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Gillette used no animals for cosmetic safety validations in 1994 -- company report.

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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GILLETTE 1994 COSMETICS SAFETY VALIDATION "MILESTONE": NO ANIMALS were used in validation tests for the 12-month period ending Sept. 30, 1994, according to the company's "1994 Report on Research with Laboratory Animals." Safety testing for cosmetic ingredients and finished cosmetic products in 1994 represented a "significant milestone" for Gillette, the company said. "In a year that marked the introduction of five new cosmetic and toiletry products," the report points out, "no research animal tests were used to validate the safety of Gillette cosmetic products." New product formulations introduced in 1994 include Soft & Dri, Dry Idea and Natrelt deodorants/antiperspirants; White Rain Exotics hair care; and a Jafra AHA skin care product.
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