08 Feb '17, 2pm

Not So Lush, After All:

Jones has a perverse notion of “beauty” if she believes her company will be “truly beautiful” whilst still selling animal products. Eggs, dairy and honey belong to the animals who produced them and not smeared over a human’s body as a “luxury” cosmetic item. It seems that justice is nothing but a matter of business for Lush; it’s quite profitable to support a campaign against animal testing but when it comes using animals as resources for ingredients, their use, suffering and death – morally indistinguishable from the suffering and death Lush opposes in animal testing – is nothing more than a necessary overhead in order to ensure a healthy bottom line.

Full article: http://www.ecorazzi.com/2017/02/08/not-so-lush-after-all/...

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