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Phyrra in the Humane Society #BeCrueltyFree Video!

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Phyrra in the Humane Society #BeCrueltyFree Video!

I’m really excited to share this video with you. Jen, Tashina and several other beauty bloggers from around the world teamed up with The Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society International to make this video in honor of #BeCrueltyFree week!

We want everyone to know: Animal testing is NOT necessary and needs to stop! You can be bold, wild or mild, all  without hurting bunnies!

Please give this video a thumbs up on YouTube and share it on social media. You can share it on your YouTube channel, pin it on Pinterest, share it on Facebook, Tweet on Twitter or even embed it on your own blog.

When sharing, please use the hashtag #BeCrueltyFree and you can follow/tag @HSIGlobal & @HumaneSociety on Twitter.

I was not paid to be in this video. I chose to do it because cruelty free beauty is very important to me.

To check to see if your favorite brands are cruelty free, please see my cruelty free beauty list. You can also check out my international brands list.

As a reminder the Humane Cosmetics Act H.R. 4148 has been introduced as a federal bill. Representative Jim Moran (D-VA) has introduced this bill to ban animal testing for cosmetics. The Humane Cosmetics Act would ban animal testing for cosmetics after a 1 year phase in and follow with a 3 year phase in for a ban on the sale of any animal tested cosmetics.

The Humane Cosmetics Act, H.R. 4148, would:

  • Make it unlawful for anyone to conduct or commission cosmetic animal testing in the U.S.
  • Prohibit selling, offering for sale or transporting any cosmetics in interstate commerce if the final product or any component was developed or manufactured using animal testing.

This bill is endorsed by The Humane Society of the United States, Humane Society Legislative Fund and Humane Society International, along with members and stakeholders of the personal care products industry, including LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics, Jack Black, Biao skincare and Aubrey Organics. The bill is also endorsed by Cruelty Free International.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration does not require use of animal testing methods to prove the safety of cosmetics.

Right now, it looks like this bill only has a 4% chance of passing.

Please help take action for those who can’t speak up for themselves:

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