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Juice Beauty Says “No” to Chinese Animal Testing

The cosmetics company has stopped selling its products in the Chinese market to avoid animal testing mandates.

Cosmetics company Juice Beauty received the Courage in Commerce Award from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals after it cut retail ties with the Chinese market due to the country’s laws that require animal testing. “PETA is proud to recognize Juice Beauty for ensuring that no animals anywhere in the world are harmed for the company’s fantastic products,” says PETA Senior Vice President Kathy Guillermo. Other companies who have pulled their products from Chinese shelves include Paul Mitchell Systems, Dermalogica, Pangea Organics, and Nature’s Gate, while beauty companies such as NYX, Urban Decay, and San Francisco, report that they never plan to enter the Chinese market for ethical reasons.

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