news and statements from Animal Justice Project were featured in The Bristol Post and student newspaper, Epigram. Albums of two stunts we carried out in Bristol: The Light Brigade and Demonstration at Wills Building, Bristol. For a report on animal use in scientific research visit the UK government website: www.gov.uk/government/collections/statistics-of-scientific-procedures-on-living-animals

HiColor Red HiLights Magenta Permanent Creme Hair Color

HiColor Red HiLights Magenta Permanent Creme Hair Color


Sally Beauty Supply

L'Oreal Excellence HiColor Red HiLights Permanent Creme HiLighting for dark hair lifts 3-4 levels with no pre-lightening required.

5 Things Amazon Should Remember As It Becomes Sears Circa 1926

5 Things Amazon Should Remember As It Becomes Sears Circa 1926

by Laura Northrup @ Consumerist

As much as Amazon’s “Everything Store” approach might seem disruptive, particularly as the retailer branches out into supermarkets and physical stores, it’s not that different from what Sears did nearly a century ago as its wildly successful mail-order business transformed into a bricks-and-mortar mega-chain. The question is: Can Amazon keep from making the same mistakes that led to Sears’ fall …

Brazilian firm makes bid for Body Shop

Brazilian firm makes bid for Body Shop


BBC News

L'Oreal starts exclusive talks with Brazilian make-up firm Natura over the sale of the Body Shop.

Alibaba's Jack Ma Invited to Bid For L'Oreal's The Body Shop

Alibaba's Jack Ma Invited to Bid For L'Oreal's The Body Shop


News18

Hong Kong-based Blue Pool Capital has been asked to team up with Investindustrial and Brazil's GP Investments, one of Latin America's largest private equity firms, in making a bid for the British-based cosmetics retailer.

Vegan Cuts June 2017 Beauty Box Review + Contents

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

I am excited to share the next installment of the Vegan Cuts Beauty Box with you! As I mentioned in my review of the May Box, The Vegan Cuts Beauty Box is a monthly subscription box filled with 4-7 100% vegan and cruelty-free products. The Beauty Box differs from the Vegan Cuts Makeup Box in […]

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Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton Goes Vegan

by animaljusticeproject @ Animal Justice Project

Lewis Hamilton says he is aiming to adopt a vegan diet after watching What the Health. He explains that he wants to adopt the plant base diet for its potential effects on the environment, animal welfare and human health. His main concern comes from his family’s medical history, with heart disease and cancer prevalent among his ancestors. ‘I don’t want in 10 or 20 years to have diabetes or catch any of that stuff,’ he said. ‘The cruelty is horrible and I don’t necessarily want to support that and I want to live a healthier life.’ ‘By letting people who are following me know, maybe that will encourage a couple of people to do the same thing.’ In the last month Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and singer James Arthur have both announced their plans to make the positive change towards a vegan diet. Having another high-level celebrity turn towards a plant based diet is such a positive for the vegan movement. The millions of fans who follow each of these celebrities will therefore be exposed to this important message. Hopefully, if these influential figures continue promoting veganism then many others will follow in their path. CLICK HERE to read more!  

Babies and mothers worldwide failed by lack of investment in breastfeeding

by prundall @ Baby Milk Action

CLICK HERE for UNICEF analysis of Press coverage  JOINT PRESS RELEASE  1 August 2017 New analysis shows an investment of US$4.70 per newborn could generate US$300 billion in economic gains by 2025 GENEVA/NEW YORK, 1 August 2017 – No country in the…

L’Oreal Looking To Sell Off The Body Shop

L’Oreal Looking To Sell Off The Body Shop


Consumerist

Another day, another company looking to pull out of a retail entanglement: This time it’s L’Oreal, which has confirmed reports that it’s looking into selling off The Body Shop chain of stores. In o…

Tobacco industry ploy to get its feet under the table?

by prundall @ Baby Milk Action

Whatever happened to the word ‘independent’? ‘Philip Morris pledges $1bn to stub out tobacco smoking’, Financial Times, Sept 13, 2017. Andrew Jack   https://www.ft.com/content/d9acceae-97d5-11e7-a652-cde3f882dd7b Derek Yach –  ex WHO, ex Senior Vice President,  Global Health and Agriculture Policy at PepsiCo  – ex-Rockefeller – is…

L'Oréal Just Made a Big Move Towards Greener Beauty Products

L'Oréal Just Made a Big Move Towards Greener Beauty Products


InStyle.com

Green beauty fans will approve.

Reviewing Stila’s Infamous “Kitten” Highlighter (With Comparison Swatches)

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

I’ve always wanted to try the ever popular Stila Heaven’s Hue Highlighter in the shade “Kitten”, and I am so happy to be able to try it now that Stila is officially cruelty-free. Plus, its formula contains no animal ingredients and is therefore vegan-friendly! Hooray! At A Glance Brand: Stila Animal Testing Policy: Cruelty-Free, PETA-Certified […]

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Everyday Staples: 10 Cruelty-Free & Vegan Body Washes You’ll Love

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

Here are the 10 best cruelty-free and vegan body washes so you can keep animal testing and animal products out of your shower! These are mostly drugstore products (a few options being budget-friendly) with a couple of luxury items, and many of these are made from natural ingredients. 1. Nubian Heritage Abyssinian Oil & Chia […]

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Amazon commercialises the Baby Boxes idea

by prundall @ Baby Milk Action

The decision of the Scottish government to follow the Nordic practice of giving all new mothers Baby Boxes full of useful unbranded things  (Click Here) is being exploited by  Amazon – who are  commercialising and cashing in on the idea with  Baby Bundles  that…

L'Oreal to Sell The Body Shop to Natura Cosméticos SA

L'Oreal to Sell The Body Shop to Natura Cosméticos SA


Total Retail

Paris-based -L'Oreal SA said Friday it has entered into exclusive talks to sell The Body Shop to Natura Cosméticos SA, after reviewing the strategic options

EU MPS to debate safety on imports from Japan

by prundall @ Baby Milk Action

STOP PRESS: CLICK HERE to hear the debate where MEPs voted in favour of the Resolution below. The Green Group of the European Parliament has proposed a Resolution about  imports of food from Japan following the Fukushima disaster.   The draft Motion…

L’Oreal in talks to sell The Body Shop

L’Oreal in talks to sell The Body Shop


New York Post

L’Oreal is in talks to sell The Body Shop to the largest beauty company in Latin America, Natura Cosmeticos, the companies said on Friday. Brazilian-based Natura offered $1.1 billion for the 40 yea…

Gerard Cosmetics: Animal Testing Policy & Correspondence

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

Gerard Cosmetics started out as a teeth whitening brand which has now expanded to makeup products built on that same premise including their teeth whitening lip glosses. There is a lot of talk of Gerard Cosmetics being “cruelty-free” on social media, but the official Gerard Cosmetics website does not include an animal testing policy, nor […]

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Updates to the List of Cruelty-Free Brands

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

Hello! Here’s our latest cruelty-free update for the past 2 months. There are a LOT of new brands being added to the list of cruelty-free brands. As always, the brands added to the list claimed that they: Don’t test finished products or ingredients on animals. Don’t have suppliers who test on animals. Don’t allow any […]

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Is The Body Shop Cruelty-Free? What About Toms of Maine?

Is The Body Shop Cruelty-Free? What About Toms of Maine?


PETA

Is The Body Shop cruelty-free? The strong no-animal-testing policies of some companies could persuade L'Oréal and Colgate to abandon tests on animals.

Saber Gas Grills Recalled Over Potential Flame Bursts

Saber Gas Grills Recalled Over Potential Flame Bursts

by Mary Beth Quirk @ Consumerist

When you’re cooking with a gas grill, it’s very important to be able to control the flow of the gas — too much, and there may be fiery consequences. That’s why Saber Grills is recalling more than a dozen models of its gas grills that could have a problem regulating gas pressure. Fiery situations In conjunction with the U.S. Consumer …

ongoing WHO Consultations

by prundall @ Baby Milk Action

WHO Consultation on the thirteenth General Programme of Work (GPW13)  Draft concept note towards WHO’s 13th General Programme of Work 2019–2023   English pdf, 653kb  Deadline 13th October The Draft concept note towards WHO’s 13th General Programme of Work 2019–2023 posted on…

L'Oreal finalizes sale of The Body Shop

L'Oreal finalizes sale of The Body Shop


www.newvision.co.ug

L'Oreal said in a statement that it signed the contract after getting the nod of approval from its works council.

US trade deal after Brexit could see milk and baby formula with cancer-causing toxins flood UK market

by prundall @ Baby Milk Action

Click Here US trade deal after Brexit could see milk and baby formula with cancer-causing toxins flood UK market US limits allow up to 20 times more poisonous aflatoxins than the stricter EU regulations Tom Peck  @tompeck   Monday 7 August 2017 00:00…

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