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STOP Animal Testing

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Transcript of STOP Animal Testing

Animal Testing for Human Products Needs to STOP! By Cheyann Ficarella Laboratories Helpless
Secluded
Critical tests
Death rate: 50% Human Products - Cosmetics Further Products... Lipstick
Blush
Eyeshadow
Mascara
Nail polish Lotion
Perfume
Body wash
Shampoo+Conditioner
Facial cleanser/moisturizer Animal Testing Continued... Works Cited www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/story/2012/04/07/bc-whale-perfume-substitute.html
www.alure/beauty-trends/blogs/daily-beauty-reporter/2012/10/the-sultry-scent-of-whale-intestines.html
www.toptenz.net/products-in-cosmetics.php
makeup.lovetoknow.com/cosmetic_animal_testing
ca-biomed.org/csbr/faq.php
www.dosomething.org/tipsandtools/11-facts-about-animal-testing#
googlescholar.com
dictionary.com bat feces cochineal beetles Ambergris Sperm Whale


Intestines Cruel
Inhumane
Unnecessary
Worthless Animal Testing STOP
THIS! Sloths aren't even safe! Testing Device Development Teaching "Biomedical" Research "Curiosity Driven" Research 14% 9% 3% 21% 53% am·ber·gris
[am-ber-grees, -gris] noun

an opaque, ash-colored secretion of the sperm whale intestine, usually found floating on the ocean or cast ashore: used in perfumery.
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