Choose compassion over cruelty
Every year, approximately 100,000 to 200,000 animals suffer and die for cosmetics testing alone, around the world.
Rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, rats and mice are used for cosmetics testing. Dogs and monkeys are used to test other types of chemicals.
Pain relief is not provided as it may interfere with the test and at the end of a test, the animals are often killed, normally by asphyxiation, neck-breaking or decapitation.
Animal testing for cosmetics has been banned in New Zealand, but the sale and import of products tested on animals are still allowed. Most big brands in the supermarket are still affiliated with animal testing!
We hope you will make a small donation today to help fund our audacious Cruelty Free NZ campaign, aiming to save many animals from suffering by creating a cruelty-free Aotearoa, New Zealand.