Makeup companies should not be granted permission to test on animals. Cosmetic companies continue to test makeup on many different animals all over the world. Although cosmetic testing is banned in a few countries, most major countries continue to test products on animals. There are much more beneficial ways to ensure that makeup products are safe to use. Makeup companies waste time and money into animal testing.
According to www.dosomething.org, animal testing is cruel and inhumane. As reported by the Humane Society International, animals in subjects are commonly subjected to force feeding, force inhalation, food and water deprivation, prolonged periods of physical restraint, the infliction of burns and other wounds to study the healing process, the infliction of pain to study its effects and remedies, killing by carbon dioxide asphyxiation, neck-breaking, decapitation, or other means. More than 100 million animals each year have to deal with this cruel and unusual punishment. What if you were the one going through all of these tests and punishments. There are many pros and cons of animal testing.
Discursive Essay (1st Draft) – Kevin Cho I have detested animal testing ever since I watched a document showing orangutan tortured to death during the animal testing. I was physically and mentally sick when I looked into its eyes. Now, while you are reading this essay, perhaps holding a scrumptious apple pie in your hand, hundreds of, thousands of feeble animals are dying by inhumane animal tests. The essay, 'Animal testing and its gifts to humans' by Frankie L. Trull is filled with untrue facts and incorrect ideas, which I have responded to in this essay. Torturing millions of animals to death just for human: Is this the right thing to do?
We need to refocus and adapt new methodologies for use in humans to understand disease biology in humans” said by Dr. Elias Zerhouni, former director of the National Institutes of Health (8 Expert Quotes Admitting That Testing on Animals Is Unreliable, page 2). According to statistics, an estimated 17 to 22 million animals are used each year in research, education and testing across the world. Of those animals, the majority of them are used right here in the United States alone. “According to studies
Once said by Ricky Gervais, “Warning: Wearing make-up that was tested by torturing a beautiful, innocent creature makes the world an uglier place.” Cosmetic animal testing has been around for close to 80 years due to safety regulations that were implied by government. If these were really safety regulations, wouldn’t someone think that it is not safe to test on animals? Animals are animals whereas humans are humans. Using rats, dogs, or rabbits as testing subjects for mascara, perfume, shampoo, etc. is not humane at all.
Most companies utilize powerless animals as test subjects. While some believe animal testing should be continued, animal testing is inhumane and should be eliminated because animals cannot protect themselves and the results of such testing is often deadly Animal testing is cruel and deadly. As of 2016, 19,500,000 animals are killed due to testing each year. That’s 1,625,000 animals per month that did not have to die; they did die though due to dangerous and unsafe products. Every day about 53,425 animals die from testing unsafe products.
As I previously stated, 25 out of 28 schools offer alternatives for most or all of their “unethical” courses. In addition, 100% of schools have prohibited the use of terminal labs altogether. These are labs where they allow the animals to die after the surgeries performed in the lab are
Every year, ten to one hundred million animals are tested on. Rats and mice are two-thirds of that total. In addition to that there are 180,000 dogs, 55,000 cats, 500,000 rabbits, a similar number of guinea pigs, and 60,000 primates. With these numbers why still test on animals? Animal testing is wrong and needs to stop.
However, even with the supposed “protections” afforded by the AWA and PHS policy, millions of animals continue to suffer and die in unnecessary, inadequately monitored, and counterproductive research. In the end, the minimal protections offered by the AWA and PHS policy provide no real safety or relief to the millions of animals in labs and offer only a false sense of security to the caring public. All it takes is for people to know the facts about animal testing and what truly goes on behind closed doors. If more people understood how it affects the lives of animals, maybe, just maybe their could be a change in the way people think about animal
For decades humans have tested on helpless animals with cosmetics, medicines and other medical supplies such as bandages, cleaning products, candy, and even office supplies. Animal experimentation is a cruel and inhumane act upon creatures who are believed to be fearless and painless. But, on the contrary, others believe that animal testing has become a groundbreaking way of research for numerous diseases. Although many have mixed feelings about animal testing, it is something that we must address and take seriously, realizing that it is a horrible act upon innocent animals. According to the Humane Society International, animals are commonly subjected to force-feeding, forced inhalation, food and water deprivation, and many other pain-inducing and life-threatening situations during such experiments.