Years ago, the European Parliament decided to ban all cosmetic products and ingredients tested on animals within the European Union by March 2013. Shamefully, companies like ICI PARIS XL have no intention to act with compassion before this date.
ICI PARIS XL's position on animal testing, stated in a press release that they posted on their website on the 29th of February following animal rights protests, is a standard reply many companies give: we respect and meet the statutory requirements. Ofcourse they would do so, since it wouldn't be wise to state otherwise. What ICI Paris XL fails to mention is why they don't replace their animal tested cosmetics with cruelty-free cosmetics today and instead choose to wait for the European ban to take effect in 2013.
Share this action with your friends
By A Web Design