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24 April 2012

Go toxin and cruelty free

Many cosmetics are tested on animals and contain toxins, in tiny doses. But we give ourselves, and the environment when we wash cosmetics off, millions of doses over a lifetime.

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Many commercial cosmetics are tested on animals and contain toxins, albeit in tiny doses. But we give ourselves, and the environment when we wash cosmetics off, millions of doses over a lifetime.

It's World Week for Animals in Laboratories, so give them, yourself and the environment a break: access these excellent websites for non-toxic, cruelty-free alternatives:

- Olivia Rose-Innes, EnviroHealth Editor, Health24, April 2012

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